ASSAM Congresses - 2nd Congress

Islamic Economy and Common Economic Systems

DECLARATION OF THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE ISLAMIC UNION OF ASSAM

GENERAL

The aim of International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses is to make establishments on an academic and political basis concerning the current problems in world politics, especially in the geography of Islamic Countries and to present a state style to the decision makers about the institutions required for the collection of a will and the legislation of Islamic Countries.

The first of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses was held with representatives of NGOs from 27 Islamic Countries and it was decided to ensure continuity as a result of consultation.

The main topics of the series of "International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses", which were first implemented in 2017 by taking the main fields of activity of the states into consideration, and planned to be carried out every year, are as follows;

  • Establishment of the Legislation of the Administrative Structure and Organs for the Islamic Union (2017-made)
  • Establishment of Economic Cooperation Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2018)
  • Establishment of Defense Industry Cooperation Procedures and Principles for Islamic Union (2019),
  • Establishment of Common Defense System Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2020)
  • Establishment of Common Foreign Policy Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2021)
  • Establishment of the Principles and Procedures of the Common Judicial System for the Islamic Union (2022)
  • Establishment of Common Public Order and Security Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2023)

 

The above were selected and the institutions required to gather Islamic countries under a will and the legislation of these institutions are intended to be introduced as a model.

The First Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and the Islamic World NGO Association (IDSB) on November 23-24, 2017.

The First International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of civil society organizations from 27 Islamic Countries and academics.

At the Congress, abstracts and declarations presented by 31 academicians from 11 countries were published on the ASSAM website. (i)

As a result of the Congress, it was concluded that “the Parliament of Islamic Countries” should be established and each Islamic country should create the “Ministry of Islamic Union” through their Council of Ministers, the “Declaration of the Confederation of Islamic Countries” was approved by ASSAM's Board of Directors and was also approved by 109 NGO officers from 29 countries, 70 of which was from Turkey, and was announced to the world public opinion through the press. (ii)

Furthermore, a model constitution was drafted for the Confederation of Islamic Countries, taking into account the provisions highlighted in the declaration. (iii)

SECOND OF THE CONGRESS;

will be held in İstanbul with the participation of Üsküdar University (ÜÜ), Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER), The Union of NGO’s the Islamic World (UNIW), International Muslim Scholars Association (UMAD) and International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) on November 01-02-03, 2018 under the title of “ISLAMIC ECONOMY AND COMMON ECONOMIC SYSTEMS”.

The following congresses are planned to be held in different countries in cooperation with NGOs of Islamic Countries under the auspices and coordination of ASSAM.

The language of the congress will be in Turkish, English and Arabic. There will be a simultaneous translation in the presentation of the declarations. Abstracts and declarations will be converted into books and published on ASSAM web site, and the abstracts will also be published in ASSAM International Peer-Reviewed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) in electronic format. The results of the congress, which will be prepared for execution, will be sent to decision-making mechanisms and to all guests and participants from the Islamic world, and will be published on the ASSAM website.

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

The Islamic geography of 60 countries, having 60 of 193 member states of the United Nations Organization (31% of the member states), 1.6 billion of the world's population of 7,145 billion (22.5% of the world's population), 19 million km2 of the world’s land of 150 million km2 (12.8% of the world's land) has the following with the block they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  • Located in the center of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the World Island;
  • Controls the Strait of Gibraltar which is considered as the entrance gates of the Mediterranean, the biggest inland sea of the World, Red Sea and Black Sea as well as Bab-El-Mandeb, Dardanelles and Istanbul Straits and the Suez Canal,
  • Has coasts to Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Caspian Sea,
  • Land and sea border neighbor to Asia, Europe and Africa continents, super powers of the world such as European Union, Russia, India, Russia and sea border neighbor to the United States of America.
  • Has the opportunity to become an unrivaled center of world land, air and sea transportation routes,
  • Owns 55.5% of world petroleum reserves and 45.6% of the production, 64.1% of natural gas reserves, and 33% of the production;
  • Has a potential power to be the superpower of the future by combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical accumulation with its opportunities, efforts and goals.

 

GLOBAL ATTACKS ON THE ISLAMIC WORLD

The Islamic world, in its geography where it should be sovereign, has been turned into the front of the undeclared, insidious, dirty and asymmetric Third World War, where the elements of ethnic and sectarian differences within the unitary structures of each Islamic country are made fought with one another.

