support for the PYD/PKK, Cavusoglu urged the Trump administration to fulfill its promises.
recognizes the PKK as a terrorist organization, and amid the attacks that the group has conducted in Turkey, the Trump administration continues to support the Syrian offshoot of the group, the PYD and the SDF.
While the PKK is acknowledged and accepted as a terrorist organization by not only Turkey, the EU and the United States, the Trump administration (and previous U.
President Donald Trump on May 14, 2017, before he even became Crown Prince.
President Donald Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, we witnessed the triumph of humanity’s conscience over power in spite of all threats coming from the U.
The international vote came amid multiple threats by the US President Donald Trump to cut aid for those countries that did not support the position of the US.
n response to US President Donald Trump’s “recognition” of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Turkish President Erdogan – also acting as the Chair of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation – called for members of the OIC to gather in Istanbul.
hile the Muslim world is simmering with the recent announcement of President Trump concerning Jerusalem being the capital of Israel, Arab Gulf states have reportedly been directing their citizens not to participate in any activities with regard to Jerusalem.
Criticizing US move on Jerusalem Amid the rising fury throughout the Muslim world, Erdogan and Putin also spoke against US president Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
It is unlikely that Turkey will manage to terminate this case, which they consider as interference to their sovereignty, by pressuring the Trump management since they are already struggling with their own affairs including the Department of Justice investigation and the harsh media criticism that limit their area of work.
Yildirim recalled the US President Donald Trump’s pledge to stop providing weapons to the terrorist group that has complicated security issues for Turkey.
This turn of event was not a surprise for some, as following many unsuccessful meetings with US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Merkel called on newly elected French President Macron to increase military cooperation in order for Europe to “take its fate into its own hands.