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SPEAKER ŞENTOP HAS A PHONE CALL WITH THE SPEAKERS OF THREE COUNTRIES


Speaker of GNAT, Prof. Dr. Mustafa Şentop continued his meetings with Parliament Speakers of different countries on the first day of the Eid al-Adha. Parliament Speaker Şentop congratulated the Eid al-Adha on the phone with the Speaker of the Iraqi House of Representatives, Muhammed Halbusi, the Speaker of the Saudi Arabian Shura Council, Abdullah Bin Muhammed El Sheikh and the Speaker of the TRNC Republic Parliament, Zorlu Töre. July 09, 2022

Speaker of GNAT, Mustafa Şentop congratulated his counterparts and the peoples of the countries on the Eid al-Adha.

Speaker Şentop wished that the Eid al-Adha would bring the whole Islamic world and all humanity to many holidays in health and well-being, in peace and harmony.

During the meetings, bilateral relations, inter-parliamentary cooperation, regional and global political developments were also discussed, as well as mutual greetings.

Speaker of GNAT, Mustafa Şentop congratulated the Iraqi people on Eid al-Adha during a phone call with the Speaker of the Iraqi House of Representatives Muhammed Halbusi. At the meeting, where regional security issues were also discussed, attention was drawn to the contribution of the contact to be established between the Parliaments of the two countries for bilateral relations.

Speaker Şentop, who had a telephone conversation with the Speaker of the Shura Council of Saudi Arabia Abdullah Bin Muhammed El Sheikh, conveyed his congratulations on the Eid al-Adha. In the meeting, where the peoples of the mutual countries were congratulated, it was emphasized that the cooperation between the two countries would contribute greatly to the security and stability of the region.

Speaker of GNAT, Şentop congratulated the Eid al-Adha by holding a phone call with Zorlu Töre, the Speaker of the TRNC Republican Assembly. Speaker Şentop stated that Turkey will continue to fulfill its contractual and historical responsibilities for the protection of the freedom and welfare of the Turkish Cypriot people.



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