International relations

Ankara: Turkey Will Continue its Offensive in Syria with or without World's Support

Turkey pledges to continue its offensive in Syria and condemn the "dirty deal" between President Bashar al-Assad's regime and Kurdish forces following the withdrawal of US forces from Northern Syria, Prof. Fahrettin Altun, Director of Communications at the Turkish presidency, said.

New opportunities for integration and cooperation: Op-ed

It gives me a great pleasure to congratulate the participants of the 7th Summit of the Turkic Council, the public of the Turkic world with the significant date - the 10th anniversary of adoption of the Nakhchivan Agreement on the Establishment of the Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States.

Boris Johnson: London Does not Support Turkish Operation in Syria

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that London cannot support Turkey's military operation  "Peace Spring" in Syria by offering him assistance in peace talks, TASS reported. This was announced by a spokesman for the British prime minister after a telephone conversation between Johnson and Erdogan.

Greece condemns Turkish offensive in Syria, warns of humanitarian impact

Greece has condemned Turkey's unilateral offensive in northeastern Syria, calling it a "direct violation of international law," while warning that the operation could have serious humanitarian consequences.
In a statement on Thursday, the Foreign Ministry urged Turkey to halt its military operation, echoing the European Union position expressed on Wednesday.

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