Recent revelations by the former spokesperson of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Talal Silo, who last month defected from the amalgam, will have consequences beyond Syria and most importantly Turkey.
fter the seizure of Mosul in June 2014 by the terrorist organization Deash, the Iraqi Petroleum Ministry announced that a new pipeline will be constructed to the border of Turkey, since the pipelines carrying Kirkuk oil to the port of Ceyhan in the southern Adana province became irreparable.
urkey has not stopped forcing its demands on the US.
Turkey will receive 312 million euros and 200 million dollars.
peaking to France 24 on Monday, Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin made important statements about recent developments concerning Turkey, including NATO’s military exercise, the Reza Zarrab case and relations between Turkey and the US.
hen Turkey sent 40 of its soldiers to participate in the drills at NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger, Norway, what they were to find at the site was what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called an attack on “Turkey and the Turkish nation.
ow did Turkey become the largest country in terms of investments funded by the EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) in 2016? And how has this occurred just seven years after the first investment made in Turkey in 2009? Reflecting on this question will give us the opportunity to understand how the Turkish economy managed to remain resilient and how it continued to grow in recent years despite unwelcoming international economic and financial conditions together with various domestic political events that shook the country through the last four years.
Having a limited number of schools that require advanced attainment is import for Turkey.
"Those Daesh members, who were freed with their weapons, will be able to cause the killing of innocent people, notably in Turkey, Europe and America," he said.
or the first time Turkish government has openly reflected on why the current prolonged tension continue to disturb the two longtime allies: Turkey and the US.
n a strategic move, Turkey signed a letter of intent with France and Italy to develop its national missile defense systems – fending off the assumptions that Turkey was moving away from its NATO alliance after signing an agreement with Russia in September to buy S-400 surface-to air missiles.
peaking at the Turkish Export Week event in Istanbul on Friday, Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek announced that Turkey and the EU will discuss economic relations in a high-level meeting this December.
ccording to Russia’s official TASS news agency, Russia’s state-run defense company Rostec CEO Sergey Chemezov stated that “The cost of the S-400 deal with Turkey is worth more than $2 billion.