Revolvy Brain's folder

2020 in Turkey


2020 in Turkey

topic

2020 in Turkey

Events of 2020 in Turkey. Incumbents President: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 29th Speaker of the Grand National Assembly: Mustafa Şentop President of the Constitutional Court: Zühtü Arslan [1] Chief of the Turkish General Staff of the Armed Forces: Yaşar Güler Government: 66th government of Turkey Cabinet: Fourth Erdoğan Cabinet Events January January 2: Turkey reports a new refugee influx and possible crisis, as 250,000 Syrians flee Syria for Turkey, due to Syrian government attacks on rebel groups around Idlib.[2] January 3: Greece makes official protest along with other countries against Turkey's plans to deploy troops to Libya. [3] January 7: Turkey signs maritime deal with Libya. [4] January 15: Turkey lifts its ban on Wikipedia, due to a ruling by the Turkish High Constitutional Court. [5] January 24: 2020 Elâzığ earthquake Births Deaths See also Wikinews has related news: Category: Turkey 2019 European Parliament election History of Turkey Outline of Turkey Governmen

2020 in Turkey

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2020 in Europe

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2020 by country

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User


Pegasus Airlines Flight 2193

topic

Pegasus Airlines Flight 2193

Pegasus Airlines Flight 2193 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Izmir to Istanbul in Turkey operated by Pegasus Airlines. On 5 February 2020, the Boeing 737-800 operating the route skidded off the runway while landing at Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, Turkey. Three people were killed, 179 people were injured, and the aircraft was destroyed.[1] It was the first fatal accident in the airline's history.[2] The accident came less than a month after another Pegasus Airlines accident involving a Boeing 737 skidding off the runway at the same airport.[3] Aircraft The aircraft was a Boeing 737-86J[a] (registration TC-IZK), serial number 37742. It was 11 years old at the time of the crash, having first flown in January 2009. The plane had previously been operated by now-defunct German airline Air Berlin before being acquired by Pegasus in May 2016.[4] Prior to the crash, Pegasus was scheduled to withdraw this aircraft once leasing expired, as the airline is moving to an all-Airbus fleet in

February 2020 events in Asia

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2020 in Turkey

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

Aviation accidents and incidents in 2020

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User


Göktürk-3

topic

Göktürk-3

Göktürk-3 is a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) Earth observation satellite that will be designed and developed under prime contractorship of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) with support of Military Electronic Industries (ASELSAN) and TÜBİTAK Space Technologies Research Institute (TÜBİTAK UZAY) for the Turkish Ministry of National Defence.[1][2] Project The project is to provide high-resolution images from any location in the world in day and night, and in any weather condition without territorial waters and aerial domain restrictions to meet the requirements of the Turkish military.[1] After the contract signed between Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) and Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM) on 8 May 2013, the parties have started to work on the indigenous design of the satellite and ground stations.[2] According to the announcement of the Undersecretariate of Ministry of National Defence, the launch of Göktürk-3 is planned by end 2019.[3] See also Göktürk-1 Göktürk-2 List of Earth observa

2020 in Turkey

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2020 in spaceflight

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2019 in Turkey

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User


Turkish military intervention in the Second Libyan Civil War

topic

Turkish military intervention in the Second Libyan Civil War

On January 2, 2020, the Grand National Assembly of Turkey passed a one year mandate in order to deploy troops in Libya.[8] On 5 January, Turkey started to deploy troops in Libya.[9] Background Memorandum of understanding by Turkey and Libya Turkey-Libya maritime deal Casualties Reactions Supranational organizations  EU -- The European Union rejected the deployment of Turkish troops in Libya, and jointly with foreign ministers of Italy, France, Germany and the UK, the EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell called on January 7 for an immediate ceasefire in and around Tripoli.[10] Countries  Cyprus - The Cypriot government denounced the deal, and tried to rally other countries in the region to oppose its maritime borders aspect.[11]  Egypt - The Egyptian government, an ally of the Tobruk government, denounced the Turkish-GNA maritime and military deal[12], foreign minister Sameh Shoukry blasting it as "illegal" in a joint statement on December 5 with French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.[13]

2020 in Libya

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

Military history of Libya

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

Foreign intervention

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User


Türksat 5A

topic

Türksat 5A

Türksat 5A, aka TUSAT-1 or PEYKOM-1, is a projected Turkish communications satellite, which will be operated by Türksat. History According to an agreement signed in September 2011, the satellite will be developed by specialists in cooperation with Türksat and Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI). It will be produced in Turkey by TAI at its newly established Satellite Assembly Integration and Test Facility (Turkish: Uydu Montaj Entegrasyon ve Test) (UMET) in Ankara with 20% indigenously developed technology. Türksat 5A will be the first geostationary communications satellite to be built in Turkey.[3][4][1] Launching of the spacecraft is planned for the end of 2020.[1] Türksat 5A will be placed in a geosynchronous orbit at 31°E to provide telecommunication and direct TV broadcasting services over a broad geographic region between west of China and east of England stretching over Turkey, as well as Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa.[5] It was reported in early 2013 that Mitsubishi Electric (MELC

2020 in Turkey

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

Future SpaceX commercial payloads

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2020 in spaceflight

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User


Operation Spring Shield

topic

Operation Spring Shield

Operation Spring Shield (Turkish: Bahar Kalkanı Harekâtı) was a cross-border military operation conducted by the Turkish Armed Forces in the Idlib District of northwest Syria.[3] A cross-border military operation launched by the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) and the Syrian National Army (SMO) on the 27th of July in Idlib, on February 27, 2020. The airstrikes[4] by the Syrian Armed Forces on 27 February 2020 in Idlib, Syria started after the Balyun attack.[5] Turkey's National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar Adana purpose of the operation, within the framework of Astana and ensure a ceasefire agreement in Sochi, to prevent migration, unions, has announced that it is to ensure the safety of the public and the borders of Turkey. Turkey and Russia in the region's capital, according to the treaty signed in Moscow between Russia was declared a temporary ceasefire.[6] References [1] Our Bureau (2020-03-03). "Turkish F-16 Shoots Down Syria's L-39 Warplane". Defense World. "Turkey launches Operation Spring Shield

2020 in Turkey

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

2020 in Syria

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User

Major phases of Syrian Civil War

Revolvy Brain (revolvybrain)

Revolvy User



No more pages
Javascript Version
Revolvy Server https://www.revolvy.com
Revolvy Site Map