Sudan instructs Turkish Summa to resume construction of biggest airport

Sudan’s transitional Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok has directed the Ministry of Transport initiate discussion with Turkish construction company Summa to resume the building of the country’s biggest airport suspended owing to change of leadership, London-based Al Quds reports. Hamdok, media Read more

Erdogan accuses UEFA for playing politics as Champions League final moves to Porto

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Wednesday laid into the European football governing body, UEFA, arguing that the organization’s recent decision to move the final of the European Champions League to Porto instead of Istanbul was politically motivated, Arab News reports. Read more

Iraq: Baghdad slams Turkey for violating sovereignty after Defense Minister visited military base in northern Iraq

The Iraqi foreign ministry Monday summoned the Chargé d’Affaires to the Turkish embassy in Baghdad, to protest against a visit by Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar to a military base in northern Iraq, Alquds newspaper reports. The ministry in a Read more

Japan’s international cooperation Agency backs Turkish SMEs with $300m

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will provide Turkey’s small enterprises financial support valued at $300 million to muddle through the pandemic, Daily Sabah reports. The financial pledge was born Wednesday from a cooperation agreement with Turkey’s Small and Medium Industry Read more