U.S. administration

US warning: Biden is considering all options, including a possible military response?

U.S. administration officials have announced that they will strengthen the resistance and intensify the pressure on cyber attackers, whether it is about companies or enemies from abroad.
They also warned that U.S. President Joseph Biden was considering all options, including a military response.

Turkey blasts US parole ruling for diplomat's killer

Turkey on March 11 "strongly condemned" a U.S. court's decision to release on parole an Armenian national who assassinated a Turkish diplomat in Los Angeles in 1982.
The Los Angeles County Superior Court recently ruled in favor of the release of Hampig Sassounian. California Governor Gavin Newsom has said he will not appeal against the decision. 

Turkey seeks its legal rights for F-35s together with US companies: Defense body head

Following Turkey's suspension from the F-35 fighter jet program by the United States, Ankara is aiming to seek its legal rights in cooperation with the American firms that incurred losses or suffered an additional burden in the project's production phase, the head of Turkey's top defense procurement and development body said on March 11.

Erdoğan, Rouhani discuss relations over phone

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke to his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani over phone, the country's Directorate of Communications said on Feb. 21.

The two leaders discussed steps to improve Turkey-Iran cooperation in economy, transportation, security, and other areas.

Erdoğan also reiterated the will to boost Turkey-Iran relations.