Arab countries support Erdogan's sortie to UN

Erdogan who said he was against the UN Security Council's "Permanent" and "Non-permanent" membership differentiation.

Arab countries support Erdogan's sortie to UN

World Bulletin / News Desk 

Ambassadors of Arab countries in Ankara supported the statements of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan who said he was against the UN Security Council's "Permanent" and "Non-permanent" membership differentiation.

Ambassadors of Arab countries assessed Erdogan's statements regarding the changes in the UN Security Council's structure to AA.

The head of the Turkey Mission of the Arab League in Ankara, Mohammad al-Fatih Najiri stressed that after the occupancy of Iraq, UN was damaged and said, "UN has to reassess Security Council. In this framework, we agree with Turkish pm hundred percent with what he said about changes in the UN. We will go to UN together and stand up for it. We will be the defenders of this argument."

Palestinian Ambassador in Ankara Nabil Maarouf noted that Erdogan's statement referring the permanent membership of UNSC was mentioned by many countries.

Kuwait's Ambassador in Ankara Abdullah Abdulaziz El-Duveyk expressed his point of view that UN and Security Council had to be reviewed seriously.

Ambassador of Egypt in Ankara Abderahman Salaheldin stressed that the matter of UNSC had to be sorted as soon as possible.

Furthermore, Ersat Hurzumlu, chief advisor of Middle East to Turkish President Abdullah Gul, noted that Erdogan touched an accurate topic and added that all countries were aware of the situation.

Palestinian Ambassador Maarouf also added that Erdogan was the most serious supporter of Palestine issue and said, "it is the clearest and bravest behaviour in the region."

Maarouf underlined that both in diplomatic and political issues in the international area, Palestine was in cooperation with the Turkish government.

Last Mod: 12 Kasım 2012, 13:27
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