Terrorist organizations The Taliban and al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Anti Balaka in Middle Africa, Revolutionary People's Liberation Front (DHKP-C) and Communist /Marxist /Leninist Party of Turkey, PKK, PYD, FETÖ/PYD in Turkey, Al-Nusra Front, DAESH, PYD and Tahrir al-Sham in Syria, which have drowned Turkey and the Islamic geography in blood and tears and turned into ruins, operate in the control and support of the global powers.

Despite the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into turmoil with the interventions of the imperialist Western states. As a result of this turmoil, great suffering and destruction are experienced in the Islamic geography. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes and homelands or left to die. Thousands of Muslims die in different ways on the way of migration, while those who succeed in migration are forced to live in poverty and misery.

According to the data of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2016, only 5 million Syrian citizens have emigrated. This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian refugees have migrated to Turkey (2.749.140), Iraq (249.726), Jordan (629.128), Egypt (132.275), Lebanon (1.172.753) and other places in North Africa. Apart from these figures, there are intensive attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lose their lives at the Mediterranean Sea. Despite these disadvantages, the number of asylum seekers applied to Europe has increased to more than 270,000.

The Third World War continues as an undeclared war against the Islamic countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims who were left without authority tried to maintain their existence by establishing small states, but they lost unity and togetherness so they became easy prey for the global powers. The United States, the European Union and the Commonwealth of Independent States aim to establish authority in Islamic countries in order to take over the Islamic geography by carrying out proxy wars (asymmetrical wars) through terrorist organizations they control.

THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE ISLAMIC CONFERENCE OF ASSAM

Will be held in Istanbul on November 01-03 2018.

Topics related to the principles and procedures of Economic Cooperation for the Islamic Union will be examined under the heading “Islamic Economy and Common Economic Systems”.

The purpose of this Congress;

is to determine and develop the economic cooperation opportunities between Islamic Countries in the light of the provisions guiding economic life in Islamic Jurisprudence on the way to Islamic Union.

The topics of the declarations submitted by the academics attending the Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress shall be examined under the following headings for the clarification of the topics in Annex A:

  • Economics of Islam
  • Economic Potentials and Structural Characteristics of Islamic Countries
  • Economic and Commercial Cooperation Between Islamic Countries
  • Trade Volume and Potential Among Islamic Countries
  • Fundamental Economic Problems in Islamic Countries
  • Enhancing Cooperation Among Islamic Countries
  • Cooperation in Financial Sector

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline : 15 August 2018
  2. Announcement of accepted abstracts : 15 September 2018
  3. Submission deadline for full texts : 01 October 2018
  4. Date of Congress : 01-02-03 November 2018

 

ASSAM Congresses

Executive Committee

 

(i) https://www.ASSAMcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/the-islamic-union-congress-abstract-book.html

(ii) https://www.ASSAMcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/congress-17-declaration.html

(iii) https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution.html

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Congress Main Topics

Topics related to the principles and procedures of Economic Cooperation for the Islamic Union will be examined under the heading “Islamic Economy and Common Economic Systems”.

The purpose of this Congress;

is to determine and develop the economic cooperation opportunities between Islamic Countries in the light of the provisions guiding economic life in Islamic Jurisprudence on the way to Islamic Union.

The topics of the declarations submitted by the academics attending the Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress shall be examined under the following headings for the clarification of the topics in Criteria for Determining the Economic Strength;

  • Economics of Islam

  • Economic Potentials and Structural Characteristics of Islamic Countries

  • Economic and Commercial Cooperation Between Islamic Countries

  • Trade Volume and Potential Among Islamic Countries

  • Fundamental Economic Problems in Islamic Countries

  • Enhancing Cooperation Among Islamic Countries

  • Cooperation in Financial Sector

 

 

CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING THE ECONOMIC STRENGTH OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

a.     The provisions guiding economic life in Islamic jurisprudence (in Qur'an and Sunnah).

