Foreign Affairs Council & Eurogroup : Conclusions


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“Emir Kır Saga”sı…


Belçika’da “Emir Kır Hesapl

aşması” Sosyalist Partiden İhracı ile Noktalandı.

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Does European confidence in Turkish economy increase?


EBRD is looking to increase its investment in Turkey in 2020 as the economy is set to rebound.EBRD provides high investment volume for Turkish economy in challenging 2019 Bank looks to step up financing as Turkey’s economy is returning to growth EBRD’s €6.7 billion Turkey portfolio the largest among 38 economies where the Bank invests

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Şimdi biz neredeyiz ve kimiz?


Tek bir Anadolu vardı – Միայն մեկ Անատոլիա կար –
Il n’y avait qu’une seule Anatolie –
ինչ եղավ այնտեղ

Akşam oldu hüzünlendim ve daldım geçmişe…

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TURKEY – EU : Libya, Cyprus, Middle East, Syria & Bilateral Issiues…


President Michel and President Erdoğan had an open and useful dialogue on the relations between the EU and Turkey. It is important for both to cooperate on issues where they have shared interests but also to openly address those that divide them. The presidents had a discussion on how the EU and Turkey can work together to de-escalate the situation in the Middle East and in Libya. They also addressed the EU-Turkey relationship.

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First highest-level visit to Turkey by the new administration of the European Union.[T.C.C.B]

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Extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council: Conclusions


The Council discussed recent developments in Libya, including the military escalation around Tripoli and, in the margins of the meeting, had the opportunity to be briefed by the UN Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Ghassan Salamé.

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EU: The Extraordinary Meeting of the Foreign Affairs Ministers: Libya & Iraq


The Council will then have an exchange of views on recent events in Iraq, focusing on ways to deescalate tensions in the region. FAC will start with a discussion on current affairs, with a focus on recent developments in Libya, including a military escalation around Tripoli. Ministers will also have an opportunity to be briefed by the Secretary General of NATO

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