Monday, October 19, 2009

Erdoğan calls for new world order for sustainable peace


source: todays zaman, Link

While Javier Solana said on Monday that the future Palestinian state should be established along the 1967 borders (Link),

"Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan urged countries around the globe to work for a new order for the settlement of long-persisting problems on Monday.  The gathering was held by the Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research (SETA) in cooperation with the Center for Strategic Communication (Stratim) and the German Marshall Fund of the United States to shed broad insight on possible ways to ensure security in the Middle East...

The main theme of yesterday's gathering at the Four Seasons Hotel was “The Middle East in World Politics: Searching for Security in a Troubled Region.” Erdoğan delivered a speech at the event in which he called for a new understanding, a new approach and a new global order for the settlement of the world's problems. “This new order should embrace everyone in a fair way which regards all diversity as a source of richness,” he noted...

One of the major issues Erdoğan addressed during his speech was his unrest about conspiracy theories on the Middle East..." Link

He also said: "Peace cannot be established in the Middle East when the suffering of the Palestinians continues and the Gaza Strip remains a wreck." Link

stay tuned!


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