Allies should encourage Sweden, Finland to meet Turkey’s security needs: FM

NATO allies should encourage Finland and Sweden to take concrete steps regarding Turkey's concerns about the "support given to terror groups," Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on May 27.

The minister reminded that Turkey's opposition to Finland and Sweden's NATO bid is due to their "support to terrorist organizations."

Germany to loan back 23 looted museum pieces to Namibia

A Berlin museum will tomorrow send 23 ancient pieces of jewelry, tools and objects back to Namibia, a former German colony, on indefinite loan as part of a project to encourage rapprochement between the two nations.

The artifacts will be handed over to the National Museum of Namibia and made available to local artists and academics for research, Berlin's Ethnological Museum said.

EPP Sec. Gen:”Greece can become an excellent energy gateway”

The Secretary General of the European People's Party (EPP), Antonio Lopez, said in an interview with "NEA" newspaper that he agrees with the initiative of the Greek government to take unilateral measures to alleviate citizens' energy costs in the absence of a coordinated European framework. Mr. Lopez visited Athens and spoke at the New Democracy Congress.

French Institute offers University Courses for Ukrainians in Bulgaria

Within the framework of the AUF Special Ukraine Plan, and more specifically with a view to reintegration, ESFAM (Etablissement Spécialisé de la Francophonie pour l'Administration et le Management) in Sofia (Bulgaria) offers 50 places to Ukrainian refugees in a university course.