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“Relying on the Partnership of Brazil” – Jovem Pan

“Relying on the Partnership of Brazil” – Jovem Pan

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of the Republic of Turkey

President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (English) Congratulations Ok Erdogan who was re-elected president of Türkiye, this Sunday, the 28th. And he will lead the country for another five years. With nearly 100% of the polls counted, Erdogan won 52.13% of the vote, against 47.87% for his opponent, opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu. He wished Lula a good mandate and said that the Turkish president could count on “Brazil’s partnership”. “I wish a good delegation, with a lot of work for the best of the Turkish people. And they count on the partnership of Brazil in global cooperation for peace and in the fight against poverty and development in the world,” the president wrote on his social networks.

Earlier, the re-elected president said he would fulfill all his promises. Victory was declared even before the official results. “We will fulfill all our promises,” said the head of state, who has been in power for 20 years, emphasizing that “every election is a rebirth.” He continued, “This election has shown that no one can attack the achievements of this nation.”

Other world leaders also spoke, like a president RussiaAnd Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Russian President congratulated his “dear friend” and that the result of the Turkish elections “is clear evidence of the Turkish people’s support for an independent international policy.” Joe BidenThe President of the United States highlighted the alliance between the two countries in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Congratulations to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his re-election. I look forward to continuing to work together as NATO Allies [a aliança militar de potências ocidentais] On bilateral issues and common global challenges,” the American leader wrote.

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president of france, Emmanuel Macron, stated that the two countries have challenges to face together and highlighted the struggle for a “return to peace” in Europe. France and Turkey face enormous challenges that must be met together. The return of peace to Europe, the future of our Euro-Atlantic alliance, the Mediterranean. “With President Erdogan, whom I congratulate on his re-election, we will continue to move forward,” Macron said. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak spoke of “continuing strong cooperation between our two countries, from growing trade to combating security threats as NATO allies”.

ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, in promoting “increasing strategic partnership for the benefit of our countries, as well as strengthening cooperation for the security and stability of Europe.” Shortly after Erdogan’s victory, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban spoke of his “unimpeachable electoral victory”. Congratulations to President Erdogan for his undisputed victory in the elections. Congratulations, Mr. President!