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There is also no supporting evidence for the conclusion that her visit to Syria did jeopardize UNHCR operations in the region or cause discredit to UNHCR; in fact, in November 2013 she was still receiving calls on her mobile phone from the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and she even received an email regarding a work request on her personal address, which was sometimes given as an alternate email, from the Office of Human Rights of the Turkish Government; this shows that the Government of Case No. (...) UNDT/2015/008 Page 11 of 18 Turkey had no problem to continue working with her; also, no inquiry was launched against her by the Turkish authorities; e. To be separated from service for having participated in a humanitarian mission and supported women and children in a war situation is not justified; rather, it is an arbitrary act by UNHCR that is obviously politically motivated, in order not to damage UNHCR relation with the Turkish Government; f. (...) In the present case, while Syria is in the midst of a publicised armed conflict, it is established that the Applicant, a Turkish national employed as the Senior Secretary to the UNHCR Representative in Turkey, dealing mainly with senior officials of the Turkish Government, was photographed with the Syrian President presenting him voluntarily with a flag reading “do not yield”, and that photograph was published in the Turkish media and posted on Facebook.
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Score: 1328998.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-008.pdf
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L/11/Add: 3 Page 2 The Turkish Government is favourable to the idea of harmonising the customs treatment granted by various governments to commercial samples and advertising materials through the adoption of an appro- priate Convention. (...) The Turkish Government is of the opinion that governments should be at liberty to require such a document. (...) The Turkish Government is not in a position to support the recommendation that such a Convention should be adopted. . .. ..
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Score: 1280766.7 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070808.pdf
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In the context, the Turkish Education Law No. 2547 allows the Turkish government to exercise control over Turkish universities, preventing its functional and administrative independence, and despite some articles of this law give independence to some members of the academic system in Turkey, it remains, however, an ineffective right due to the Turkish government's policies that constantly targets academic institutions and its members. [14: An Overview of Academic Freedom in Turkey: Re-Thinking Theory and Praxis. (...) Since then, the Turkish government pursuits and arrests the members of the Turkish academic community, especially the group of scientists who signed this document, and some of whom are released periodically and continuously in response to the demands of various human rights organizations. (...) It is worth noting that the Turkish government encourages university presidents to expel academics and target them constantly.
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Score: 1280453.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ion/Submissions/NGOs/MAAT.docx
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The claim in the review that “due to the continued illegal occupation of 36.2% of the territory of the Republic of Cyprus by Turkish military forces since 1974, the Government of the Republic of Cyprus does not exercise effective control over all of its national territory” contradicts the realities on the island and is totally unacceptable. (...) Hence, ever since the forcible expulsion in 1963 of the Turkish Cypriot co-founder partner from the Government of the partnership Republic, there has been no single constitutional Government representing both peoples of the island or capable of representing, legally or factually, the whole of Cyprus. (...) The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development offers a unique opportunity for countries to integrate sustainable development policies into their national policies and deal with global challenges. Although the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is unfairly excluded from the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals, the Government of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is firmly committed to continuing to include the Sustainable Development Goals in its own development plan and to taking action for the effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
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Score: 1256653 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...s/documents/2021/e202179_0.pdf
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Torture is a systematic policy: specific incidents of torture of citizens by members of the Turkish security agencies Torture and ill-treatment are used by Turkish security agencies to silence and shut up political oppositions and human rights activists who criticize the Turkish government and its various policies or to punish, intimidate, and forcefully extract confessions from them, despite the fact that Article XVII of the Turkish constitution provides for preventing torture and criminalizing it because it contradicts human dignity. (...) And in the context, the Istanbul Protocol against Torture signed by the Turkish government stipulates the necessity of conducting medical examinations for detained persons continuously; however, the Turkish government failed to comply with it. It is worth noting that the Turkish government says that it lives up to its zero-tolerance policy on torture, but at the practical level, and despite the legal articles criminalizing torture in Turkey, there are some torture cases committed by the Turkish security personnel in official detention centers, prisons, and places outside the prison, in addition to an excessive and disproportionate interference in the application of the law that levels up to torture in gatherings and demonstrations.
