The international media allocates a large space for the form “Türkiye”


The international media devoted a lot of space to the adoption by the United Nations of writing the name of Turkey in the form “Türkiye” instead of “Turkey” in foreign languages ​​at Ankara’s request.


It was the first media outlet that covered the news of the adoption of the “Türkiye” formula by the United Nations, which was widely echoed in the international media.

Several media outlets reported the news, including the American Associated Press, CBC, Al Jazeera, and France 24.

Greek media outlets such as Kathimerini and Greek City Times also reported the news.

While American media outlets such as the Washington Post, New York Times and “CNN” covered the issue by communicating with the United Nations following the publication of the first news in this regard.

And on Thursday, the UN Security Council for the first time used the writing of Turkey’s name as “Türkiye” instead of “Turkey” in foreign languages.


On Wednesday, the United Nations announced that it had approved the registration of Turkey’s name in the form “Türkiye” instead of “Turkey” in foreign languages ​​at Ankara’s request.

Turkey applied to the United Nations to register its name in other languages ​​officially approved by the international organization in the form “Türkiye” as it is written in Turkish.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has previously stressed that the name “Türkiye” is the best representative and expressive of the culture, civilization and values ​​of the Turkish people.


He recommended companies use the phrase “Made in Türkiye” instead of “Made in Turkey” on their goods for export.