Türkiye's Foreign Ministry

Türkiye deplores Israeli attack on Gaza refugee camp

Türkiye has condemned an Israeli attack on a Gaza refugee camp that reportedly resulted in the deaths of 210 Palestinians and left hundreds more wounded, according to Hamas-run media.

"We deplore the Israeli attack on the Nuseirat refugee camp in Gaza, which has killed hundreds of Palestinian civilians," Türkiye's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on June 9.

Vice president, foreign minister to attend Raisi's funeral

Vice President Cevdet Yılmaz and Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan will travel to Iran to attend a funeral ceremony following the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and other officials in a helicopter crash.

The delegation will be in Iran on May 22 to pay their respects, Türkiye's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Türkiye rejects Chilean resolution on 1915 events

Türkiye's Foreign Ministry has dismissed a resolution adopted by the Chamber of Deputies of Chile, the lower house of the country's bicameral congress, which recognized the 1915 events concerning Armenians as a "genocide" as null and void.

"Parliaments have no authority to interpret or pass judgment on history," the ministry said in a statement issued on April 25.

Presidential decree restructures Foreign Ministry

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has signed a presidential decree bringing significant structural changes to Türkiye's Foreign Ministry, aiming to enhance specialization.

The decree, published in the country's official gazette on April 6, outlines key alterations including the establishment of new general directorates and the reorganization of existing units.

Türkiye hails Azerbaijan, Armenia normalization efforts

Türkiye has hailed a deal between arch-foes Armenia and Azerbaijan to swap prisoners of war and work toward normalizing ties torn by decades of strife over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Azerbaijan reclaimed the long-disputed enclave after a lightning offensive against Armenian separatists in September.

Ankara rejects Israeli accusations amid verbal spat

Türkiye's Foreign Ministry has rebuffed recent statements from Israeli authorities regarding President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's comments on their administration's treatment of Palestinians.

The Turkish government dismissed the Israeli leaders' right to discuss laws, pointing to what they termed as "unprecedented massacres and oppression" of Palestinians.