Agos: Erdogan: We evaluated the election of minority foundations procedure
In his statement at the end of the Council of Ministers on Monday, October 25, President Erdogan raised the issue of elections in minority foundations, which have not taken place for a long time. “We have assessed the issue regarding the procedure for electing the foundations of minorities included in the human rights action plan,” Erdogan said. “Regardless of their origins, beliefs or beliefs, the question for each of our 84 million citizens is ours. Armed with this understanding, we have taken all steps that will strengthen our national unity and solidarity in the past, and we will continue to do so today. “
Saba: 278 historical artifacts found in Istanbul
Five suspects were arrested in connection with the so-called “smuggling of historical artefacts” operation in four districts of Istanbul. Almost three hundred historical objects were seized.
Agos: Erdogan and Aliyev host joint press conference
President Erdogan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev held a joint press conference after their one-on-one meeting in the village of Zengilan Agali, which came under Azerbaijani control after the Artsakh war of 2020 . “Yes [Armenia] shows sincere will with Azerbaijan, there will be no obstacle to the normalization of Turkey’s relations with Armenia, ”Erdogan said.
Anadolu Agency: President Erdogan wrote an introductory article to the book The victory of Karabakh
During his visit to Zengilan, President Erdogan presented his Azeri counterpart Aliyev with the book titled The Victory of Karabakh prepared by Anadolu Ajans which sums up the historical foundations of the problem and details their conquest with news, photos and articles.
Anadolu Agency: President of Religious Affairs Erbaş recite adhan to Shusha
The President of Religious Affairs Ali Erbaş called the adhan to Shusha, who was freed from the occupation of Armenia.
Halk TV: The candidacy of United States Ambassador who recognizes the Armenian ‘genocide’ has been accepted
The candidacy of Jeff Flake, who was appointed for the United States Embassy in Ankara, was accepted by a vote in the Senate General Assembly. Flake will soon replace David Satterfield as US Ambassador.
Although a Republican, Flake, who supported President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election, served as an Arizona senator from 2013 to 2019. He was also a member of the House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013.
Hurriyet: The release of Hampig Sassounian: a serious mistake
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ambassador Tanju Bilgiç condemned the release of Hampig Sassounian. His statement read: “We have learned that the murderer of our Consul General in Los Angeles, the martyr Kemal Arıkan, the Armenian terrorist Hampig Sassounian, for whom a parole decision has been taken, has been deported to a third country. We stress once again that we regard the decision concerning the terrorist in question as a serious mistake which compromises terrorism. It is obvious that such decisions will serve the agenda of circles seeking to promote terrorism as a useful tool that can be used for political ends, and not for the fight against terrorism. On this occasion, we once again commemorate with respect and mercy our martyr diplomat Kemal Arıkan and all our martyrs who lost their lives in the attacks of Armenian terrorist organizations.