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World - Putin and Erdogan hold first phone talk since jet downing

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday held their first phone call since Ankara downed one of Moscow`s jets in Syria last year, both sides said. The two leaders spoke as they sought to mend ties over the November incident that saw Moscow slap sanctions on Ankara. `The president`s phone call with president Putin has just ended,` a Turkish official told reporters in Ankara.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  11:13


World - Turkey, Israel to start appointing ambassadors this week

Turkey and Israel this week will begin the process of exchanging ambassadors after the former allies signed a deal to normalise ties following a bitter row in 2010, Ankara said Tuesday. Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, making the announcement, also said Turkey and Russia`s foreign ministers would meet in the Russian resort of Sochi on July 1 after months of acrimony, as Ankara seeks to strengthen regional ties. `This week we will start the process of ambassador appointment` between Turkey and Israel, Kalin told reporters in Ankara.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  15:46


World - Putin lifts Turkey restrictions after Erdogan call

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday lifted travel restrictions to Turkey and ordered trade normalised after he mended ties with counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in their first call since Ankara downed a Russian jet. In the wake of the incident last November Moscow slapped a range of sanctions on Ankara, including an embargo on some Turkish food products, as well as a ban on charter flights and sales of package tours to the country and the reintroduction of visas for Turkish visitors. `I want to start with the question of tourism... we are lifting the administrative restrictions in this area,` Putin told government ministers in televised comments.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  16:02


World - Russian, Turkish leaders agree to close `crisis chapter` in ties

By Vladimir Soldatkin and Dasha Afanasieva MOSCOW/ANKARA (Reuters) - The presidents of Russia and Turkey agreed on Wednesday to resume bilateral cooperation, including in the fight against terrorism, after a period of diplomatic tension and said they wanted to hold a face-to-face meeting. Relations between Moscow and Ankara have been badly strained since Turkey last year shot down a Russian warplane taking part in Moscow`s military campaign in Syria.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  14:07


World - Turkey`s Erdogan expected to meet Russia`s Putin before and during G20 summit

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Russia`s Vladimir Putin are expected to meet before and during the G20 Summit in September, presidential sources in Ankara said on Wednesday. The two leaders agreed in a telephone call on Wednesday to resume cooperation, including in the fight against terrorism, and voiced readiness for a face-to-face meeting, after months of bitterness in ties, the sources said. (Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Editing by David Dolan)

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  13:27


World - Turkey, Israel set to start process of exchanging ambassadors

Turkey and Israel will this week start the process of exchanging ambassadors after they signed a deal to restore ties following a bitter row in 2010, Ankara said Tuesday. Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin also said Turkey and Russia`s foreign ministers would meet after months of acrimony, as Ankara launches major efforts to repair damaged friendships in the region. `New steps will definitely be taken to restore ties with Israel in the areas of the economy, trade and energy,` Kalin told reporters in the capital.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  17:06


World - Kremlin: mending ties with Turkey `not a matter of a few days`

By Denis Pinchuk and Dmitry Solovyov MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Tuesday it would take more than a few days to mend Russia`s relations with Ankara, after Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan expressed regret over the downing of a Russian military plane last year. Russian President Vladimir Putin had said an apology from Erdogan was the condition for repairing relations between the two countries, which were poisoned when the Russian jet was shot down near the Syrian-Turkish border in November. After writing to Putin to voice his regret over the incident, Erdogan said he now believed that Ankara would normalize relations with Moscow `rapidly`.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  11:51


World - Turkey, Israel sign deal to normalize ties after six years

ANKARA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Turkey and Israel signed a deal on Tuesday to restore ties after a six-year rift, formalizing an agreement which U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said sent a `hopeful signal` for regional stability. It was formally signed on Tuesday by Turkey`s Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioglu in Ankara and Israel`s Foreign Ministry Director General Dore Gold in Jerusalem, officials said. Relations between Israel and what was once its principal Muslim ally crumbled after Israeli marines stormed an activist ship in May 2010 to enforce a naval blockade of the Hamas-run Gaza Strip and killed 10 Turks on board.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  10:47


World - Erdogan hopes for `quick` return to normal Turkey-Russia ties

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday he hoped for a `quick` normalisation in ties with Russia after he expressed regret over the downing of one of Moscow`s military jets. `I hope we can put behind us the current situation, which is detrimental to both countries, and advance towards a quick normalisation,` he said in a dinner to break the Ramadan fast at his presidential palace in Ankara. The Kremlin said earlier Monday that Erdogan had apologised to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin over Ankara`s downing of one of Moscow`s military jets in Syria last year, which shattered ties between the countries.

Monday, June 27, 2016  20:55


World - Turkish deputy PM sees acceleration in steps to smooth relations with Russia

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said on Monday that there was an acceleration in steps to smooth relations with Russia, strained since Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the border with Syria last November. Kurtulmus welcomed what he said was a decision to allow some Russian companies to employ Turkish nationals again, in comments during a televised news conference in Ankara. (Reporting by Ercan Gurses; Writing by Daren Butler and Seda Sezer; Editing by Nick Tattersall)

Monday, June 27, 2016  09:38

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