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No: 140, 1 July 2020, Press Release Regarding the Visit of H.E. Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, to Germany
H.E. Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, together with H.E. Mr. Mehmet Nuri Ersoy, Minister of Culture and Tourism, will pay a working visit...

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 20:07:23 GMT


QA-61, 1 July 2020, Statement of the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Hami Aksoy, in Response to a Question Regarding the US Department of State’s Press Release on the Status of the Hagia Sophia
We are astonished by the press release issued by the U.S. Department of State on the status of the Hagia Sophia. Our government took silent revolutionary steps to protect the...

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 20:01:42 GMT


QA-60, 1 July 2020, Statement of the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Hami Aksoy, in Response to a Question Regarding the Non-inclusion of Turkey in the EU Council’s Recommendation on Travel Restrictions
We are disappointed that Turkey has not been included in the list of third countries, recommending the lifting of non-essential travel restrictions to the EU as of 1st of July...

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 15:53:22 GMT


No: 139, 1 July 2020, Press Release Regarding South East Europe Cooperation Process (SEECP) 2020-2021 Turkish Chairmanship-in-Office
Turkey assumes the South East Europe Cooperation Process (SEECP) 2020-2021 Chairmanship-in-Office on 1 July 2020, for one year, for the third time. Turkey’s previous Chairmanships were in 1998-1999 and 2009-2010....

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 10:29:23 GMT


QA-59, 29 June 2020, Statement of the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Hami Aksoy, in Response to a Question Regarding the Rag Hung on the Statue of Atatürk in front of the Residence of Turkish Embassy in Washington
It is certain that our glorious history and the dear memory of Great Leader and founder of our Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who has an undisputably exceptional place in world...

Mon, 29 Jun 2020 21:12:53 GMT

Turkey sends love and peace

From the Alliance for Shared Values, July 15, 2016:

Fethullah Gulen issued the following statement on recent developments in Turkey


I condemn, in the strongest terms, the attempted military coup in Turkey. Government should be won through a process of free and fair elections, not force. I pray to God for Turkey, for Turkish citizens, and for all those currently in Turkey that this situation is resolved peacefully and quickly.


As someone who suffered under multiple military coups during the past five decades, it is especially insulting to be accused of having any link to such an attempt. I categorically deny such accusations.

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Edited from Wikipedia:

Brooklyn Amity School is a private school in New York City that was founded in 1999 by sons of Turkey who are American citizens and businessmen. It has an excellent record at academic achievement and college placement.

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Pictures below: Dr Susanna visited Turkey during July 2015. This is Turkish delight, which was displayed throughout the departure lounge of Attaturk Airport, site of a June 2016 massacre. Picture below that: ambulance waiting outside the departure gates. All vehicles went through security to get this far, and bags and persons were put through metal and X-Ray security before anyone can go into the airline booths.
Brooklyn Amity School. SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2013 v7n2 p0831

I saw a row of young women, very young women, sitting on Borough Hall during the 3rd anniversary memorial service for the sons and daughters of Haiti who perished in the catastrophic earthquake of Jan 10, 2010. They were all pale skinned, and most had their heads covered with hijabs. They were introduced as students at the Brooklyn Amity School, who had gone to Haiti on a humanitarian mission.

I saw them again at the CACCI commemoration of Martin Luther King Day, and again at a United Nations forum on women and faith. The assistant director, the young lady in the top photo, invited me to tour the school, which I did in Feb 2013, less than 4 months after the superstorm Sandy had ravaged the region.

The storm ravaged the region, and destroyed homes of students, but did not ravage the school. The students wasted no time in participating in aid for displaced and distressed New Yorkers, no time at all. The Wall Street Journal reported some of their efforts.

The school is close to the Atlantic Ocean, less than a half-mile from it, and close to bays, less than a quarter-mile. But it is slightly elevated, and was a refuge from the storm, which more and more describes Turkey.

I was already fascinated by Turkey, because I had flown into Istanbul on my way to Nigeria in Feb 2012, and saw the waters of the Bosphorus jammed with container vessels.

And in my preparation of country pages, Turkey keeps popping up as a peacemaker. In Somalia. In Egypt. And now in Syria.

The school did not disappoint: the senior students are all earnest young women looking forward to a life of service through high achievement. Going to Haiti was a great start. Turkey had a woman prime minster in the 1990s. Who knows what these young women will do. I wish them well.