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"Germany" ile Etiketlenen Konular

14 June 2016 14:42

Iran and Turkey have signed an agreement to construct an industrial park in Iran in a bid to boost mutual cooperation between the two neighboring countries. High-ranking officials from Istanbul Chamber of Industry, Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) and Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization (ISIPO) signed the trilateral agreement on Monday night. The industrial park...

11 March 2016 0:38

THIS IS REALLY EXCELLENT! Why the US State Department hasn't responded to Iran's latest missile drill as severely as they did for our previous test in January? The answer is a bit 'subtle': Iran and the US agreed on a prisoner swap after the nuclear deal. We agreed to free their prisoners under the condition that the US government would release...

22 July 2015 16:52

  Iran and Germany have discussed expanding banking cooperation which is vital to Tehran’s rehabilitation into the global financial fold from which it was shut off for years under draconian US and European sanctions.  A major achievement of last week’s finalization of nuclear talks for Iran was its restored access to the global financial transfer system called the Society for Worldwide Interbank...

11 May 2015 16:09

The German government has once again funded Israel’s military by subsidizing the sale of four modern corvette warships to the Tel Aviv regime. Israel’s ministry of military affairs announced Monday that it had reached a deal with a major shipbuilding company in Germany to buy four warships worth 430 million euros (USD 480 million), of which around 115 million euros will...

19 February 2015 17:43

Germany has rejected Greece's proposal for a six-month renewal of its European Union's bailout program, describing it as "not substantial." A statement from the office of German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble on Thursday dismissed the practicality of Athens’ recent proposal which demanded that its EU partners extend Greece’s bailout program for six months. "The letter from Athens is not a...

13 February 2015 15:39

Italy and Germany have temporarily closed their embassies in Yemen, following the United States, Britain and France, in reaction to alleged security concerns after the Ansarullah revolutionaries took control of the capital, Sana’a. On Friday, the Italian Foreign Ministry issued a statement, saying the country’s ambassador and staff are returning home from Italy's embassy in Yemen. The ministry further expressed hope that...

25 January 2015 17:53

Germany has decided to halt weapons exports to Saudi Arabia amid the growing Takfiri-fueled militancy in the Middle East region, a report says. Based on the decision, Riyadh’s arms orders have either been “rejected, pure and simple,” or put back for further consideration, German daily Bild reported on Sunday. The report has not been officially confirmed yet. The German National Security Council, which...

24 January 2015 19:18

The chairman of Germany’s Central Council of Muslims says Muslims and mosques are being increasingly targeted in the country following the rise of Islamophobia in Europe. “Insults against Muslims, often women with a headscarf, vandalism against mosques and violence against imams have become a daily occurrence,” said Aiman Mazyek on Saturday. Mazyek held the right-wing PEGIDA group accountable for the increasing number...

7 January 2015 23:15

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has slammed demonstrations held by the right-wing anti-Islam and immigration movement PEGIDA. Steinmeier told the Germany tabloid Bild on Tuesday that the so called PEGIDA group "does damage to our country, as well as harming our image abroad." The so-called Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the Occident (PEGIDA) has been organizing weekly rallies in the eastern...

27 December 2014 16:53

Germany has warned that any new government in debt-ridden Greece must respect commitments made by its predecessor as the country's lawmakers failed to elect a new president, moving Athens closer to snap elections. The comments were made by Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in an interview with Germany’s Bild newspaper published on Saturday. “We will continue to help Greece along the path...

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