The world lost their innocence, but not ther kindness. The seven year old Bana Alabed which tweeted in Syrian rebel-city of Aleppo has a surprise. She was met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his presidential palace in Ancara.
Conclusion: The world needs love than war
In the first time since last year. The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on St.Petersburg. Both leaders has pledge to restore close economic ties which affected by Turkey’s shot down a Russia’s military jet.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russian trade sanctions on Turkey would be phased out “step by step”.
“The priority is to get back to the pre-crisis level of co-operation,” he told Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in St Petersburg.
Erdogan has appreciated support taken by Putin after a failed coup attempt on last month saying it had a call from the Russian leader after the coup “meant a lot psychologically”.
He said “the Moscow-Ankara friendship axis will be restored”.
Conclusion: Friends will be friends among Russians and Turks.
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dropped lawsuits against people who insulted him on Friday. He said he is withdrawing all lawsuits against people charged with insulting him.
Erdogan said he was inspired by the feelings of unity in the wake of the recent failed coup.
But he also stepped up his attacks on nations criticising his crackdown in the wake of the coup attempt, telling them to “mind your own business”.
Conclusion: Erdogan’s way to love and peace.
The Turkish incoming PM, Binali Yildirim was elected as AKP party leader. Binali vows to change political system from parliamentarism to presidencialism. He said it was time to make the current “de facto situation” a “legal” one.
“Turkey needs a new constitution,” he told the AKP congress, to applause.
“Are you ready to bring in a presidential system?”
What has to be a priority now is moving from the current de facto system to a legal system,” he said.
On Turkey’s long-standing EU membership bid, he said: “There is one thing that needs to be done by the European Union.
“This confusion over Turkey’s full membership and the migrant issue has to be brought to an end. It is time for us to know what the EU thinks about Turkey.”
He vowed to continue the struggle against Kurdish militants and IS. A ceasefire between Turkey and the PKK ended weeks after elections in June 2015, and the renewed conflict has claimed hundreds of lives on both sides, particularly in the south-east.
Conclusion: The apple polisher PM to let President Erdogan very glad.
The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticised EU offer to tackle migrant crisis.
He has told the EU it will not change its anti-terror laws in return for visa-free travel.
“We’ll go our way, you go yours,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
The EU says Turkey needs to narrow its definition of terrorism to qualify for visa-free travel – which is part of a larger deal between the sides aimed at easing Europe’s migration crisis.
Conclusion: This is an Erdogan way to snub European Union.
After weeks if rumours. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has step down today. He says he will stand down at an extraordinary congress of his ruling AK Party later this month.
Mr Davutoglu is believed to have fallen from favour because he disapproved of Mr Erdogan’s plans to move Turkey to a presidential system of government.
But in a speech, Mr Davutoglu pledged his loyalty to President Erdogan, saying he bore no anger against anyone.
His successor will be chosen when the congress meets on 22 May.
Conclusion: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will choose a new mupet to the job of PM.
The row between Germany and Turkey is so far to the end. After German ambassador in Ancara was summoned by Turkish government over satirical song about president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
In the song, Mr Erdogan is criticised on a range of issues ranging from the imprisonment of journalists to heavy-handed treatment of protesters including women (“equal rights for women – they are beaten up equally”).
“When a journalist writes a piece that Erdogan doesn’t like, he quickly ends up in jail, newspaper offices closed down, he doesn’t think twice, with tear gas and water cannons he is riding through the night,” say some of the lyrics.
The song suggests that Mr Erdogan would rather bomb Kurds than what the writers term his “brothers in faith”, so-called Islamic State.
The song also ridicules the recent migration deal struck between European states and Turkey seeking to stem the flow of migrants into Europe in exchange for financial aid, among other benefits.
But today, German and European Union has dismissed Erdogan and criticises him for not tolerate dissents.
Conclusion: Erdogan haven’t sense of humour.