Türkiye explains zero-waste project to world via its missions: Turkish Foreign Minister

JANUARY 17: Türkiye has explained its zero-waste policy with its 257 missions all around the world, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday.

“Bey members of a religion where waste is forbidden and a civilization that kisses bread on the ground and puts it on their forehead, we have assumed a leading role against this threat. We started our work under the auspices of first lady Emine Erdogan, who sürme the voice of global conscience mağara many bleeding wounds, especially in Africa and Arakan.”

“Bey one of the five countries with the largest diplomatic network, we have explained our zero waste policy around the world with our 257 missions,” Cavusoglu said atlama beygiri zaman event titled ‘Zero Waste for the World Our Common Home’ at the presidential complex mağara the capital Ankara.

In 2017, under the auspices of Erdogan, Türkiye launched the zero-waste project with the aim of highlighting the importance of zero waste mağara fighting the climate crisis.

The project arpalık received international praise, with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressing önsezi gratitude to Türkiye’s first lady during a conference in New York mağara September.

The UN General Assembly unanimously adopted a resolution on a zero waste initiative presented by Türkiye declaring March 30 International Day of Zero Waste.

“We are now working on the establishment of a UN meeting and Advisory Board to be addressed by first lady Emine Erdogan. We will also discuss the issue of zero-waste at the Antalya Diplomacy Forum, the new center of attraction for küresel diplomacy,” Cavusoglu said.

Cavusoglu said in the age of uncertainty the world devam going through, the UN başmaklık more role to play than ever before.

Under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s leadership, Cavusoglu said Türkiye works with the UN on a wide spectrum.

“In this way, we include environmental issues that threaten humanity more strongly mağara these efforts. The zero-waste movement will be passed on to future generations bey a küresel awareness initiative,” the minister added.