1)    Concepts and Methodology of Islamic Economics

2)    Consumption and Production in Islamic Economics

3)    Role of State in Islamic Economics Model

4)    Insurance in Islamic Economics Model

5)    Interest-Free Banking in Islamic Economic Model

6)    Application of Zakat in Islamic Economic Model and Fiscal Policy

7)    Economic Development in the Islamic Economic Model

8)    Economic Cooperation Between Islamic Countries

b.     The Labor Force of the Islamic Countries;

1)     Workforce Policy

2)    Workforce Training

3)    Workforce Status

4)    Unemployment

5)    Workers go abroad and come back

6)    Working Conditions and Procedures

7)    Employee-Employer, Employee-State relations

c.     Production items and capacities of Islamic Countries

1)    Agricultural product production items and capacities

a)    Agricultural Policies, Development Programs, Realization Rates

b)    The Effect of Agricultural Technology on Productivity

c)     Activities and Production of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Fishing, and Forestry

d)    Sufficiency Status of Agricultural Products

2)    Industrial Product Production Items and Capacities

a)    Industrialization policies

b)    Industry Sectors, Output

c)     Distribution of Workers in the Industry to the Labor and Industry Branches

d)    Underground Mines

e)     Energy Production and Sufficiency Status

f)      Defense Industry Production

I.               Production of war weapons, tools and equipment

II.            External Dependence as Defense Industry

III.          Strategic Materials and Stocks

3)    Trade Capacities

a)    Domestic and Foreign Trade Policies

b)    Trading Companies and Professional Organizations

c)     Price Movements

d)    Import and Export Goods and Related Countries

e)     Restrictions on Foreign Trade, Sensitivity of the Economy of Country

f)      Related International Economic Organizations

g)    Balance of Payments

4)    Tourism and Promotion

a)    Tourism Policy and Education

b)    Inbound Tourists to the Country

c)     Tourism Promotion Activities

d)    Tourism Agreements

e)     Hotels, Motels and Camping Areas

f)      Projects

5)    Fiscal Policies

a)    Budget, Emission Status, Currency Value, Gold and Foreign Currency Status, Loans

b)    Aspects of Budget Changes Compared to Previous Years

c)     Fiscal and Monetary Policies of States

d)    Invested Areas and Their Distribution by Production Sites

d.     Export Items and Capacities of Islamic Countries

1)    Agricultural Product Export Items and Capacities

2)    Industrial Product Export Items and Capacities

e.     Import Items and Capacities of Islamic Countries

1)    Agricultural Product Import Items and Capacities

2)    Industrial Product Import Items and Capacities

f.      National Income and Distribution of Islamic Countries

g.     Fundamentals and principles of economic cooperation implemented between the world countries

h. Fundamentals and principles of economic cooperation that can be established between Islamic countries

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Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress Calendar

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline : 15 August 2018
  2. Announcement of accepted abstracts : 15 September 2018
  3. Submission deadline for full texts : 01 October 2018
  4. Date of Congress : 01-02-03 November 2018
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Science Committee '18

  1. Prof. Dr. Mehmet ZELKA
  2. Dr. Ali KARADAGI
  3. Prof. Dr. Seyfettin ERDOGAN
  4. Prof. Dr. Ahmet INCEKARA
  5. Prof. Dr. Ishak TORUN
  6. Prof. Dr. Zekai OZDEMIR
  7. Prof. Dr. Nese ERI
  8. Prof. Dr. Salih OZTURK
  9. Prof. Dr. Arif YAVUZ
  10. Prof. Dr. Suleyman ULUDAG
  11. Prof. Dr. A. Vahap BAYDAS
  12. Assoc. Prof. Yucel AYTICAY
  13. Assoc. Prof. Ayfer GEDIKLI
  14. Assoc. Prof. Cagri YILDIRIM
  15. Assoc. Prof. Elif Haykir HOBIKOGLU
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Islamic Economics and Common Economic Systems Congress Program

01 November 2018 THURSDAY

09:00-10:00

  REGISTRATION

10:00-12:00

  Opening and Protocol Speeches

12:00-14:00

  Lunch-Prayer-Rest

First Session

14.00-15.00

SOURCES OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

BASIC ECONOMIC ISSUES IN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

HALL A

HALL B

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Yakup BULUT

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Cengiz TORAMAN

From Foreign Domination to The Economic İndependence Of the Islamic World

Prof. Dr. Ali Muhyiddin KARADAĞİ

Saudi Arabia

Economic Problems in Islamic Countries: Chad Case

Dr. Yahya Abdullah AHMED

Chad

Things to do Changes in the Economic System in Terms of Islamic Economy

Dr. Enes Süleyman Ahmet AGBARIA

Palestine

Production and Consumption Decisions in Islamic Economy Model

Prof. Dr. Abdulmecid El NACCAR

Tunis

Ibn Khaldun's Economic Thought and Its Contribution to Contemporary Economy

Prof. Dr. Alpaslan AÇIKGENÇ

Turkey

Somali Economy and Relations with Turkey

Doç. Dr. Harun ŞAHİN, Eray KARAKAŞ

Turkey

İIslamic Union and Interest Issues in Islamic Economic Doctrine 1

Dr. Levent Coşkun ERKEKOĞLU

Turkey

The Role of UGETAM Within the Framework of the Strategic Importance of Energy Resources in Islamic Countries

