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EU, Turkey to work together on climate crisis

The European Commission's executive vice president for the European Green Deal and Turkish minister of environment and urbanization on Sept. 16 held the first EU-Turkey high-level dialogue on climate change.

The officials discussed the necessary steps to fight the devastating effects of climate change and to significantly cut emissions by 2050.

Erdoğan says no decision yet on Taliban request for Turkish help at airport


Senior representatives from the Turkish Embassy in Kabul and Taliban held a lengthy meeting to establish "healthy" relations and exchange mutual expectations, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said, informing that Turkey has not yet decided on the Taliban's request asking for help for technical support to run the international airport in Afghanistan's capital.

No details yet regarding Erdogan's visit to Montenegro

It is still unknown who he will meet.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs unofficially told Podgorica's Vijesti that they do not have any details yet. Ahead of the visit of the Turkish president to Montenegro, the reis of the Islamic Community, Rifat Fejzi, says that it is expected that the state will benefit economically from that visit and strengthen cooperation with Turkey.

World extends condolences over deadly floods in Turkey

Turkey on Aug. 13 received condolence messages from around the world because of deadly floods in the Black Sea region that have claimed dozens of lives. 


Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov extended his condolences to his Turkish counterpart, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, for the natural disaster, according to the Presidential Press Center.

Turkey takes additional measures on Iran border against Afghan refugees

Turkey has taken additional measures on its border with Iran in the face of the increasing number of Afghan nationals who are fleeing the Taliban, the defense minister has said, assuring that the Turkish authorities are exerting great efforts for the border security of the country.