Latest News from Turkey

Pavilion of Turkey to present 'We, elsewhere' in Venice

"We, Elsewhere," a new work by İnci Eviner, will be presented in Turkey's pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia to be held from May 11 to Nov. 24. 

Turkish police detain Greek national at border

A Greek national who illegally crossed into Turkey was detained on Feb. 12 in a restricted military area on the border with Greece, according to police sources.

Datça promoted with new slogan promising peace, tranquility

Datça isn't a place for hasty travelers, as a new slogan to promote the resort town in Turkey's Aegean region promises tranquility and a stay that will give you a peace of mind. "If you are in a hurry, what are you doing in Datça?" its new slogan says. 

Turkey, Serbia should target $2 bln trade volume: Minister

Turkey and Serbia should aim to increase their bilateral trade volume to $2 billion in the near future, Turkish Minister of Youth and Sports Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu said on Feb. 12.

Apostolakis, Akar to discuss confidence-building measures

The defense ministers of Greece and Turkey meet Wednesday in the context of NATO's ministerial summit in Brussels tasked with finding practical ways to reduce tensions between the two neighbors.

Poor 2018 for Bulgarian Exports, Close to BGN 8 Billion Negative Balance

In 2018 Bulgaria were exported goods worth BGN 55 275.7 million, which is 1.2% more than in the previous year. In December alone, total exports amounted to BGN 4 154.7 million and decreased by 2.4% compared to the same month of the previous year, preliminary data from the National Statistical Institute show.

Cold and Dry Weather in Bulgaria until February 20th

Colder, but relatively dry weather awaits us in the next ten days. At least until February 20th, temperatures will stay around the usual for this period of the year - the daily to 4, 7 degrees, and the morning - below zero in many places, reports Darik.