Foreign Ministry

Turkish authorities refute claims that foreign tourists suffer due to ‘e-visa’ system

The Foreign Ministry has refuted media reports suggesting that thousands of foreign tourists had not been allowed to enter Turkey with e-visas at Dalaman Airport and Milas-Bodrum Airport, and that some of them had even been sent back to their home countries.

Turkey asks for satisfactory explanation from Germany over wiretapping reports

Any accuracy in reports that Germany has been spying on NATO ally Turkey are “worrying” and would pose “a grave situation” to the relationship between the two nations, the Foreign Ministry said in a strongly-worded statement released Aug. 18.

Dacic meets UN coordinator

BELGRADE - Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic met on Thursday with UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia Irena Vojackova-Sollorano to discuss cooperation with the UN following the Donor Conference in Brussels.

Greece mulls compensation for farmers hurt by Russian embargo

Greek farmers are likely to be compensated for any losses they suffer as a result of a Russian embargo on imports from the European Union, the government has indicated.

“Greek producers will have the state’s full support,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement late on Saturday as it sought to play down the impact of the temporary ban by Russian authorities.