Russia and Turkey

Reebok sells its business in Russia to Turkish retailer

Reebok sells its business in Russia to Turkish retailer

Turkey's online shoe store FLO and an American fitness footwear and clothing manufacturer Reebok have signed a cooperation deal: the new owner now has 100 Reebok stores in Russia. The Russian-Turkish deal's three …

Aeroflot increases number of flights to Turkey

Aeroflot increases number of flights to Turkey

From May 27, 2022, Aeroflot will increase the number of flights to Antalya and Istanbul. This is stated in the airline's message. "From May 27, we are increasing the number of flights from Moscow to Istanbul and Antalya to …

Fire on Turkish ship extinguished, one person died

Fire on Turkish ship extinguished, one person died

The fire on the ship near the port of Temryuk in the Krasnodar Territory was extinguished, but one person died as a result of the emergency, a source in the emergency services of the Southern Federal District informs. "The fire is …

Vanuatu-flagged Turkish cargo ship on fire in Sea of ​​Azov

Vanuatu-flagged Turkish cargo ship on fire in Sea of ​​Azov

A fire broke out on a foreign dry cargo ship in the waters of the port of Temryuk on the Sea of ​​Azov: a Turkish vessel with grain waiting offshore in the Kuban port caught fire. The team extinguishes the fire on their own, the press service of …

Immortal Regiment held in Ankara

Immortal Regiment held in Ankara

More than 300 people took part in the action "Immortal Regiment" at the Russian Embassy in Ankara. According to RIA Novosti, the participants laid a wreath at the monument to the deceased Ambassador Andrey Karlov, who was …

Shoigu and Akar hold phone talks

Shoigu and Akar hold phone talks

Russian and Turkish Defense Ministers Sergey Shoigu and Hulusi Akar held telephone talks during which they discussed the situation in Ukraine. "During the talks, the current situation in Ukraine, including humanitarian issues, …

Kremlin speaks about Putin-Erdoğan conversation

Kremlin speaks about Putin-Erdoğan conversation

During a telephone conversation with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his gratitude to his counterpart for his assistance in implementing the exchange of Russian Konstantin Yaroshenko …

Air traffic between Grozny and Turkey to increase

Air traffic between Grozny and Turkey to increase

UTair and Red Wings are planning to launch a number of new flights from Grozny (Northern) International Airport, including to Turkish cities, Interfax writes. The airport's press service specified that UTair will launch flights …

Putin and Erdogan discuss Ukraine in phone call

Putin and Erdogan discuss Ukraine in phone call

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed Ukraine in a phone call on Tuesday, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. "I can confirm [this]," the Kremlin spokesman said …

Turkey to create another airline for Russian tourists

Turkey to create another airline for Russian tourists

Another airline designed to transport Russian tourists to Turkish resorts will be created in Turkey. According to AirportHaber, the new carrier will be based in Antalya. The Turkish Civil Aviation Authority's preliminary …

Erdogan hopes to hold talks with Putin soon

Erdogan hopes to hold talks with Putin soon

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is hoping to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the near future. "Our president is in contact with presidents Putin …

Lavrov holds phone talks with Cavusoglu

Lavrov holds phone talks with Cavusoglu

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in a phone conversation with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu that the outcome of the talks with Kiev depends on Ukraine’s readiness to take into account Moscow’s demands, the …

No agreement on anti-Russian sanctions in world

No agreement on anti-Russian sanctions in world

Some longtime US allies and satellite countries continue to reject Washington's persistent calls to impose sanctions on Russia or to criticize Moscow, the British magazine The Economist notes. Despite the pressure, India, …