[Valid RSS]
September 24, 2022, 7:03 pm
Treanding
GIZ Bangladesh’s training held on SDG localisation in Khulna ছোটদের সহজ প্রোগ্রামিং শিক্ষায় প্রকাশিত হল বাংলা স্ক্র্যাচ বই Ditching Russian gas no way to reach climate goals : Putin চট্টগ্রামে নিরাপদ খাদ্য বিষয়ে প্রচারনা কর্মসূচি সমাপ্ত Samsung brings month-long smartphone campaign On September 6–7, Vladimir Putin will make working trip to Vladivostok Two Russian embassy workers killed in ‘suicide bombing’ Shocked & devastated by the horrific attacks : Justin Trudeau  SSC, equivalent exams begin Sept 15: Dipu Moni Ten killed in Canadian stabbing spree Russia wants UN to pressure US : media Daraz Bangladesh Anniversary Campaign – Now LIVE! realme offers upto BDT 3400 off on occasion of Daraz’s 8th anniversary General Pharmaceuticals employees will receive insurance from MetLife চট্টগ্রামের কলেজিয়েট স্কুলে নিরাপদ খাদ্য বিষয়ে প্রচারনা কর্মসূচি শুরু Bangladesh a secular country, immediate action is taken whenever minorities are attacked: PM  Two more mortar shells from Myanmar land in Bangladesh OPPO launches killer device A57 in 15-20K price range ShareTrip and Grameenphone join hands to offer exciting travel privileges ড্যাপ ২০২২-২০৩৫ এর পরিপূর্ণ বাস্তবায়নের দাবী বিআইপির

Erdogan says Turkey will have world’s best military

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Saturday, July 2, 2022
  • 149 Impressed

Erdogan says Turkey will have world’s best military

 

 

Dhaka July 02 2022 (RT) :

 

The leader said his country’s armed forces have created a ‘great and powerful’ Turkey.

Speaking at a graduation ceremony on Friday at Turkey’s National Defense University in Istanbul, Erdogan hailed the military for helping “in the construction of a great and powerful Turkey,” adding: “there is no threat that the army cannot overcome on land, at sea and in the air.”

“We will constantly be reborn and take further steps until we make the Turkish Armed Forces the number one in the world with all its elements, training, equipment, technology and experience,” the president continued.

Though he acknowledged “deficiencies and aspects that need improvement” in Ankara’s military training system, Erdogan said the opening of the National Defense University in 2017 was a major turning point, which “completely changed” education and drilling for new troops.

“We gathered all our military education and training institutions under one roof. In this joint structure, we have created a modern education system that reflects both the examples in the world and the needs of today,” he added.

The president also briefly addressed wider geopolitical issues during his speech, discussing the NATO alliance, of which Turkey is a member, and new applications from Finland and Sweden to join the bloc.

“The first step is for countries applying for membership to accept our terms and make a written commitment, and the last two countries are not members, they are subject to an invitation to membership. These are an invitation to join,” he said. “If they fulfill the conditions, we will do our part.”

Ankara initially opposed the membership applications, accusing the two Nordic states of harboring terrorist groups, but has softened its stance, now demanding that Helsinki and Stockholm agree to extradite terror suspects if they are to be admitted into NATO. Officials from all sides reached a 10-point agreement to resolve the outstanding issues earlier this week, but Erdogan later warned that Turkey could still block the move should Sweden or Finland renege on their promises.

 

Read More

Read us@googlenews

Social

More News
© Copyright: 2020-2022

Bangladesh Beyond is an online version of Fortnightly Apon Bichitra 

(Reg no: DA 1825)

Developed By Bangladesh Beyond