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Score: 1254468.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ure/Call/NGOs/MaatforPDHR.docx
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It will be recalled that, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in a Nota Verbale forwarded to the Turkish Embassy in Moscow on 3 May 1984, stated that the USSR, with respect to the boundries of the Exclusive Economic Zone in the Black Sea, intends to comply with the boundry determined by the "Agreement between the Government of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Government of the Republic of Turkey concerning the delimitation of the Continental Shelf in the Black Sea" dated 23 June 1978.2/ (2) The Turkish Government, in a Note Verbale forwarded to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR by the Turkish Embassy in Moscow on 26 September 1984, informed that it took note of the statement contained in the Soviet Note Verbale of 3 May 1984 and further stated that it considered the boundry determined in the Continental Shelf Agreement between the two countries to be also valid for the Economic Zone, in conformity with the common understanding expressed in the preambule of the Continental Shelf Agreement and the special features of the Black Sea. (...) There already exists an accord between the Turkish Government and the Government of the USSR to the effect that the existing Continental Shelf boundry in the Black Sea should be applicable for the Turkish and Soviet Exclusive Economic Zones. (...) The Republic of Turkey proposes that this agreement be effected through an exchange of Note and requests the USSR Government to confirm and state that the boundry determined by the Continental Shelf delimitation Agreement of 23th June 1978, between the Turkish and USSR Governments should be valid for the delimitation of their respective Exclusive Economic Zones.
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Score: 1240271 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...LES/TREATIES/RUS-TUR1987EZ.PDF
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This law caused many violations to human rights, including the following: [7: مرجع سبق ذكره] [8: مرجع سبق ذكره] [9: مرجع سبق ذكره] Restricting the freedom of journalists: The Turkish government passed a decision on December 1, 2019 to cancel the press cards of 685 journalists for allegedly posing a threat to Turkish national security[footnoteRef:10]. (...) حملة للقبض على ضباط بالجيش بتهمة الانتماء للمعارضة ، http://bit.ly/30PZVnB] [16: السلطات التركية تعتقل رئيس بلدية ونائبته بتهمة الانتماء لحزب العمال الكردستاني ، مورنت كارلو الدولية ، http://bit.ly/2sN3XR4] In this context, on June 5, 2020, the Turkish government arrested three opposition MPs after the parliament dropped their membership, from the Republican People's Party and the People's Democratic Party, which are parties opposed to the policies of the ruling party in Turkey. (...) [footnoteRef:20] [20: نفس المصدر السابق ذكره] · Recommendations · The necessity to follow the diplomacy of "prevention is better than cure", by digging out the roots of terrorism and combating it with pre-emptive plans and measures, which requires activating the elements of sustainable development through the development of medium and long-term development plans by governments to work to eliminate basic and fundamental causes of terrorism. · The growing interest in education and culture, and working hard to raise the culture and awareness of peoples; which is the key reason behind a large percentage of extremism and terrorism, as terrorist groups exploit the ignorance of its followers, which requires governments to take advantage of their media and cultural platforms in order to draw a clearer, and more informed picture of the collective mind of their peoples. · The need to pressure the Turkish authorities to amend the Turkish law and its broad terms that do not protect against arbitrary interference, especially articles 6 and 7 of the Turkish Anti-Terror Law, and articles 215 and 216 of the Turkish Criminal Code. · The international community needs to pressure the Turkish government to respect the provisions of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and to abide by its provisions; especially what is stated in the second paragraph of Article 19, which stipulates the right to freedom of expression in any form, whether written or printed, in artistic form or by any other means, and the tight to receive or transfer it to individuals. · The Qatari government must stop supporting and supporting terrorist groups, and amend the terrorism law to bring it in line with international agreements and covenants المنظمة حاصلة على المركز الاستشاري الخاص في المجلس الاقتصادي والاجتماعي منذ 2016 Organization in special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council since 2016 Address: 148 MisrHelwan El-Zyrae Road , El Matbaa Sq, Hadayek El Maadi, 4th Floor, No 41 , Cairo, Egypt 148 طريق مصر حلوان الزراعي - المطبعة – ح المعادي - الدور الرابع - شقة 41 - القاهرة | ص.ب : 490 المعادي PO Box : 490 El Maadi E-mail : maat@maatpeace.org Website: www.maatpeace.org  Mob. +201226521170 Telefax. 00 (20) (2) 25344707 Tel. 00(20) (2) 25344706
