Turkish President says construction of 56,323 houses in the quake-hit region has already started, adding that Türkiye is planning to build 319,000 houses in one year.
Ankara expects French authorities to not give credit to efforts that provide legitimacy to PKK's Syria extensions, say Turkish diplomatic sources.
The historical city is one of Türkiye’s most breathtaking spots with its numerous historical monuments and natural splendour.
The helicopters, which carried several PKK terrorists, are said to have been bought by the Talabanis' PUK party with the help of Washington during the Iraq war.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said a total of 650,000 houses will be built in the country's south, where twin earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 affected more than 13.5 million people.
Turkish presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin says that the door is not closed to Stockholm now, but how the process will progress, its pace, and when it will be completed depends on Sweden's steps.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias says the rapprochement in bilateral ties follows a new level of cooperation between Athens and Ankara after the recent disasters in both countries.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also thanked his Russian counterpart for his "positive attitude" in extending the Black Sea grain deal, which is crucial in maintaining stability in food prices.
Turkish Foreign Ministry urges Danish authorities to take action against perpetrators of "hate crime".
Report prepared by US State Department on Türkiye's human rights practices is "completely devoid of objectivity and cannot be taken seriously," says Foreign Ministry.
Türkiye elects the president through a two-round system while Members of Parliament are elected through a proportional representation system.
Introduced last year, the law allows political parties to create alliances like the People’s Alliance and Nation Alliance.
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