Turkish cabinet member Bayraktar: Turkish schools abroad will be appreciated better in the future


Date posted: May 24, 2013

Minister of Environment and City Planning, Mr. Erdogan Bayraktar: “Turkish schools are representing our country successfully. The importance of these services will be better understood better in the future.”

Minister of Environment and City Planning, Mr. Erdogan Bayraktar visited the Rainbow International Turkish School in Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. Students welcomed the minister with roses in the entrance of the school. The general manager of Rainbow International Schools Mr. Esref Saglam, who is a fellow townsman of the minister, said the school is currently educating 65 students.

Minister Bayraktar said, “He always visit Turkish schools in all countries that he travels. They are representing our country successfully. I congratulate with all my heart ‘education volunteers’ who are serving far away from their home country. Importance of these services will be understood better in the future.”

After signing the diary for the remembrance of his visiting the school, Minister Bayraktar presented a vase to Mr. Saglam.

Source: StarGundem, 17 May 2013

Disclaimer: The original article is in Turkish. Slight deviations from the original meaning may have occurred due to the difficulties in translating phrases and idioms. PII volunteers translated the article.


Related News

Georgia: MEP Rebecca Harms on Asylum for Cabuk

Member of European Parliament Rebecca Harms, on a visit to Georgia to lobby for Mustafa Cabuk’s asylum in Georgia, visited Cabuk in prison. Prior to her visit, GEORGIA TODAY met her for an exclusive interview.

Is Erdogan’s smile worth more than the tears of Pak-Turk students?

Around 400 Turks living in Pakistan have been ordered by the Pakistani government to leave in next three days. Isn’t it deplorable that the government has to do so only to bring a radiant smile on Erdogan’s face? Is Erdogan’s smile worth more than the tears of Pak-Turk students?

Didier Reynders welcomes a delegation of young artist of the International Festival “Colors of the World” in the Egmont Palace

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign affairs Didier Reynders has met with 20 children participating in the International Festival of Language and Culture “Colors of the World”, which is hosted tomorrow, June 6, in the Forest National concert hall.

President Gul says debates over prep schools should not lead to ‘resentment’

Turkish President Abdullah Gül has said ongoing debates over a recent controversy over the government’s move to shut down prep schools should not lead to “resentment.” The government’s plan to ban private tutoring institutions that train students for high school and university entrance exams has divided society and led to fear among some segments of the public that socioeconomic differences may further affect students’ academic achievement after the closure.

Prep schools and market rules

The Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government decided recently to close down preparatory schools, establishments that help Turkish students prepare for high school and college entrance exams. In a free market economy, whenever there is a demand for a good or service, its corresponding supply is created naturally; it’s that simple. However, the debate became furious and shifted into the political arena.

Yamanlar Koleji crowns Turkey with second gold medal

Furkan Bahar, a student from Yamanlar Koleji, a private high school in İzmir, has won a gold medal at the 46th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) held in Hanoi, Vietnam between July 20 and 28. IChO welcomed representatives from 77 countries. Bahar, a member of the national chemistry team appointed by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK), became the winner of Turkey’s only gold medal in the competition.

Latest News

Fethullah Gülen’s Condolence Message for South African Human Rights Defender Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Hizmet Movement Declares Core Values with Unified Voice

Ankara systematically tortures supporters of Gülen movement, Kurds, Turkey Tribunal rapporteurs say

Erdogan possessed by Pharaoh, Herod, Hitler spirits?

Devious Use of International Organizations to Persecute Dissidents Abroad: The Erdogan Case

A “Controlled Coup”: Erdogan’s Contribution to the Autocrats’ Playbook

Why is Turkey’s Erdogan persecuting the Gulen movement?

Purge-victim man sent back to prison over Gulen links despite stage 4 cancer diagnosis

University refuses admission to woman jailed over Gülen links

In Case You Missed It

Kimse Yok Mu reaches out to Pakistan with food assistance

600 complaints filed alleging slander, libel against Gülen

Fethullah Gulen – a humanist par excellence

Fethullah Gulen: No Return from Democracy!

Dedicated couples teaching Turkish to the world

World’s oldest temple closed to visitors due to excavation team links with Gülen

Dismissed after coup attempt, teacher detained during visit to imprisoned relative

Copyright 2022 Hizmet News