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A memorial ceremony was held in North Macedonia on the occasion of the 124th anniversary of the graduation of the great leader Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk from the monastery military high school.

The ceremony was attended by the Turkish Ambassador to Skopje Hasan Mehmet Itcuk, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of North Macedonia Major General Azim Nuredin, Deputy Minister of Defense of North Macedonia, at the Military High School of the former monastery, which was used as the “Monastery City Museum”. Tyrone Jagaga, Mayor of Manastir Tony Konjanovsky, Chairman of the Turkish Democratic Party (TDP) and Deputy Pekan Ilyas, Chairman of the Turkish National Unity Movement (TMBH) Erdogan Seraj, representatives of Turkish institutions and organizations and guests were present.

The ceremony began with a minute of silence in memory of Atatürk and his comrades, and those who lost their lives in the Kahramanmaraş earthquake on February 6, and the national anthems of the two countries.

Pointing out in his speech that the ceremony was held at a time when everyone was in great pain due to the earthquake disaster, Ambassador Itcock expressed his gratitude to the friend and brother of North Macedonia, which shared the pain of the Turkish nation and showed its strength. Solidarity with Turkey on its bad day.

Itkok emphasized that Mustafa Kemal turned to military education at an early age, and his lifeline began to take shape, and that the Manastir Military High School has a special place in Turkish history, and said that the city of Manastir, which has political and cultural importance, had a positive impact. On the formation of the wise personality of Mustafa Kemal.

“Ataturk was after all his life doing his best for Turkey”

Itcock said: “Ataturk has always sought self-development, self-renewal and the ability to provide the best for Turkey throughout his life, starting from military school. We must mention that Atatürk’s wisdom, love of peace and advanced thinking had a distinguished position in addition to his many traits in which he was respected Great in the world.Ataturk, who spent a large part of his life on the fronts, drew attention to the importance of the peaceful coexistence of the human family with the slogan “Peace at home, peace in the world.” He said.

Reminding that they will celebrate the centenary of the founding of the Republic of Turkey under the leadership of Ataturk this year, Itcuk emphasized that Turkey aims to progress by adding new breakthroughs to the achievements and accomplishments achieved under the leadership of Ataturk since 1923.

Nuredin, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of North Macedonia, stated that they will not forget this year because of the earthquakes that struck Turkey, and said that NATO allies and other countries of the world have intervened to deal with the repercussions of the earthquake.

Friends, in this situation, it is understandable, Nureddin said. We have sent our best, most trained and prepared personnel to deal with such a situation. Through the Turkish Embassy, ​​the Republic Protection and Rescue Forces, the Protection and Rescue Directorate, and the Red Cross, the citizens of Macedonia participated also “. Use phrases.

Pointing out that the friendship between the two countries is not only official, but also mutual and sincere, Noureddine gave examples of the training military personnel received in Turkey and the joint missions of the armies of the two countries abroad.

Emphasizing that North Macedonia and Turkey have developed sincere friendship without open problems through long-term constructive cooperation and mutual support at the bilateral and multilateral levels, Nuridin concluded his speech with Atatürk’s words “Peace at home, peace in the world.”

The military attache of the Turkish Embassy in Skopje, Colonel Serkan Şakir, gave information about Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s education and life at the Manastir Military High School, and said: “At the end of all these difficulties, he has the honor of being the founder of the Republic of Turkey, which he calls “my greatest victory.” A fact is held here The celebration, which takes place every year at the Military Academy on March 13, is the anniversary of the immortal leader of the Turkish army, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, entering the Military Academy. The participation of Turkish and Macedonian officials makes this day even more important. He said.

After the speeches, the guests visited the Atatürk Memorial Hall and signed Ambassador Itcock’s memorial book.

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