Thursday, 27 June 2013
Turkish Family and Social Policies Minister Fatma Şahin held talks with Secretary General of the Council of Europe Thorbjørn Jagland, who is on a visit to Turkey. After the meeting she said that “the process of EU integration strengthens Turkey’s positions and weight”, Turkish NTV reported.

Later on the minister wrote on her twitter page about her impressions from the meeting with Mr Jagland, as follows: “Apart from Secretary General of the Council of Europe Thorbjørn Jagland, who told me literary the following: “Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a Noble Prize candidate if he manages to solve the Kurdish issue”, is also Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee”.

At the meeting Minister Şahin confessed that the violence over women in Turkey was a problem of the society and there was a need to take the necessary steps in this field.
Source: Focus


parisclaims said...

The prize is a joke. Hitler was nominated once, and Arafat actually won it once, as did Obummer.

Anonymous said...

Sadat also won it for NOT killing any jews that year...

Anonymous said...

Who really decides who will be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize?

In this case, more likely the sultan himself. In general, since Arafat was nominated, it seems the islamic world is more and more obtaining heavy influence on the nomination, which the Nobel Peace Prize Committee executes.

"A Saudi award to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his 'service to Islam' underscores Saudi backing for Turkey's bid to take a more activist role as a Middle East power broker."

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