Congratulations from NATO and the USA
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his re-election and said, “I look forward to getting ready for the NATO Summit in July by continuing to work together.” used the phrase.
Stoltenberg, in a statement on his Twitter account, congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who was re-elected according to the provisional results of the Supreme Election Board.
“I look forward to getting ready for the NATO Summit in July by continuing to work together,” said NATO Secretary General. made its assessment.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on his success in the second round of the Presidential Elections and stated that the two countries look forward to continuing their strong cooperation.
British Prime Minister Sunak congratulated President Erdogan in a post on his Twitter account.
Sunak shared, “As NATO allies, I look forward to continuing the strong cooperation between our countries, from developing trade to tackling security threats.” used the phrase.
US President Joe Biden congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who was re-elected according to the provisional results of the Supreme Election Council (YSK).
Biden shared on Twitter, “I congratulate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the occasion of his re-election. As NATO allies, I look forward to continuing to work together on bilateral issues and common global challenges.” made his statement.
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated President Tayyip Erdoğan, who declared that he had won the presidential elections, the official results of which are not known, as a “holy friend”.
“Your election victory is the natural result of your selfless work as the head of the Turkish Republic and is a clear proof of the Turkish people’s support for you to strengthen the country’s sovereignty and pursue an independent foreign policy,” Putin said in a message to Erdogan, the Kremlin said.
“We highly appreciate your personal support in strengthening Russia-Turkey relations and mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields,” Putin said in his message.
President of Azerbaijan Aliyev called President Erdoğan by phone and congratulated him for his success in the election and said that he was waiting for Azerbaijan as soon as possible.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban congratulated Erdoğan, who led the Presidential Election ahead, on his “undisputed electoral victory”.
The Prime Minister of the Libyan National Unity Government, Abdulhamid Dibeybe, congratulated President Erdoğan for leading the election.
In the congratulatory message published on the official Facebook page of the Libyan Prime Ministry “Hukumetina”, Dibeybe said, “I congratulate my brother, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, for winning the Presidential elections for another term. The Turkish people have renewed their trust in Erdoğan and the success of their projects.” used the phrases.
Addressing the opposition, Dibeybe said, “Even if it doesn’t win, I greet the Turkish opposition because it supports the political and democratic process.” made statements.
Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamed Al Thani congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for leading the Presidential elections in Turkey.
Sheikh Temim shared on his social media account, “I congratulate my dear brother Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for his victory. I wish you success in your new term. In this period, we hope to realize the development and prosperity of the brotherly Turkish people, to develop strong relations between our countries and to conclude these relations with further development. I wish.” used the phrases.
Messages from different countries of the world
Iranian President Ibrahim Reisi congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his election success.
Evaluating the election results as “a sign of the Turkish people’s continued trust in Erdogan,” Reisi said that Turkey and Iran had good neighborly relations, mutual respect and friendly relations based on the common interests of the two nations, as well as historical, cultural and religious relations in this period. He said he will become stronger than ever before.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, in his congratulatory message shared in Turkish and Albanian on his Facebook account, said, “Congratulations on your victory, Mr. President.” used the phrases.
Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani also shared on his Twitter account by tagging President Erdogan, in Turkish, “May the partnership between Kosovo and Turkey continue by updating.” placed his message.
In his message, Osmani said, “We congratulate President Erdoğan wholeheartedly on today’s victory. I look forward to working together to develop our excellent cooperation as you continue to lead Turkey to new achievements.” used the phrases.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro also included photos of President Erdogan’s Hagia Sophia Mosque and the moments when he voted today, in his congratulatory message published on his Twitter account.
Maduro said, “Venezuela celebrates the victory of our brother and friend. Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the winner of the Turkish President and Deputy elections. We congratulate the Turkish people on this victory. We wish to continue working together to build the new world. Long live Turkey!” shared your message.
President of the Syrian Opposition and Revolutionary Forces National Coalition (SMDK), Salim al-Muslat, congratulated President Erdogan and wished him success in the new term, in a statement on Twitter. President of the Syrian Interim Government, Abdurrahman Mustafa, congratulated President Erdoğan for his success in the election in a post on his social media account. Congratulating the Turkish people, Mustafa said, “We hope this result will be for the benefit and benefit of the brotherly Syrian and Turkish peoples.” used the phrases. The Syrian National Army (SMO) groups congratulated President Erdoğan for his success in the election in their social media accounts.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Taliban interim government shared a congratulatory message from Prime Minister Mullah Mohammed Hassan Ahund on its Twitter account. Defining Turkey as a “friendly and brotherly country” in his message, Ahund congratulated President Erdogan for his success in the election. Stating that he wishes to continue the Turkish-Afghan friendship, Ahund stated that Turkey has a special place in the world and in the region.
In his message published in Turkish, French President Macron said, “There are great challenges that France and Turkey will overcome together. The return of peace to Europe, the future of our Eurasian Alliance, the Mediterranean sea. We will continue to move forward with President Erdogan, to whom I convey my congratulations on his re-election.”
Egyptian President Sisi also congratulated President Erdogan.