Abdullah Gul

thumbnailBalkan countries seek ways to boost economic ties with Turkey
2014-02-21Balkan countries call for Turkish investors to expand business and economic ties in a wide range of niche sectors that have untapped potential.
thumbnailRegional developments push Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders toward peace
2014-02-11The on-and-off Cyprus reunification talks may be revived soon, according to statements from Greek and Turkish Cypriot officials.
thumbnailExperts: Both sides can contribute to recharging EU process
2013-09-27Experts say the government and EU officials must work together to rejuvenate the accession process.
thumbnailPresident Gul calls for renewed focus on EU bid
2013-08-19His statement presents an opportunity to deepen regional co-operation, analysts said.
thumbnailTurkey, Serbia and BiH expand economic and political co-operation
2013-05-22Turkey, Serbia and BiH are building on political and economic relations to expand peace, stability and co-operation in the Balkans.
thumbnailCyprus crisis: Opportunities and challenges for reunification
2013-04-17The Cyprus bailout and gas discoveries present both opportunities and challenges for the divided island.
thumbnailSlovenia, Croatia solve decades-long bank dispute
2013-03-13An internationally monitored distribution of funds will end the Ljubljanska Banka issue. Also in business news: BiH and Qatar are expected to boost investment and Bulgaria's GDP declined in 2012.
thumbnailTurkey and Serbia strengthen economic and political ties
2013-02-15Turkey and Serbia can build on already growing political and economic relations to promote stabiliy in the Balkans, analysts said.
thumbnailTurkey to boost investments in Serbia
2013-02-06Economic co-operation and investment projects were the focus of a meeting this week. Also in business news: Croatia's government bond rating was cut and the grey economy is decreasing in Bulgaria.
thumbnailBulgaria, Serbia sign gas line deal
2012-12-19The gas pipeline, which will run through both countries is expected to have an annual capacity of 1.8 billion cubic metres. Also in business news, Cyprus is facing a situation of selective default.
thumbnailBulgaria and Turkey aim to boost economic ties
2012-12-05The cornerstone of Turkey and Bulgaria's budding economic relationship is the energy sector and infrastructure investment.
thumbnailGreek shopping chain to open in Romania
2012-11-28The Greek store, Jumbo, operates in Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Macedonia and Albania. Also in business news: Croatia will invest around 106 million euros in reviving its national air carrier.
thumbnailTurkey still needs EU, experts say
2012-10-08A poll shows that popular support for the EU is slipping in Turkey, but experts believe it should remain a goal for Ankara.
thumbnailTurkey leads regional effort against organised crime
2012-09-27As the chair of the Organisation of the Black Sea Economic Co-operation, Turkey has placed a priority on combating transnational crime in the region.
thumbnailTurkey advocates for Macedonia to join NATO
2012-05-18Turkey hopes to make a case for Macedonia's application to NATO at next week's summit.
thumbnailKosovo counting on strong support from Turkey
2012-04-30Kosovo and Turkey have what former Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu describes as "golden relations", strong political and economic ties bound together by religious and cultural affinities developed over more than five centuries of Ottoman rule.
thumbnailMontenegrin ambassador assesses ties with Turkey
2012-01-04Turkey and Montenegro have a long history of working together, which both countries seek to improve on as Montenegro integrates into Euro-Atlantic institutions.
thumbnailTurkey-Russia relations and missile defence
2011-10-19Ankara's new independent image in Moscow could be threatened by the radar decision.
thumbnailAncient Antioch still home to many Christians
2011-08-27In one of the birthplaces of Christianity, worshippers continue to practice their religion side-by-side with their Muslim "brothers".
thumbnailTurkey bombs PKK bases, government promises strong action
2011-08-18Violence and political deadlock between the Turkish state and the Turkish-Kurd nationalist movement reaches a tipping point.
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