Erdogan becomes voice of oppressed at UNGA

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From Karabakh to Jerusalem, from Cyprus to East Turkestan, from Africa to Libya, Erdogan was thanked by brotherly countries for touching upon and supporting the problems in painful geographies.

Erdogan becomes voice of oppressed at UNGA

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) had a great influence. Erdogan, who drew attention to many painful regions from Cyprus to Karabakh, from East Turkistan to the Palestinian issue, was thanked.


After Erdogan expressed his support for Azerbaijan's steps to protect its territorial integrity, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev expressed his satisfaction with this support.

"I thank President Erdogan for his support to Azerbaijan in his address to the United Nations General Assembly," Aliyev said.

"Today, as always, brotherly Türkiye stands by Azerbaijan and supports our just cause. With the Shusha Declaration, our relations have risen to a strategic alliance. You and I are taking the unshakable unity between Azerbaijan and Türkiye to new heights by always remembering the words of Heydar Aliyev, the National Leader of Azerbaijan, 'One nation, two states', which is the symbol of our brotherhood," Aliyev added.

In his speech at the United Nations General Assembly, Erdogan called for the independence of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) to be recognized by all countries of the world. This call was appreciated by Ersin Tatar, President of the TRNC.

"On the 60th anniversary of the Cyprus issue, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan invited the international community to recognize the independence of the TRNC and establish diplomatic, political, and economic ties. I would like to thank Mr. President on behalf of myself and the Turkish Cypriot people," Tatar said.

"Erdogan gave a meaningful message to China from the rostrum of the United Nations and gave the message that the East Turkestans under occupation and genocide are not alone. We thank him on behalf of all East Turkistanis," said Seyit Tumturk, President of the East Turkistan National Assembly.


Turkish President also stated that they will work for a lasting peace in Kashmir, which causes tensions between India and Pakistan occasionally. The statements were announced as breaking news in the Pakistani media.

"Erdogan is a fearless defender of the rights of the oppressed, whether Kashmiri, Palestinian or Rohingya. He has earned his reputation as the Voice of the Voiceless! Pakistanis thank President Erdogan for his steadfast support and Solidarity," Pakistani journalist Mushahid Hussain Sayed said.

Vice President of the Jammu Kashmir National Front Altaf Hussain Wani expressed his gratitude to Erdogan.

"We deeply appreciate the role of our brotherly country Türkiye, which has supported our struggle," Wani said.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also thanked President Erdogan for strengthening ties between the countries.

Erdogan's statements had wide repercussions in foreign media. The President's remarks on Karabakh came to the fore.

Source: Newsroom

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