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- Kerry requests a two-week delay which Erdoğan refuses to accept 25.04.2013
/ Responding to an initial request by the United States, Prime Minister Erdoğan delayed his trip to Gaza which was originally scheduled for April by two months. However, when U.S. Secretary of State Kerry made a second request for the Gaza trip to be postponed, Erdoğan refused by saying, There have been no developments yet on the Palestine issue.
- "Kerrys diplomacy on Gaza trip was incorrect 23.04.2013
/ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan responded to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's request for him to delay his planned visit to Gaza. Erdoğans response to Kerry: I will be going to Gaza.
- Prime Minister Erdoğan visits Reyhanli 25.05.2013
/ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has gone to Reyhanlı to examine the fallout of the bombing attacks on the border town in Hatay that resulted in the deaths of 51 and injuring dozens of civilians.
- Erdoğan offers assurance: Those who withdraw will not be executed 22.03.2013
/ Recalling the executions which transpired while the PKK tried to withdraw in the past, Prime Minister Erdoğan said, We will not allow for these sorts of executions to happen. Erdoğan says that they plan to ensure the withdrawal of 1,400-1,500 PKK members this year.
- Prime Minister Erdoğan releases latest death toll, vows retaliation 14.05.2013
/ Prime Minister Erdoğan announced the latest death toll from the twin bombings in the town of Reyhanlı in Hatay, which took place on Saturday.
- Turkeys economy grows as EU economies are shrinking 08.04.2013
/ During a speech at the All Industrialists and Businessmen's Association (TÜMSİAD) general assembly on Sunday, Prime Minister Erdoğan announced that Turkeys economy grew by 2.2 percent in 2012.
- Turkeys leaders deliver messages for August 30th Victory Day 30.08.2012
/ Turkeys top members of the state have released a series of messages to ring in the official Victory Day holiday, celebrated every year on August 30th to mark the military victory of the Battle of Dumlupınar, the final battle of Turkeys War of Independence in 1922.
- Our national drink hits global markets
/ With Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğans announcement of the yogurt drink Ayran as being Turkeys national beverage at the Global Alcohol Policies Symposium held in conjunction by the Green Crescent Society and the World Health Organization, suddenly the world has set its sights on Turkeys milk and dairy products industry.
- Erdoğan accuses CHP of ties to Reyhanli perpetrators 25.05.2013
/ Prime Minister Erdoğan accused CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu of harming the nation and said that the individuals who took CHP to meet Assad were the very same people who set off the bombs in Reyhanlı.
- Syrian refugees in Turkey surpass 100,000 23.10.2012
/ With the number of Syrian refugees flocking to Turkey surpassing the 100,000 figure, the state has decided to set up additional camps to accommodate the continuing influx. The present goal is to reach at least an increased 16,000 person capacity with new camps in Akçakale, Nizip and Harran.
- The EUs most powerful figure is in Ankara 24.05.2013
/ Arriving upon invite by Prime Minister Erdoğan, EU Council President Rompuy told Gül, I have brought a message to revitalize EU negotiations with Turkey. During his stay, Rompuy also met with opposition parties CHP and BDP.
- Committee of arbitrators to be formed for the Kurdish issue 26.03.2013
/ SABAH has acquired the list of wise men Prime Minister Erdoğan referred to when he announced plans to establish a panel of arbitrators to assist in overseeing the ongoing peace process.
- Turkeys public supports PM Erdoğans Kurdish policy 28.03.2013
/ During a working breakfast with deputies from Mediterranean provinces Erdoğan released the most recent figures from a poll conducted by ANAR. Results showed that this is the first time those who are in support of a solution to the Kurdish issue have surpassed the percentage of those against it.
- A special letter to SABAH by U.S. President Obama 16.05.2013
/ President Obama has penned a special letter on his meeting with Prime Minister Erdogan in Washington D.C. on Thursday that is being exclusively released by SABAH.
- PM Erdoğan dishes up IMF criticism 11.05.2013
/ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan issued harsh comments to the IMF on the wake of paying off the nations debt to the International Monetary Fund. We havent made an agreement with the IMF because they attempted to teach us politics. However, I will not have a lesson taught to me by a civil servant.
- Good bye stand-by! 14.05.2013
/ Turkey turns the final page of a 52-year-old relationship with the International Monetary Fund today. Turkey, which has aptly shown how to succeed during a global crisis without the IMF, is now changing their scope in relations with the international fund. Turkey, which up until now has always been the taker, will now become the giver in its long-standing relationship with the IMF.
- Its either terrorism or politics, Kandil or the Parliament, its time to decide 10.09.2012
/ Prime Minister Erdoğan called on BDP members of Turkeys Grand National Assembly to either stay in the parliament to find a solution to the Kurdish issue in the Kandil Mountains, where the PKK is based.
- Erdoğan held up as role model in Greece 27.08.2012
/ An article in Greeces To Vima newspaper, entitled Do like the Turks suggests Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan be used as an example by the Greek government in order to carry the country out of the economic crisis.
- No military-civilian tension remains in Turkish democracy 30.10.2012
/ President Gül's presidential reception held at the Çankaya Palace to commemorate the founding of the Republic was the first time members of BDP, the Kurdish nationalist opposition party, convened under the same roof as high-level military members. The full command echelon attended last nights ceremony joined by their spouses, marking a first for Turkish democracy.
- Davutoğlu says all options regarding Syria were discussed in the White House 25.05.2013
/ Sharing details with Sabah on the exclusive dinner shared between Prime Minister Erdoğan and himself with President Obama and his U.S. counterpart as well as the two nations security and intelligence officials at the White House, Foreign Minister Davutoğlu relayed a quote from Dan Browns new book featuring Turkey entitled Inferno, The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis, in reference to CHP Chairman Kilicdaroglus stance on Syria.