The Honorary Consulate of North Macedonia in Edirne was opened with a ceremony.
Edirne Governor H.
Kirbek stated that Skopje, Gostivar, the Abbey and Turkey found meaning in their hearts and had a special place in their hearts.
Our friendship comes from Taşköprü, which was built in Skopje by the world emperor Fatih Sultan Mehmet, who was born in Edirne and opened and closed the era. Our brotherhood comes from Skopje Yahya Kemal Bayatli who wrote the lines expressing our feelings. Our brotherhood comes from Manastir Military High School, where the founder received Our Republic, Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, his military education, from the Alaka Mosque, from the Turkish Bazaar, from the Harabati Baba hostel.
Kirbek emphasized that the friendship, brotherhood and bonds of love between the two countries are getting stronger day by day.
He said that Turkey’s foreign trade with North Macedonia is about $1 billion and that they hope it will reach $2 billion in the near future and $5 billion in the medium and long term through mutual cooperation.
– “Turkey is among the top 10 foreign countries investing in North Macedonia”
Bujar Osmani, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia, who speaks Turkish from time to time, emphasized that the friendship between North Macedonia and Turkey is very deep and meaningful and that this friendship is reflected in the diplomacy of the two countries.
Noting that he has a special friendship with Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Osmani thanked Cavusoglu by saying that he made great contributions to the development of relations between the two countries.
Osmani said that the consulate will take the existing relations between the two countries to a higher level.
Expressing that Turkey has always supported North Macedonia and made it feel so, Osmani said:
This support culminated in the strategic partnership agreement signed between the two countries in 2008. Turkey has always supported us and always stood by us. And our relations with the honorary consulate that was inaugurated will continue to increase. It will contribute not only to deepening cultural ties, but also to strengthening economic and social relations between the two countries. Turkey is among the top 10 foreign countries investing in North Macedonia.”
Fifth Honorary Consulate in Edirne
The head of the Committee for Equal Opportunities for Women and Men in GNAT and the deputy of the Justice and Development Party in Edirne, Fatma Aksal, emphasized that North Macedonia is a friendly and brotherly country to Turkey and that relations between the two countries are developing day by day.
Ambassador Murat Ahmet Yoruk, representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Edirne, also stated that they attach importance to the deep-rooted relationship between the two countries.
Expressing continued cooperation to strengthen the relationship between Turkey and North Macedonia in every field, York said: “The opening of the honorary consulate of North Macedonia in Edirne is a tangible indication of our mutual political will to develop our relations in all fields. Thus, five honorary consulates have been active in Edirne, namely Turkey’s gateway to the West, he said.
Edirne Mayor Recep Gurkan stated that Turkey’s relations with the Balkans continue with the same enthusiasm and determination.
Eser Cevahir, Honorary Consul of North Macedonia in Edirne, said that they will take the good relations between North Macedonia and Turkey to the highest levels with the opening of the consulate.
After the speeches, the Honorary Consulate of North Macedonia was opened in Edirne.
The opening was attended by regional bureaucracy, representatives of political parties and guests.
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