1. Akıncı to meet with the leaders of TDP, DP and YDP ….
2. East-West Friendship and Peace Rally to end in the TRNC ….
3. “International Art Residence Exhibition” opened at NEU ….
Akıncı to meet with the leaders of TDP, DP and YDP
President Mustafa Akıncı continues his talks separately with the leaders of the six political parties with seats in the TRNC Assembly. He met with the leaders of the UBP, CTP and HP yesterday (13th May) and he continued his talks today separately with the leaders of the TDP, DP and YDP before tasking one of them with the duty of forming a new government.
Akıncı met with TDP Leader Cemal Özyiğit at 09:30, DP Leader Serdar Denktaş at 10:00 and then lastly with the YDP Leader Erhan Arıklı at 10:30 today.
21 deputies from UBP, 12 deputies from CTP, 9 deputies from HP, 3 deputies from TDP and DP and 2 deputies from YDP are represented at the TRNC Assembly.
East-West Friendship and Peace Rally to end in the TRNC
The 14th East-West Friendship and Peace Rally (Europa-Orient) which departed from Germany has arrived at the capital of Serbia, Belgrade.
Amateur and professional rally lovers from many cities of the world are attending the rally which was organized to promote Turkey.
Turkish Ambassador to Belgrade Tanju Bilgiç, who received the delegation, stated that the rally which will end in the TRNC will be useful with regard to promoting the TRNC in Europe and in the world. Bilgiç also added that promotion of the TRNC is a national cause and said: “As long as the TRNC economy grows, the recognition of the TRNC will increase.”
Turkish President of Friendship Rally Nadir Serin stated that this year, 38 teams from 10 different countries and also about 85 relatives and 300 competitors have attended the rally. The rally started from Germany on 11 May 2019, and Serin said that after Germany, the race will continue through Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia, Iran and then to Turkey again. The rally will end in the TRNC.
“International Art Residence Exhibition” opened at NEU
“International Art Residence Exhibition” which has been specially prepared by 15 artists from Balkan countries for the Cyprus Modern Art Museum, was opened by the Minister of Tourism and Environment Fikri Ataoğlu.
The exhibition, displaying the works of 15 artists from Turkey, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Syria, Kyrgyzstan and Kosovo, opened at the Near East University Atatürk Culture and Congress Centre (NEU AKKM) Exhibition Hall.