Prof. Dr. Ümit Doğay ARINÇ

Turkey

Second Session

15.00-16:00

ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES-I

ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES- II

HALL A

HALL B

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Mehmet ZELKA

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Hakan ERKUŞ

Ten Institutional Values for Socio-Economic Development: Preached in the Muslim World, Practiced in the West

Prof. Dr. Necati AYDIN

Turkey

Principles of Economic Cooperation for the Islamic Union

Compaore BOUKARY

Burkina Faso

Economies of Integration and the Muslim World: A Comparative Analysis of EU and OIC

Muhammad Ramzan SHAHİD,

Sumaira REHMAN

Pakistan

From the Hanseatic League to the European Union, the Development of the European Economy

Doç. Dr. Ali Fuat GÖKÇE

Turkey

Analysis of the ‘' Relationship between Income and Crime in Some Asian Countries and Turkey's Crime Rates Table Comparison of OECD Countries''

Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Said CEYHAN,

Arş. Gör. M. Akif PEÇE

Turkey

East Africa’s Window to The World: Djibouti

Doç. Dr. Harun ŞAHİN, Fırat KARAKÖY

Turkey

As an Initiative to Increase Potentials

Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR):

Models and Distribution

Dr. Ali Muhammed Osman El-IRAKI

Sudan

The Contribution of Economic Cooperation to the Islamic Union

Prof. Dr. Niyazi BEKİ

Turkey

Third Session

16.00-17.15

ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES-III

HALL A

HALL B

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Necati AYDIN

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Mustafa TAŞLIYAN

Evaluation of sukuk as a Islamic Finance Tool, In terms of Market Risk In Turkey Case

Prof. Dr. Cengiz TORAMAN
Prof. Dr. Hakan Erkuş

Turkey

The Effects of US - Iranian Tension on Economic Integration of Islamic Countries

Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Fehmi AĞCA

Turkey

Islamic Financial Cooperatives, an Inclusive Model to Meet the Needs of the Community

Mamode Raffick NABEE MOHOMED

Mauritus

Islamic Common Financial Market with Advantages and Disadvantages

Dr. Ashraf DAWABA

Egypt

Evaluation of the Interest Practice in the Perspective of Islamic Perspective

Doç. Dr. İsmail BARIŞ

Turkey

Islamic Trade Union

Emrullah ŞİMŞEK Muhammet Sirri ŞİMŞEK

Turkey

Sharing Islamic Finance Principles and Procedures to Enhance Economic Cooperation between Islamic Countries: The Malaysian Model

Sheila Ainon YUSSOF

Malaysia

Enhancing Cooperation Among Islamic Countries

Mansour ELH-AMANI

Republic of Niger

The Role of Islamic Endowments (Awqaf) In Research, Development and Innovation

Prof.Dr. Ghada AMER

Egypt

A Study on Investigation of trade transactions and foreign between the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Turkey and European Union

Prof. Dr. Yakup BULUT,

Zeynep ERALDEMİR

Turkey

Fourth Session

17.15-18.30

ISLAMIC ECONOMY AND FOREIGN TRADE

ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND TOURISM

HALL A

HALL B

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Alparslan AÇIKGENÇ

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Niyazi BEKİ

An Investigation on the Role of Alms in Convergence Between Public Order and Social Layers

Prof. Dr. Yakup BULUT

Turkey

The Place and Importance of Faith Tourism in the Islamic World: The Case of KUDÜS

Prof. Dr. Sadettin PAKSOY

Dua’a İsmail Yacob AL-SAIFI

Turkey-Jordan

Analysis of the Foreign Trade of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation with Turkey

Doç. Dr. Taner AKÇACI

Instructor Şehadet BULUT

Turkey

Perspectives on The Islamic Bank and Its Contributions to The Development of Islamic Economics

