Anadolu Agency’s editors for foreign languages and international news on Thursday visited the Turkish parliament in the capital Ankara.
During their visit, the editors witnessed the general assembly’s works and talked to reporters at the parliament.
The group also visited the parliament’s sites, which were bombed at the night of the July 15, 2016 defeated coup.
They also met the parliamentary speaker Ismail Kahraman, who was informed about the agency’s international activities.
On Monday, the agency’s editors across the world met in Ankara as a part of Annual Editors Meeting.
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