DAILY SABAH – Russia will continue with its $22 billion nuclear energy investment in Turkey, and both countries will strengthen economic cooperation despite their differences in outlook regarding regional political issues, said Turkey’s Energy Minister Taner Yıldız on Monday. Speaking at the World Economic Forum’s Special Meeting entitled “Unlocking Resources for Regional Development” at the Hilton Hotel in Istanbul; Taner Yıldız said he will visit Moscow on Wednesday to discuss Russia’s economic investments in Turkey. Continue Reading