EU Agrees Sanctions on Turkey


Council adopted a framework for restrictive measures in response to Turkey’s unauthorised drilling activities in the Eastern Mediterranean. The framework will make it possible to sanction individuals or entities responsible

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Forest Fires in the European Countries & Turkey: The worst fire season


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Avrupa Birliği : Dağ fare doğurdu…


The EU recalls that it will not provide stabilisation or development assistance in areas where the rights of local populations are ignored or violated. The EU remains engaged in its efforts towards effectively addressing the serious humanitarian and refugee crisis in light of evolving needs.

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Kürt Hareketi ve Abdullah Öcalan Demokrat Değildir!.


Çünkü; dediği sadece bizim de politik bir birim olarak örgütlenmemize imkan verin, bizi tanıyın. O zaman korkmanıza gerek yok, bizim ayrılmak gibi bir derdimiz yok demekten ibarettir. Bu demokratik bir program değildir. Çünkü ulusu, politik olanın bir dille, bir tarihle vs. tanımlanmasına karşı tanımlamak gibi bir derdi yoktur.

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AB’den, “vizyoner bir yaklaşım” sergilemesini bekllyoruz


The convening of the Turkey-EU Association Council after an interval of four years is an important step and that Turkey expects the EU to fulfill its obligations based on the international principle that “agreements must be implemented” and display a visionary approach as well.

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Sharm El-Sheikh summit declaration: Investing in Stability


Leaders of the EU and the League of Arab States (LAS) agreed to strengthen their partnership at the first summit ever held between the two regions. They adopted a joint declaration. The summit marked the start of a new dialogue between the EU and the LAS. Leaders committed to hold EU-LAS summits regularly, with the next summit set to take place in Brussels in 2022. Read the Summit Declaration; Syria, Libya, Yemen, Israel et…

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EU – League of Arab States Summit : Leaders from both sides will seek to strengthen Arab-European ties.


The Arab League was founded in 1945, has 22 members and four observer members: Europeans and Arabs have a long and rich history of cultural, economic, commercial and political exchanges. Brazil, Eritrea, India and Venezuela. Turkey and Iran have also both expressed their desire to join as observers, but their requests were delayed due to political problems with other Arab states, especially Iraq, Egypt and Syria.. [English] [Türkçe]

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