Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

With roots in Rize, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was born in Istanbul on February 26, 1954. He graduated from Kasımpaşa Piyale Primary School in 1965 and completed his high school education at Istanbul Imam Hatip School (Religious Vocational High School) in 1973. Having succeeded in the necessary examinations for additional courses, Mr. Erdoğan received a diploma from Eyüp High School as well. He received his graduation diploma from Marmara University’s Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences in 1981.

 

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Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Agenda

19Oct

President Erdoğan Attends TRT World Forum

President Erdoğan Attends TRT World ForumPresident Recep Tayyip Erdoğan attended TRT World Forum in Istanbul and shared his views on a variety of topics, including the UNSC reform, the PKK’s activities in Germany, the July 15 coup attempt, reciprocal suspension of visas between Turkey and the US, the Gulf crisis, Syrian refugees and the developments in the Rakhine state.

19Oct

“There is No Difference between Boko Haram, DAESH and FETO”

“There is No Difference between Boko Haram, DAESH and FETO”Holding a joint press conference with Nigerian President Buhari at the Presidential Complex, President Erdoğan said, “Boko Haram terror has claimed thousands of innocent lives. In our view, there is no difference between Boko Haram, DAESH and FETO,” and added: “We stand with our Nigerian brothers in their fight against terror and are ready to share our experience and knowledge.”

18Oct

“Turkey Was the Only Country to Fulfill Its Humanitarian Duty In the Face of the Atrocity in Somalia”

“Turkey Was the Only Country to Fulfill Its Humanitarian Duty In the Face of the Atrocity in Somalia”Speaking at the 40th Mukhtars Meeting at the Presidential Complex, President Erdoğan highlighted Turkey’s shared history and cultural common ground with a vast geography from the Balkans to Africa, and said: “All the geographies east and north of Ankara are one half of our heart and all the geographies west and south of Ankara are the other half. Can a man tear his heart to pieces or give up a part of it? We cannot give up our brothers and sisters there, either.”

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