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"Turkish-American organizations to promote understanding between Turks and Americans and to strengthen the friendship, business and cultural ties between the two countries. Enhance the economic and social standing of Turkish-American businessmen and businesswomen within the U.S. All activities of Turkish American associations, interview with their executivies.. "

Borough President Meets the Turkish American Community

Image Ali Cinar-  November 25th, 2014 - NYPD Veteran, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams have met the Turkish American Community Leaders in Brooklyn. New York Consul General Ertan Yalcin, Deputy Consul General Reyhan Ozgur, President of Turkish American Chamber of Commerce Ali Kocak and many Turkish American businessmen  gathered together to meet the Borough President at Opera Cafe

ATAA Introduces New President Dr. Mehmet Toy

ATAA has announced today that Mr. Mehmet Celebi who has been serving as President of ATAA since April 28, 2013 has vacated this position for personal reasons and that President-Elect Dr. Mehmet Toy has assumed the role of ATAA President effective immediately. New York Region Vice president Ms. Ceren Olga Sayan will assume a new role on the ATAA Executive Committee as First VP, taking on Dr. Toy's previous responsibilities. In its written statement, ATAA congratulates Dr. Toy and Ms. Sayan on their new roles and wishes them good luck in their future endeavors on behalf of ATAA.

U.S. Chamber Welcomes Vice President Biden, Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan

Image WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosted Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan today for a meeting of American and Turkish government and business leaders to discuss ways to improve the commercial relationship between the United States and Turkey. The event also marked the launch of the Chamber’s U.S.-Turkey Business Council.

Boost for Poverty Safety Net Empowering Families in Occupied Palestinian territory

Image Ramallah, 6 May 2013––The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched today the second phase of a highly successful jobs and small business programme in the occupied Palestinian territory, implemented in partnership with the Palestinian Authority and funded through the Islamic Development Bank (IDB).

US, Turkish Officials Vow to Improve Ties

Image The third annual Turkic American Convention concluded yesterday with an Annual Gala as both sides praise the improving ties between the two countries.The Convention, which began on March 12 in Washington, D.C. in association with the Turkic-American Alliance (TAA) and the Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists of Turkey (TUSCON), was attended by over 1,000 Turkish, Turkic and American politicians, academics and businessmen.

Turkish-US Business Group to Meet in June

Image The American-Turkish Council (ATC), the largest Turkish-American business group, will hold its 31st annual meeting this year in Washington between June 10 and 13, the group has announced on its website. With more than 700 participants, the conference provides an opportunity to expand business relationships, showcase products, interact with senior government officials and military officers, exchange information and hear outstanding speakers from the United States and Turkey.  This year’s meetings will be held in the U.S. capital’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

TCA, ATAA and Members of Congress Mark 60th Anniversary of Turkey's NATO Membership

Image The Turkish Coalition of America (TCA) and the Assembly of Turkish American Associations hosted twelve Members of Congress, Turkey's Ambassador to the United States, H.E. Namik Tan, and dozens of congressional staffers at a breakfast reception to mark the 60th anniversary of Turkey's NATO membership. In his remarks at the event, Ambassador Tan highlighted Turkey's crucial role in NATO's success and underscored that a strong U.S.-Turkey relationship based on shared values of "democracy, human rights, and the rule of law" has helped NATO maintain stability despite continual global challenges.

News Corp Among 3 Bidders for Calik Media

Image News Corp, Time Warner and TPG Capital have placed bids of up to around $1 billion for the ATV-Sabah media unit of Turkey's Calik Holding, three sources close to the matter told Reuters on Monday. Calik Holding, which also has interests in energy and finance, paid $1.1 billion in 2007 for ATV-Sabah, one of Turkey's largest media groups, and two of the sources said the company did not want to make a loss on the deal.

Istanbul Mayor Attends U.S. Mayors Meeting in Baltimore

Image Topbas called on U.S. Conference of Mayors, which represents 1210 U.S. cities, to work with UCLG and support UCLG to help create habitable cities. Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbas attended the annual meeting of U.S. Conference of Mayors held in Baltimore on Friday.

Topbas made a speech at the meeting he attended as the head of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), a world organization dedicated to promoting the values, objectives and interests of cities and local governments across the world. Over 1000 cities from 95 countries are direct members of UCLG.

Topbas called on U.S. Conference of Mayors, which represents 1210 U.S. cities, to work with UCLG and support UCLG to help create habitable cities and contribute to global peace.
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