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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Turkey)
|Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Dışişleri Bakanlığı|
Statue of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk in Embassy of Turkey, Washington, D.C.
|Formed||2 May 1920 (2 May 1920)|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Turkey|
|Headquarters||Dr. Sadık Ahmet Cad.
|Annual budget||₺5.786.984.000 (2021)|
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Turkish: Dışişleri Bakanlığı) is a government ministry of the Republic of Turkey, responsible for the nation's foreign policy and international relations. Established on 2 May 1920, its primary duties are administering diplomatic missions, negotiating international treaties and agreements, and representing the Republic of Turkey at the United Nations. The ministry is headquartered in the Turkish capital of Ankara and counts on more than 200 missions as embassies, permanent representation offices and consulates general, abroad.
- Directorate-Generals for Bilateral Political Affairs
Representative Offices inside Turkey
- İstanbul Representative Office
- İzmir Representative Office
- Antalya Representative Office
- Edirne Representative Office
- Gaziantep Representative Office
- Hatay Representative Office
Main issues regarding Ministry of Foreign Affairs
|Turkey and the EU|
|Turkey's Security (NATO)|
|Controversy between Turkey and Armenia about the Events of 1915|
|The Turkish Straits|
|Resolution of Conflicts and Mediation|
|Arms Control and Disarmament|
|Turkish Citizens Living Abroad|
|Turkey’s Multilateral Transportation Policy|
|Turkey on Irregular Migration|
|Turkey on Trafficking in Human Beings|
|Combating Organized Crime|
|Turkey’s Humanitarian Assistance|
|Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Turkey|
|The Alliance of Civilizations Initiative|
Excluding Honorary Consulates, Turkey is represented through 236 official missions, of which 142 are embassies, 12 are permanent representations, 81 are Consulate Generals and two are trade offices. With 235 missions, Turkey ranks sixth in the world after China (276), United States (273), France (267), Japan (247) and Russia (242).
Of the 236 Turkish ambassadors in service as of March 2016, 37 are women.
Republic of Turkey is a member of 26 international organizations. The contact between these organizations and Turkey is maintained by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- List of diplomatic missions of Turkey
- Foreign relations of Turkey
- Politics of Turkey
- Republic of Turkey
- List of Ministers of Foreign Affairs (Turkey)
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ottoman Empire)
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