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Score: 1239608.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...pmentAndHumanRightsGA75CT.docx
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Printing - Delimitation Treaties InfoBase page 1| Delimitation Treaties Infobase | accessed on 14/03/2002 DOALOS/OLA - UNITED NATIONS Protocol between the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Government of the Republic of Turkey concerning the Establishment of the Maritime Boundary between Soviet and Turkish Territorial Waters in the Black Sea 17 April 1973 The Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Government of the Republic of Turkey, Having regard to the good-neighbourly relations between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Republic of Turkey and Desiring to establish the maritime boundary between Soviet and Turkish territorial waters in the Black Sea, Have decided to conclude this Protocol and have for that purpose appointed as their plenipotentiaries: P. (...) Ermoshin, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, for the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Mustafa Kenanoglu, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, for the Government of the Republic of Turkey, Who, having exchanged their full powers, found in good and due form, have agreed as follows: Article 1 The Contracting Parties agree that the maritime boundary between Soviet and Turkish territorial waters in the Black Sea, beginning at the terminal point of the State land boundary between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Republic of Turkey situated on the sea coast, shall follow an azimuth of 290 degrees until its intersection with the outer limit of the territorial waters (12 nautical miles) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Republic of Turkey. (...) DONE at Ankara on 17 April 1973, in duplicate in the Russian and Turkish languages, both texts being equally authentic.
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Score: 1235780.4 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...LES/TREATIES/GEO-TUR1973MB.PDF
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Statement attributable to PGA on attempt to overthrow Turkish Government | General Assembly of the United Nations Welcome to the United Nations. (...) English Navigation General Assembly of the United Nations President of the 70th session—a new commitment to action Home Main Menu PGA 70th Session General Assembly About the President Biography Commitment to Transparency Election of the President Team Past Presidents From The President President’s Blog Calendar Letters Statements Media UN Press Releases PGA Press Releases PGA Media Briefings Photos Videos Events Event FAQ Report on R2P Antimicrobial Resistance WSIS+10 IPoA 10 years R2P UNGASS 2016 SDGs Religions for Peace UN, Peace & Security Commodity Markets Violent Extremism HIV/AIDS Human Rights Day against Nuclear Tests Culture of Peace SG Selection Return to Content You are here: Home › Statement attributable to PGA on attempt to overthrow Turkish Government Statement attributable to PGA on attempt to overthrow Turkish Government July 16, 2016 in Statements Statement attributable to the President of the UN General Assembly on the attempt to overthrow the Turkish Government New York, 16 July 2016 — The President of the UN General Assembly H.E. Mogens Lykketoft today condemned the attempt to overthrow the Turkish Government: “I strongly condemn the attempt from groups in the armed forces to overthrow the government of Turkey and express my sincere condolences for the lives lost during the coup attempt.
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Score: 1227429.4 - https://www.un.org/pga/70/2016...-overthrow-turkish-government/
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Oğuz Demiralp Permanent Representative of the Republic of Turkey to the United Nations Delivered at the Press Conference launching a communication campaign on road safety during the 2010 FIBA Basketball World Championship in Turkey Geneva, 26 August 2010 Starting at 11.a.m Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very happy, on behalf of the Turkish Government, to participate to this official launching of the road safety communication campaign under the 2010 FIBA Basketball World Championship, to be held in Turkey. The Turkish Government, the Turkish Basketball Federation (TBF) and the Turkish National Police (TNP), are very happy to support this excellent initiative of UNECE and FIBA We all know that road safety is a great challenge for the community and deserves effective and enhanced collaboration and action. (...) FIBA’s readiness and commitment to promote at global level, together with UNECE, the road safety messages, is of great importance for the international community. The Turkish Government, as well as the Turkish National Police and our Basketball Federation warmly welcome and fully support the initiative.
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Score: 1222542.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...A_UNECE_Demiralp_Statement.pdf
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