President Ersin Tatar, having concluded his contacts in London, has moved on to Türkiye.
As part of his engagements in London, the president participated in the 40th-anniversary celebrations of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), met with representatives of the Turkish Cypriot community, and held discussions in the British Parliament.
President Tatar is now set to conduct further meetings in Bilecik and Konya, Türkiye.
As part of his contacts in the UK, President Tatar participated in celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the TRNC.
He visited Turkish schools, met with representatives of the Turkish Cypriot community, and engaged in discussions in the British Parliament, where he had evaluations with British parliamentarians regarding the resolution of the Cyprus issue.
President Tatar also took part in a panel at the Imperial College and delivered a lecture at Oxford University.
In interviews with the media and on television programs, he provided insights into the history of Cyprus, the Cyprus issue, and the two-state solution vision of the Turkish Cypriot side.
Having conducted intensive meetings in the UK Parliament, President Tatar urged the UK government to re-evaluate its policy on Cyprus.
President Tatar also held roundtable meetings with British parliamentarians, members of the Turkish Cypriot community in the UK, and leading think tanks, including the Royal United Services Institute.
After concluding his engagements in London, President Tatar moved on to Türkiye.
In Bilecik, he is set to participate in the opening ceremony of the 2023-2024 Academic Year at the Bilecik Şeyh Edebali University.
He will deliver a speech on “Cyprus and Its Future in Light of Current Issues” and be presented with an honorary doctorate.
President Ersin Tatar will then proceed to Konya, where he will meet with Cyprus Veterans and attend the opening of the 7th Konya Defence Industry Supplier Meetings.
He will also participate in the opening ceremony of the 2023-2024 Academic Year at Selçuk University, delivering another speech on “Cyprus and Its Future in Light of Current Issues” and will be receiving an honorary doctorate.