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Turkish-Egyptian relations can progress gradually: Egyptian FM

Based on mutual respect, relations between Turkey and Egypt will progress gradually, said Egypt's foreign minister late on June 12. 

Speaking to Egypt's Sada El-Balad TV, Samih Shukri said relations with Turkey are being addressed on the basis of "non-interference in internal affairs, mutual respect and interest."

Bulgarian MEP Radan Kanev: Mobile Workers’ Rights Are Underprotected

A key right of European citizens is to work in each Member State, but the right of small businesses to work across borders and offer their services in the EU must be seen as something positive, not as a brain candy for sly political populists trying to present them in a negative light," said Democratic Bulgaria MEP Radan Kanev at an online briefing on the EP resolution on labour mobility in the

G7 Leaders Hold First In-Person Meeting in Two Years

Leaders of the Group of Major Industrialized Nations (G7) are meeting on Friday for a summit that is overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic, dpa reported. On the first day, leaders are due to discuss recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, focusing on questions such as Covid-19 vaccine donations and financial aid to build vaccine production sites around the world.

Envoys expect good performances from their countries in EURO 2020

Foreign envoys in Turkey expect good performances from their national teams in EURO 2020, which is set to begin on June 11.

Ambassadors of nations participating in the tournament came together for the 2020 European Football Championship Media Day at the Turkish Sports Writers Association's (TSYD) Ankara chapter.

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