Menu

Facebook Twitter Google Plus Youtube RSS

Turkey

Syrian Refugees in Turkey to be Granted Work Permits

  • Published in Turkey


Speaking at a press briefing after a council of ministers meeting on Monday, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş reassured both Syrian refugees and worried Turkish citizens that the new 'work package' would prevent the victimization of both sides.

Read more...

Turkish Health Services Reach Landlocked Nakhchivan To Save 55-Year Old Woman

  • Published in Turkey


Turkish health officials on Sunday sent medical teams in response to a request by Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, where a 55-year old woman in critical condition needed urgent medical assistance and was transferred to Turkey with an extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machine. The move adds to the range of improvements in providing urgent health services in remote areas, which are now accessed with helicopter ambulances, armored ambulances and many other vehicles able to defy unfavorable weather and geographic conditions.

Read more...

Davutoğlu Takes ‘Bow And Arrow’ Break At AK Party Retreat

  • Published in Turkey


Prime minister and the chairman of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), Ahmet Davutoğlu shot arrows on Sunday during a break at the party's 24th Advisory and Assessment camp.
The retreat, held at a hotel in the western city of Afyonkarahisar from Jan. 8-10, was attended by all AK party deputies as well as ministers and members of the Central Executive Board (MYK) and the Central Decision and Administrative Board (MKYK). The advisory and assessment camp aimed to develop strategies for the new governing period.

Davutoğlu takes ‘bow and arrow’ break at AK Party retreat

In the meantime, Davutoğlu participated in an activity organized by the Archery Association at the hotel as the prime minister informed himself about the sport.

Afterwards, the prime minister put on archery clothing and protective gear, and shot arrows.

Read more...

S. Eastern Municipalities Use Funds To Aid PKK Instead Of Building Infrastructures: PM Davutoğlu

  • Published in Turkey


Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said on Sunday that municipalities in southeastern Turkey are using funds to help the PKK terrorist organization, instead of building infrastructure in the region. PM Davutoğlu made the comments during a closing speech of the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party's 24th Advisory and Assessment camp held at a hotel in the western city of Afyonkarahisar.

Read more...
Subscribe to this RSS feed

Sections

More News

About Us

Follow Us

Newsletter