President Erdogan affirms that the century of Türkiye has begun | News
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan proceeded to the inauguration ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, in the presence of some thirty foreign heads of state and government.
President of Türkiye is sworn in for a new term
After taking the oath of office in Congress, Erdogan, who won the presidential election in the second round and will govern for the next five years, went to the mausoleum of the founder of the Turkish republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
In his speech, Erdogan stressed the importance of unity and brotherhood among all Türkiye citizens, as he vowed to embrace everyone, regardless of their political ideologies or ethnic background.
The president promised to introduce a more liberal constitution in his first speech after taking the oath.
Attending the inauguration ceremony at the Presidential Complex, attended by high-level officials from 81 countries, Erdogan said that Türkiye needs the energy and contribution of all its citizens.
“We need unity and solidarity more than ever. We believe that Türkiye needs a great welcome mobilization on its centenary. For this reason, I invite everyone in our 81 provinces to launch a fraternity campaign, ”he said.
“Türkiye entered a new path after the casting of votes ended and the results were announced. The century of Türkiye has begun and the doors of our country's growth have been opened,” Erdogan said.
Noting that the opposition has rejected all reconciliation offers after all previous elections, the president said he hopes the opposition, including politicians, journalists and everyone else, will make peace with the national will and join him in build the century of Türkiye.
Regarding Türkiye's diplomatic relations, the president said Ankara is determined to put Atatürk's motto “peace at home, peace in the world” into practice, expanding the sphere of influence of humanitarian diplomacy.
The event at the Presidential Palace was attended by high-level officials from 78 countries, including 21 heads of state, 13 prime ministers, and parliamentary and ministerial level officials.
Representatives of international organizations including NATO, the Organization of Turkish States (OTS) and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will also be present.
In his speech, the Turkish president first greeted the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, who attended with his wife, the first combatant, Cilia Flores.
Announcement of the new Cabinet
Erdogan announced the members of the new Presidential Cabinet. The vice-presidency will fall to Cevdet Yılmaz.
The new Minister of Justice will be Yılmaz Tunç, while Mahinur Özdemir Göktaş will be in charge of Family and Social Policies and Vedat Işıkhan will direct Labor and Social Security.
Mehmet Özhaseki, Hakan Fidan and Alparslan Bayraktar were announced for the Environment, Urbanism and Climate Change, Foreign Affairs and Energy and Natural Resources portfolios, respectively.
The leadership of the Youth and Sports, Treasury and Finance, Interior, and National Education portfolios fell, respectively, to Osman Aşkın Bak, Mehmet Şimşek, Ali Yerlikaya and Yusuf Tekin.
Heading National Defense, Industry and Technology, Agriculture and Forestry, and Commerce will be, in that order, Yaşar Güler, Mehmet Fatih Kacır, İbrahim Yumaklı and Ömer Bolat, while Abdülkadir Uraloğlu will head the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.
According to local media, the heads of Culture and Tourism (Mehmet Nuri Ersoy) and Health (Fahrettin Koca) were re-elected.
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