Fish breeding in the dams of the landlocked southern Turkish province of Kahramanmaraş are exported to 15 countries across the world, daily Hürriyet has reported.
There are several crucial issues that are overlooked when the Karabakh conflict is discussed. But these issues are likely to be brought to the agenda during the conflict resolution process.
Shell wants to supply Turkey with more liquefied natural gas (LNG), grow in the natural gas market and expand its cooperation with Turkey as the country has the potential to become a gas hub, according to a senior company executive
Category: YUSUF KANLI
The World Energy Congress held in Istanbul was boycotted by some countries, scorned or ignored by some others…
Progress on the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) project is on track, TANAP General Manager Saltuk Düzyol said at the World Energy Congress in Istanbul on Oct. 11, adding it was a key part of the regional natural gas supply chain
One of the gravest risks that the Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant presents to the people of the region is the potential for the production of nuclear arms.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The deal for a second pipeline to carry Russian natural gas to Turkey under the Black Sea was signed on Oct. 10 in Istanbul
Turkey and Russia signed the strategic Turkish Stream gas pipeline agreement on Oct. 10
Both the Turkish government and the opposition parties want to find out the dynamics behind the bloody coup attempt of July 15. Both the government and the opposition parties accuse the secret network of U.S.-based Islamist scholar Fethullah Gülen of masterminding the coup attempt.
The decline of global oil prices since mid-2014 has had a significant impact on Azerbaijan’s economy by undermining the medium-term growth and stability of the financial sector
The number of tourists visiting the Mediterranean resort of Antalya by air saw a 47 percent decrease in the first nine months of 2016 compared to last year, plummeting to 4.7 million, as Turkey’s tourist industry continues to struggle with a number of headwinds.
Pope Francis on Oct. 2 arrived in mainly Muslim Azerbaijan on the last leg of his peace tour of the volatile ex-Soviet Caucasus region, just months after visiting arch-foe Armenia.
National Parliament of Azerbaijan Republic approved Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) Project on Sept 30
The Lausanne Treaty was signed on July 24, 1923, in order to ratify the peace between the occupying United Kingdom, France, Italy and Greece (together with their allies) and Turkey following the Turkish War of Independence, which also ended the sultanate regime of the Ottoman dynasty of nearly six centuries
Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Işık has called for further enhancement of defense ties between Turkey and Azerbaijan, speaking to reporters in Baku after a meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Zahir Hasanov
Turkish counter-terror police detained 40 foreign nationals in raids in Istanbul over their suspected links with Islamic State, of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) on Sept. 18
Azerbaijan’s state energy company, SOCAR, plans to go ahead with a deal to buy Greek natural gas pipelines operator DESFA, but says that its price should be reduced, SOCAR’s president said Sept. 5
Some of the most precious thoroughbred horses of the world have been transferred to Istanbul for the debut “Longines International Racing Festival Istanbul,” which will be held on the course over the weekend
Hong Yun-Shik, the Korean minister of internal affairs, signed a memorandum of understanding with the relevant authority of Azerbaijan on Aug. 19 to study the “ASAN service” experience
The Turkish authorities have seized hundreds of businesses as part of the probe into the failed July 15 military coup attempt, issuing detention orders for dozens of businesspeople, some of whom have been arrested
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