President Erdogan’s three-nation Balkans visit to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia hogs media limelight – with several reports focusing on Türkiye’s stabilising role in the region.
Erdogan's three-nation Balkan tour ended in Croatia, where the Turkish President opened an Islamic cultural centre and discussed all aspects of bilateral relations between the two countries.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stresses that Russia is not a country that can be underestimated, reiterating Ankara’s balanced policy towards both Moscow and Kiev.
Turkish President Erdogan tells a news conference in Sarajevo that Türkiye and Bosnia and Herzegovina are currently working on passport-free travel, adding that it will come into effect soon.
Most Muslim Turks in the cities of Gumulcine (Komotini) and Iskece (Xanthi) in Western Thrace elect their own clerics (muftis), who are not recognised by the Greek state.
The Turkish president blasted Greece’s recent actions, saying Athens is not at the same level economically, militarily and politically as Ankara.
Turkish Foreign Ministry says it is determined "to strengthen and add new dimensions to the existing excellent relations between Türkiye and Bosnia and Herzegovina", which were established on August 29, 1992.
Serbia and Kosovo agreed on a new border policy under an EU-facilitated dialogue process on Saturday,
Serbia agrees to abolish its entry-exit document for Kosovo ID holders and Kosovo agrees to not introduce them for Serbian ID holders.
How a license plate row morphed into a diplomatic crisis between the neighbouring Balkan countries.
Türkiye rejects moves aimed at belittling the crime of genocide, ignoring suffering of our brothers, says Turkish President Erdogan.
In addition to the shock and trauma, most perpetrators are yet to be prosecuted for the well-documented genocide.
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