Recep Tayyip Erdogan
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi ordered on Tuesday dispatching five military planes to deliver urgent medical relief supplies to earthquake-hit Syria and Turkey.
Addressing Turkey, Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman said it seems that the Libyan desire for Egypt’s support in facing terrorism in Libya has provoked some people.
Libya's National Army spokesperson Ahmed al-Mismary said that total number of mercenaries, Turkey transferred into Libya reached 17,000 terrorists, including 1,000 mercenaries were transferred only last week.
President Abdel Fatah al Sisi discussed on Thursday, number of measures to counter any threats to the Egyptian national security
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had violated human rights of the Turkish people as nearly 10,000 citizens had been forcibly disappeared, the largest number worldwide, Egypt’s United National Organization for Human Rights said.
Egypt, Cyprus and Greece announced, Tuesday that the two security cooperation and maritime MoUs signed by Turkey and Libya’s UN-backed government, “has no legal effect”
In an interview with Egypt Today, Turgutoğlu said that the Muslim Brotherhood group should have defended the Arab territories instead of Turkey.
Defending the Turkish regime while apparently violating the Syrian sovereignty can be endorsing a probability that these channels are funded by Ankara to follow a Muslim Brotherhood agenda.
Turkey and the United States ratcheted up the pressure on Saudi Arabia to explain how a journalist vanished after entering its Istanbul consulate last week.
Ankara's chief prosecutor ordered the detention of 110 soldiers from the air force on Friday for suspected links to a U.S.-based cleric
Children were among at least nine civilians killed Tuesday in Russian strikes on Syria's Idlib, a monitor said.
U.S. President Donald Trump ruled out agreeing to any demands from Turkey to gain the release of a detained American pastor.
Turkey hiked Wednesday tariffs on imports of several key US products in retaliation for American sanctions against Ankara.
The embattled Turkish lira tumbled over 16 percent to new record lows against the dollar on Friday as strains with the United States intensified
Turkey was drawing up retaliatory measures after Washington slapped sanctions on two Turkish ministers in the one of the biggest crises.
Turkey will lift the state of emergency introduced after a failed 2016 coup and which granted President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government greater powers.
Few hours after closing the Turkish twin elections' vote on Sunday, various accusations of forging the elections were hurled at the ruling regime in Turkey.
Observers assert that Turkey's first election since the constitutional amendments of 2017 shall witness one of five possible scenarios.
Turkey and Israel ordered envoys to leave in tit-for-tat moves and exchanged bitter accusations as a row over the killing of dozens of Palestinians.
Ankara wants the meeting of the 57-member-state body to be held on Friday, spokesman Bekir Bozdag said.