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Meetings with International Media Representatives Residing in Turkey


Meetings with International Media Representatives Residing in Turkey
With the increase in the regional and global interest in Turkey in recent years, the number of foreign printed and visual media representatives in Turkey increased significantly. In parallel with this increase, the need of these media representatives to intensify their contacts with the decision making mechanisms and individuals, and to obtain direct information from the relevant individuals regarding the matters in the agenda, has increased day by day.
The program developed in this frame regularly brings together the foreign media representatives residing in Turkey with the persons in decision making mechanisms, who represent Turkey in different venues. The meetings, which cover the presentation of Turkey´s policies on different matters, the evaluation of current global issues and a question-answer part, are held monthly in Istanbul.
Here are the meetings held so far within the scope of this program:
* “Public Diplomacy and Turkey" and "Freedom of Press” with the participation of Deputy PM Bülent Arınç
*"Discussions on Constitution and Referendum" with the participation of Minister of Justice Sadullah Ergin
*"Economic Agenda" and "Election Campaigns and Current Developments" with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan
* “EU-13th Progress Report" with the participation of Minister for EU Affairs & Chief Negotiator Egemen Bağış
*"Energy Policies" with the participation of Minister of Energy Taner Yıldız
*"Political Improvements in Turkey after the Referendum" with the participation of Minister of Culture and Torusim Ömer Çelik
*"Assessment of the Results of June 12 Elections" with the participation of Minister of Education Nabi Avcı

Program for Briefing Foreign Media

This program aims completely at briefing foreign media. Similar to the program for foreign media representatives residing in Turkey, it covers briefing the members of foreign media all over the world, who monitor Turkey.