DYNAMISM & ECONOMY

  • A dynamic hub between Europe and Asia
  • A candidate country for EU
  • A member state of NATO
  • Multicultural and diverse environment
  • Home to 81 million people
  • 5 million foreigners living
  • 22 metropolitan cities

Turkey is one of the G20 countries and among G20 it has the fastest growing economy

Turkey was the center of the Silk Road, which in history provided the circulation of goods between the East and west of the world, served as a bridge in terrestrial-geographical terms and had important roles in sociological interaction. Turkey is currently the cultural, tourism and Trade Center of the world with its location that connects Asia and Europe and is surrounded by seas on three sides.

Turkey is home to 83 million people, the majority of whom are young people. In Turkey, which has 22 metropolitan cities, 5 million foreigners live. In 2019, 45 million tourists visited Turkey and Turkey placed 7th in the world by passing countries such as the UK, Germany.

Turkey is member of the ;

  • United Nations (UN)
  • G20 (Group of 20)
  • The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)
  • The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
  • The Council of Europe (COE)
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

Since 2005, Turkey is in accession negotiations with the European Union (EU), having been an associate member since 1963.

The country has rooted trade relations with Europe, Russia, Central Asia and the Middle East

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