Politics of Turkey

British state minister due in Turkey for 3-day visit

A U.K. minister from Foreign Office is set to pay a three-day visit to Turkey, an official statement said on June 26.

Wendy Morton, U.K. minister for European Neighborhood and the Americas, "will be visiting Ankara and Hatay which hosts the UN cross-border aid operations to Syria" on June 27-29, according to the statement issued by the Turkish Foreign Ministry.

Turkey observes closely as EU leaders meet at summit

Ankara started watching when European Union leaders came together today and tomorrow in Brussels with a heavy agenda.

The leaders' summit is expected to be discussing various issues, including restoring free movement and travel, the progress in the bloc's jointly funded stimulus package and how to move forward on international corporate taxation and the bloc's banking union.

Turkey to watch closely as EU leaders meet at summit

Ankara will be closely watching when European Union leaders come together today and tomorrow in Brussels with a heavy agenda.

The leaders' summit will be discussing various issues, including restoring free movement and travel, the progress in the bloc's jointly funded stimulus package and how to move forward on international corporate taxation and the bloc's banking union.

Int'l community 'failed to give good test' on pandemic: Erdoğan

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on June 18 warned against "vaccine nationalism" and use of it for "policy dictation" in interstate relations.

"It is important not to allow vaccine nationalism. It is wrong to use it as a tool of blackmail, pressure, and policy dictation," Erdoğan said addressing to the opening ceremony of the Antalya Diplomacy Forum.

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