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Oman to supply LNG to Turkey from 2025

MEED 02 Feb 2023
Oman LNG will supply 1 million tonnes a year of liquefied natural gas to Turkey’s Botas for ten years from 2025 ... .
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No end to airspace violations by Turkey

Ekathimerini 02 Feb 2023
Twelve of the 14 violations turned into engagements (dogfights), which reflects the magnitude and seriousness of Turkey’s behavior in the Aegean ... .
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'Turkey Won't Approve Sweden's NATO Bid As Long As Quran-Burning Protests Continue'

MENA FN 02 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - IANS) Ankara, Feb 2 (IANS) Turkey will not approve Sweden's bid to join NATO as long as it continues to allow Quran-burning protests, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, adding that his ... .
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Turkey's Winter Of Sadness

MENA FN 02 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - Asia Times) The third Monday in January, what psychologist Cliff Arnall dubbed blue monday , is said to be the most depressing day of the year, as the festive holiday season gives way to ... .
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Turkey: European consulates temporarily closed amid security fears in Istanbul

Ruptly 02 Feb 2023
The Dutch, German, British and Swedish consulates closed their doors in Istanbul on Wednesday amid fears of possible protests following incidents of Quran burning in European nations. A statement on the official Instagram of the German Consulate General in Istanbul revealed that the consulate will remain closed on February 1 ... .
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Turkey received about 2.3 lakh tourists from India in 2022

Live Mint 02 Feb 2023
Turkey received 2.32 Indian tourists in 2022, among the 51.4 million international visitors, the country’s tourism board said in a statement ... In 2022, Turkey hosted the highest number of visitors from Russian federation, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Visitors from India maintained the record from 2019 when 2.3 lakh had travelled to Turkey.
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Sweden can't join Nato if Quran burning is condoned, says Turkey's Erdogan

The National 02 Feb 2023
As long as Sweden allows protests desecrating Islam’s holy book to take place, Turkey will not allow the country to join the Nato military alliance, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed on Wednesday ... Since opening accession talks, demonstrations in Stockholm have further damaged Sweden's relationship with Turkey.READ MORE.
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Germany, Italy close Istanbul consulates over security concerns in Turkey

The Siasat Daily 02 Feb 2023
Germany and Italy have joined the growing list of Western countries having their consulates in Istanbul temporarily closed over security concerns, as Turkey is on high alert against possible retaliation for Quran burning incidents in several European countries ... Turkey on Monday.
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‘Turkey won’t approve Sweden’s NATO bid as long as Quran-burning protests continue’

The Siasat Daily 02 Feb 2023
Turkey will not approve Sweden’s bid to join NATO as long as it continues to allow Quran-burning protests, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, adding that his country looks positively on Finland’s application for membership of the military alliance.
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Turkey Receives No Intelligence About Possible Terrorist Attacks From US - Reports

Urdu Point 02 Feb 2023
ANKARA (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 02nd February, 2023) Turkey has not received intelligence about possible terrorist attacks in Istanbul from the United States or other countries issuing a security warning and temporarily closing their consulate generals in the city, Turkish media reported on Thursday.
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Turkey’s winter of sadness

Asiatimes 02 Feb 2023
Turkey is stuck in a financial and psychosocial rut that is testing the spirits of even the most optimistic patriot ... And then there are those suffering in silence – only one in six people with mental health needs in Turkey seek help ... Istanbul, where one-fifth of Turkey’s population lives, is in a league of its own when it comes to mental health.
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Turkey on Arms Supply to Ukraine: We're Making Efforts for Peaceful Resolution of Conflict

Urdu Point 01 Feb 2023
ANKARA (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 01st February, 2023) Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, when asked about Ankara's plans to supply weapons to Ukraine, said Turkey is making efforts to resolve the conflict diplomatically.
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Turkey’s tourism revenues soar in 2022

The Siasat Daily 01 Feb 2023
Turkey’s tourism revenues reached $46.28 billion in 2022, registering a year-on-year increase of 53.4 per cent, according to figures released by the Turkish Statistical Institute.

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