After the Council of Ministers meeting, it was announced that the eid of sacrifice holiday was extended to 10 days.
On the Ankara-Konya Highway, 3 people lost their lives and 18 people were injured in the accident where a bus overturned.
Wife of Şeyhmus Alpsoy, the sick prisoner who had undergone colon cancer surgery, reacted to the situation saying that her husband is not taken to the hospital for 15 days.
A prisoner who had been detained for 17 years because of his Islamic identity was sent to prison without being seen by his family despite the official applications of his relatives after the operation he had undergone.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan demanded to take part in the case where 486 suspects are on trial for their activities at the Akıncı Base, known as the headquarters of the July 15 coup attempt.
Prof. Dr. Mehmet Görmez, who retired from the role of Presidency of Diyanet Mehmet said in his farewell speech that he is honorable of delivering the trust in peace and give everyone blessing.
The trial against 486 suspected related to the activities at Akıncı Base, known as the headquarters of the July 15 coup attempt, started at Ankara 4th High Criminal Court.
People’s Democratic Party [HDP] MPs Tuğba Hezer Öztürk and Faisal Sarıyıldız lost their seat in Turkish Parliament.
The Presidency of Religious Affairs [Diyanet], which examined FETO's 40-year discourses, publicly shared the report entitled “An organized religion exploitation - FETO from its own language".
Warning that the patience is running thin in the face of the Israeli administration going as far as the physical invasion by banning Muslims from entering al-Haram al-Sharif and worshipping there, President Erdoğan underscored that Israel is acting with not security concerns but rather aims to fully isolate Muslims from al-Aqsa Mosque.
Turkish Presidential Spokesman Kalın, who made a statement about the visit of President Erdoğan to the three Gulf countries, said, “Continuing current initiatives to resolve the crisis through negotiation and dialogue has been agreed upon.”
Deputy Prime Minister and Government Spokesperson Bekir Bozdağ announced the distribution of tasks among Deputy Prime Ministers following the change in the cabinet.
Turkiye’s Prime Minister Yıldırım announced the new cabinet after meeting with President Erdoğan.
The proposal, which extended the emergency state for another three months, was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
The surgery of Şeyhmus Alpsoy, a patient prisoner at Ankara Numune Hospital, has come to an end.
Due to the colonic cancer that he caught in the prison, convict Şeyhmus Alpsoy, who was treated in Ankara Numune Hospital, was taken to surgery as handcuffed.
Seyhmus Alpoy, who was expected to have an operation on Thursday due to colon cancer caught in the prison last year, his wife, Mrs. Suat, said that the justice closed its eyes to religious prisoners.
Prime Minister Yıldırım, regarding the decision of the General Assembly in the EP General Assembly, said, “It is not a very important decision from our point. It is not an unknown too. This decision is invalid from our point.”
Speaking at the reception of Eraki, President of Takrib-i Mezahib Institution in Iran, President of Diyanet Görmez noted that great tasks have been fallen to scholars for establishment of interest among Muslims.
Due to the increasing temperatures in Ankara, “hot weather permits” were given to public employees for today.
More than 200 people were taken into custody in Turkiye's biggest drug operation in Ankara.
A group of about 100 people attacked construction workers in the Nallıhan district of Ankara.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who arrived in Ankara for some talks, said there are worrisome developments in the region and expressed their desire to exchange views with Turkiye.
President Erdoğan said, “I would like to say in advance that we have not found the sanctions right launched against Qatar. It is the best way for members of the Gulf Cooperation Council to resolve issues among themselves through mutual dialogue.”
Chairman Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu participated in the iftar program organized by HUDA PAR headquarters in Ankara, said that despite the controversies and conflicts, believers deserve to be loved.
Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalın related to the decision to cut and sanction diplomatic relations to Qatar, called on some members of the Gulf Cooperation Council to resolve the issue by negotiating.
Bülent Arınç's son-in-law Ekrem Yeter was arrested under the scope of FETO operations.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, who came to Ankara for a series of visits, said evidences are needed for extradite of the FETOs from Germany.
“In every situation, we have to go through the peaceful way to solve the existing problems,” said Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and added that some Gulf countries have to continue the dialogue on Qatari diplomatic crisis.
Following the meeting of the National Security Council under President Erdoğan's presidency, it was emphasized that the support policy to the PKK/PYD-YPG is not compatible with friendship and alliance.