Turkey is a country located on two continents: around 3% of the country’s territory is in Europe, in the area known as Tracy, and 97% are in Asia. Turkey is at a strategic point where economic and communication routes cross. It connects Europe’s countries with the Middle East and the areas from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean, which makes it a regional powerhouse.
Turkey is one of the twenty largest economies in the world, which is mainly influenced by the size of this country. Turkey is a member of the UN and NATO. This is one of the countries that takes part in the G20 summits. Turkey is also a candidate country for EU structures.
Polish-Turkish relations have very strong historically and colorful roots, because their official reference was already in the fifteenth century. It was the Ottoman Empire, which alone did not recognize the partitions of Poland. Currently, Poland and Turkey have 27 bilateral agreements, of which two were still in the interwar period. The first of these is the Treaty of Friendship between Poland and Turkey, signed in 1923, which contains declarations of cooperation, friendship and peaceful intentions.
On May 14th, the guest of the Radom Academy of Economics will be His Excellency Tahsin Tunç Üğdűl – Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey. The Ambassador will give a lecture on “Emerging country: Turkey’s role in the global political landscape.” The meeting within the series of International Lectures will take place at the headquarters of the RAE at Traugutta 61 a in AULA 1 at 11.00. We invite everyone to take part in the event! Free entrance!