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Turkey develops new promotion platform, strategy to enhance tourism: Minister
Turkey will adopt a new tourism promotion strategy in 2021 with its "Go Turkey" platform, using the latest technology and communication models, as well as focusing on advanced public relations that will bring 81 provinces under one roof and boost Turkey's tourism performance, Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy said.
Erdogan hopes new Turkey-Greece talks will herald new era
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday he hoped the resumption of talks between Turkey and Greece over maritime disputes would herald a new era, and he urged Athens not to escalate tensions in the region.
Turkey embarks on cultural mission to preserve its fairy tales
Once upon a time, in the old, old days when the mouse was a barber, and the donkey ran errands, and the tortoise baked bread, there was a great mountain called Kaf Daği on the border of the spirit realm, from which many of the fairy tales and myths of the Middle East sprang forth.
Iran, Turkey, Pakistan plan to revive railway line: Report
Iran, Turkey and Pakistan plan to revive a railway line connecting Istanbul to Tehran and Islamabad and ultimately extend it to China, Tokyo-based newsmagazine Nikkei Asia reported.
Russia, Turkey to develop military ties despite US sanctions: Lavrov
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday that Moscow and Ankara's military cooperation would not be deterred by US sanctions on Turkey for acquiring a Russian missile defense system.
Turkey says will retaliate any attack by east Libya strongman
Turkey's defense minister said that any attack by eastern Libyan renegade general Khalifa Haftar on its personnel in the North African country would be met with force.
Iran, Turkey stress expansion of police ties
Head of International Affairs of Iran’s Police and Director General of Interpol in Iran Hadi Shirzad in a virtual meeting with the Head of Turkish National Police's Interpol Department Lutfi Cicek discussed expansion of cooperation.
Iran, Turkeyto boost increasing trade
In a telephone call with Turkish Minister of Trade Ruhsar Pekcan, Iran’s Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade Alireza Razm-Hosseini referred to the decrease in trade between the two countries due to the global COVID-19 outbreak and stressed the need to increase trade and joint economic cooperation.
Iran’s exports to Turkey hit $795m in 10 months to October: TCCIMA
Iran exported $795 million worth of commodities to Turkey from January to October, according to statistics released by the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture (TCCIMA).
Turkey underlines friendly ties with Iran
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu in a phone call with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif underscored close and friendly relations between Tehran and Ankara and Turkey's definite policy of good neighborliness with Iran.
Envoy: Iran, Turkey eager to set up new rail connection
Iran and Turkey are willing to create a new railroad line as Afghanistan has gained access to the rail route that passes through the Islamic Republic, the Iranian ambassador to Ankara said.
Hypaipa ancient city in Turkey comes to surface
A 2,000-year-old ancient city in Izmir’s Ödemiş district, Hypaipa, will be added to Turkey’s trove of tourism destinations as excavations there have been ongoing.
Iran eyes stronger trade ties with Turkey
The Iranian president’s chief of staff voiced Tehran’s willingness to expand economic relations with neighboring Turkey by removing the obstacles to bilateral trade.
Rouhani: Scientist’s assassination sign of enemies’ failure to stop Iran’s scientific march
President Hassan Rouhani said the recent assassination of a senior Iranian nuclear scientist was a grave and inhumane crime aimed at curbing the nation’s march toward scientific progress.

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