Turkish foreign minister to visit Bern - swissinfo.ch

Cavusoglu was due to speak at an event in Zurich earlier this month. But it was cancelled for lack of venue. (Keystone). Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is due to meet his Swiss counterpart Didier Burkhalter on Thursday. He also plans to meet ...

Turkish foreign minister to visit Switzerland amid row over rallies - The Star Online

ZURICH (Reuters) - Turkey's foreign minister travels to Switzerland on Thursday to meet his Swiss counterpart, who has tried to keep the neutral country out of a weeks-long dispute between Ankara and several other European nations over campaigning by ...

Turkish Foreign Minister heads to Switzerland in Europe Row - AMN Al-Masdar News (registration)

Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu answers a question during an interview with Reuters in Ankara, Turkey, August 24, 2015. Turkey and the United States will soon launch "comprehensive" air operations to flush Islamic State fighters from a zone ...

Turkey says airline device ban aimed at hindering trade - Anadolu Agency

New restrictions on in-cabin electronic devices on flights from Turkey to the U.S. and U.K. are aimed at stifling economic growth, Trade Minister Bulent Tufenkci said Thursday. “We believe that the ban is not about security issues but commercial ...

Turkey trying to exclude airport, airline from laptop ban - ABC News

A senior official says Turkey is taking steps to keep Istanbul's main airport and its national carrier, Turkish Airlines, outside of the scope of new aviation restrictions imposed by the United States and Britain. Foreign Ministry Spokesman Huseyin ...

Endeavors to exclude Atatürk Airport, Turkish Airlines from US, UK flight restrictions continue, MFA spox says - Daily Sabah

Turkish Airlines aircrafts are parked at the Ataturk International airport in Istanbul, Turkey, December 3, 2015. (Reuters Photo). Turkey's endeavors to exclude Istanbul Atatürk Airport and Turkish Airlines from the new restrictions for electronic ...

Turkey urging US, Britain to lift flight electronics ban: foreign ministry - Reuters

FILE PHOTO: Passengers wait in line at a Turkish Airlines counter at the international departure terminal of the Ataturk airport in Istanbul, Turkey, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Murad Sezer/File Photo. ANKARA Turkey is in talks with the United States and ...

Cavusoglu: Trump's US understands Turkey better - Anadolu Agency

NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES -MARCH 22: Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu delivers a speech at a meeting with Turkish citizens in New Jersey in United States on March 22, 2017. ( Volkan Furuncu - Anadolu Agency ) ...

Turkish Airlines Slumps as Laptop Ban Risks Dreams of Global Hub - Bloomberg

Investors were just starting to warm to Turkish Airlines and its goal to be at the heart of an Istanbul airline hub after a turbulent year for the carrier's stock. Then came Tuesday's in-cabin electronics security restrictions, announced by the U.S ...

Turkey anger grows over US flight laptop ban - The Star Online

Ankara: Turkey stepped up its objections to US restrictions on large electronic devices on flights from some airports in the country and other regional hubs, saying it punished travellers instead of tackling the problem. “It would be better to take ...

Stand up to Turkey - Washington Times

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu's “Turkey's Vision for Cyprus” (Web, March 19) represents nothing but transparent, shameful, official propaganda of the government of Turkey. It is a dismal effort to justify Turkey's ongoing, brutal military ...

Mideast countries fume over US ban on electronic devices - CCTV

CAIRO, March 22 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. ban of large-sized electronic devices on inbound flights from Middle East has triggered confusion and outrage in some listed countries, while Britain followed the U.S. ban with slight difference in its list.

Turkish gov't demands US to remove it from airline electronic ban - Xinhua

ANKARA, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Turkish Government on Wednesday sent a letter to the U.S. administration demanding its removal from airline electronic ban list, one day after the new security policy carried out by the U.S. and Britain. Ahmet Arslan ...

UK electronics ban to cover 75 scheduled services - Flightglobal

April schedules data from FlightGlobal shows that 75 airline services will be covered by new UK restrictions on the size of electronic devices that can be taken as hand luggage, around two-thirds of them on Turkish routes. The UK on 21 March adopted ...

Turkey Asks US for Exemption from Ban on Electronics During Flights - Al-Manar TV

Turkish Transport Minister Ahmet Arslan wrote to the US government asking to exempt Istanbul's Ataturk Airport from a recently imposed ban on electronic devices larger than a smartphone, media reported on Wednesday. Earlier this week, the United States ...

Turkey Bristles at Being Included in Airline Laptop Ban - CNSNews.com

(CNSNews.com) – As Britain followed the United States' lead in banning the carrying of electronic devices onboard inbound flights from selected airports in Islamic nations, Turkey is demanding that it not be lumped together with the other affected ...

Mevlut Cavusoglu: Turkey and Russia cooperate to solve Nagorno-Karabakh conflict - AZERTAC News

Turkey and Russia have restored their relations and are now working together to solve regional problems, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said during his visit to the United States, according to TASS. "We have overcome our differences with ...

Turkey seeks exemption from US ban on electronics on flights - Financial Times

The Turkish Transport Minister, Ahmet Arslan, has written to the US government asking for Istanbul's Ataturk Airport to be removed from a list of airports where passengers flying direct to the US will no longer be allowed to carry electronic devices ...

Cavusoglu: Ankara and Moscow overcome differences and work together - vestnik kavkaza

Turkey and Russia have restored their relations and are now working together to solve regional problems, the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said, speaking at the National Press Club in Washington. "We have overcome our differences with ...

US should refrain from relying on PYD/YPG: Turkish FM - www.worldbulletin.net

The U.S. must not rely on the YPG to defeat ISIL in Syria, Turkey's Foreign Minister warned Tuesday. "The PKK terrorists who are responsible for the last terrorist attacks, suicide bomb attacks in Ankara, Istanbul, all came from YPG camps in Syria ...