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The recent claims that Turkey pursues a policy of Neo-Ottomanism are unfounded and misleading. Turkey’s involvement in regional tensions and conflicts is merely aimed at contributing to solutions and providing assistance to foster peace and stability in its surroundings. Furthermore, Turkey, as a society comprised of communities with different ethnicities and cultures, benefits from the experience of multiculturalism and therefore has the capacity to provide fair and rational guidance to its neighbors in their internal affairs, as well as their bilateral relations with each other.

 

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Ömer Çelik
Ömer Çelik

Ömer Çelik is the Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator of the Republic of Turkey.

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