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30 Jun 2015 Tuesday
Greek banks, markets to remain closed for a week
The Greek government has confirmed that banks will remain shut all week, to prevent banks from collapsing under the weight of mass withdrawals following a decision by the European Central Bank not to extend emergency funding. Greeks woke up to shuttered banks, closed cash machines and a climate of rumours and conspiracy theories on Monday as a breakdown in talks between Athens and its creditors pushed the austerity-battered country to the brink. IHA SNG truck and studio facilities are fully operational in Athens.
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Turkey to establish a buffer zone in Syria
Discussing the humanitarian plight in the northern Syria in detail, Turkish top officials have begun preparations for a possible two-alternative military intervention into Syria. After several meetings, the Turkish General Staff, National Intelligence Organization (MİT) and the Prime Ministry decided to establish a buffer zone in Syrian territory. IHA SNG trucks are operational along Turkish-Syrian border.
EU Agrees to Extend Russia Sanctions Over Ukraine
European Union governments have reached preliminary agreement to extend sanctions against Russia for six months for its role in the Ukraine crisis, triggering Kremlin warnings that Moscow will retaliate. The decision, reached by EU envoys in Brussels, is expected to be formally adopted at the bloc's 28 foreign ministers in Luxembourg. IHA is operational in Berlin, Kiev and Donetsk.
AK Party all for forming coalition gov't: Turkish PM
The Justice and Development (AK) Party is ready to do everything to form a coalition government, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said. "We are ready to do all we can to establish a coalition government. We have never threatened with early elections to force other parties into a coalition," the premier said. In the June 7 general election, the AK Party received 41 percent of the votes and the highest number of seats. IHA is operational around the Turkey.
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