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

10Dec

“As Turkey Strives For Peace, Stability and Security, Some Strive For Conflict”

“As Turkey Strives For Peace, Stability and Security, Some Strive For Conflict”Speaking at the AK Party Sivas Provincial Congress, President Erdoğan said, “Fundamental rights and freedoms are being recklessly violated by countries which are supposedly the cradle of advanced democracy. They want us to remain silent in the face of this situation. They expect us to step aside, submit to injustice and consent to the order of oppression built upon the blood of innocent children.”

10Dec

Presidential Spokesperson Kalın: “Israel Should End the Occupation of Palestinian Lands Instead of Attacking Our Country and Our Leader”

Presidential Spokesperson Kalın: “Israel Should End the Occupation of Palestinian Lands Instead of Attacking Our Country and Our Leader”Presidential Spokesperson Kalın said, “It is not possible to take seriously the allegations and accusations made by a mentality, which massacred thousands of Palestinians, turned the lands of the Palestinians into an open-air prison, in order to suppress its guilt,” in a written statement on the remarks by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, targeting the Republic of Turkey and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

09Dec

“U.S. Decision on Al-Quds Has No Validity”

“U.S. Decision on Al-Quds Has No Validity”Speaking at the closing ceremony of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Week, President Erdoğan said, “Al-Quds cannot be left to the mercy of a country which has been imposing state terror on Palestinians for years. The fate of Al-Quds cannot be handed over to an occupying state which seized the lands of Palestinians in 1967 without any regard for law or ethics. That would be handing the lamb over to a wild wolf. Al-Quds is the apple of our eye.”

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