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Austria: The Turkish regime is not a reliable partner for Europe

Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg has criticized the policies of the Turkish regime, calling on European Union countries to rethink their relations with Ankara.

“ If we look at the Turkish policy in Libya and Syria and changing the status of the HagiaSophia Cathedral, all of this makes it necessary for us in Europe to rethink relations with Ankara,” Schallenberg told reporters in Brussels on the sidelines of a meeting of foreign ministers of European Union countries on July 13.

Schallenberg said : “ Turkey is simply not a reliable partner for Europe, and its entry  negotiations to the European Union, which must be firmly determined, must be stopped.”

Babacan: Turkey has entered into a dark tunnel due to Erdogan's policies

Chairman of the Turkish Democracy and Progress Party Ali Babacan has blamed the Turkish regime's head Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the current financial and economic crises in Turkey and for the deteriorating relations with all world countries.

He asserted that his country has entered into a dark tunnel because of the foreign policies of the Turkish regime's head, especially towards Syria and Libya.

Israel has arrested 2330 Palestinians, including 304 minors in six months

The Israeli occupation forces have arrested 2330 Palestinians in the first six months of this year, Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association (Addameer) said in a report published by the WAFA news agency.  

The report indicates that 1363 Palestinian were detained since the coronavirus outbreak in early March, adding that  304 children and 70 women were among the detained since January.

Mousavi : Syrian-Iranian cooperation will continue

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi has asserted that Syria and Iran have had comprehensive relations for a long time.

Talking about the recent military agreement between Iran and Syria in a press conference held on Monday, Mousavi said: "Military cooperation with Syria is not new. We have had comprehensive relations with Syria for a long time, and this cooperation has been growing almost since the beginning of the Islamic Revolution."

Russia says that humanitarian aid must be delivered to Syria in coordination with Damascus

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin affirmed on Monday that the issue of humanitarian aid to Syria mustn’t be politicized and that aid must be delivered in coordination with its legitimate government.

In statements to journalists, Vershinin said that sending humanitarian aid to different areas in Syria is being implemented successfully by the Syrian government, calling on all parties to continue sending humanitarian aid to all Syrians without exception and to increase its amount.