Baba Younus MOHAMMAD

Gana

The State Role İn Monetary Policy Making from The Islamic Economy Perspective

Wisam Saleh Al-KUBEYSİ

Iraq

Health Tourism with Middle Eastern Countries

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sevil ÖZKAN

Dr. Gamze KAĞAN

Turkey

Barter E Trade

Mustafa UÇTU

Turkey

Islamic Market Economy: Forms of Development in Islamic Economy Model

Mohamed NOURİ

Tunis

Islamic World Health Economics and Management, Joint Health Investment Fund

Prof. Dr. Zaleha KAMURUDDİN

Malaysia

Dr. Kemal AYDIN

Turkey

The Survey of Science and Technological Development, Partnerships and Joint Contribution to the Local Economy of Turkey in the region and in the world,

Assoc. Prof. Dr.  Hatice Duran YILDIZ

Turkey

Fifth Session

18.30-19.45

ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND STATE MANAGEMENT

ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES - IV

HALL A

HALL B

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Yakup BULUT

Moderator: Doç. Dr. A. Fuat GÖKÇE

Principles and Procedures of the Administration of the Islamic State in the Period of Prophet Muhammad (sav) and the Four Caliphs

Prof. Dr Muhammed Ahmed EL KURDI

Saudi Arabia

The Agribusiness Sector: Roles and Opportunities for The Private Sector in OIC Member Countries

Baba Younus MOHAMMAD

Ghana

An Evaluation of the Approach of Islamic Countries to Syrian Refugees

Prof. Dr. Mehmet DURUEL

Turkey

Developing economic cooperation between D8 countries

Abdulhafez ELSAWİ

Egypt

Could Economic Cooperation Be a Way to End Political Conflicts?

F Sahar ZAKİ KABEL

Egypt

Islamic Gold Dinar, Islamic Special Drawing Rights (ISDRs) and the Islamic Payments Union (IPU): Some Conceptual and Practical Considerations

Tahir BEG

India

Provisions Constituting Economic Life in the Qur'an and Sunnah

Jaber Bakri Mohamednur Al SAIEG

Saudi Arabia

The Role, Importance and Advantages of Large Corporations in the World Economy; An Evaluation for the Muslim World

Prof. Dr. Mustafa TAŞLIYAN

Turkey

Principles of Economic Cooperation in Qur'an in the Context of Fil and Quraysh Waves

Prof. Dr. Ali Rıza GÜL

Turkey

The Influence of China and Russia in the Integration of Central Asian Countries

Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Sait OCAKLI

Turkey

02 NOVEMBER 2018 FRIDAY

First Session

09.00-10.00

SOURCES OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS -II

CURRENT DISCUSSIONS IN ISLAMIC ECONOMY

HALL A

HALL B

Moderator: Doç. Dr. Ferudun KAYA

Moderator: Doç. Dr. A. Fuat GÖKÇE

Behavioral Economics, Limited Rationality and Relations with Islamic Economics

Doç. Dr. Ferudun KAYA

Hayal ÖZÇİM

Turkey

Investigation of Turkey's Strategic Competitive Advantage of Tourism Policy Elements that can provide Halal Tourism Market

Dr. Hüseyin PAMUKÇU

Prof. Dr. Hüseyin ALTAY

Turkey

Islamic Economy & Economic Thoughts of Some Prominent Islamic Scholars

Nur UDDIN

Bangladesh

Proposal of Islamic Economy Development Board

Tarek ZUMAR, Ahmed OMRAN

Egypt

A Criticism of Western Civilization Comparing with Islamic Civilization by Reference to Economical Philosophy

Dr. Erdal AYDIN

Turkey

The Place and Importance of Halal tourism in the World and Turkey

 

Dr. Hüseyin PAMUKÇU

Turkey

Justice in the Market: An Exposition of Islam’s Market Ideology

Abdul-Rahim ADADA

Ghana

Roadmap for Economic Cooperation of Islamic Union

Suat GÜN

Turkey

10:00 – 12:00

PREPARATION OF THE CONGRESS REPORT AND CLOSING

  Moderator: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Zelka

  Congress Managers,

  Session Managers,

  Presented Paper Academicians

12:00 – 14:00

Juma Prayer and Rest

14:00 –

Lunch and Bosporus Tour

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İslâm Birliği için ASSAM İslâm Ülkeleri Konfederasyonu Deklarasyonu

  

 

ASSAM – Adaleti Savunanlar Stratejik Araştırmalar Merkezi 01-02 Kasım 2018 tarihlerinde “İkinci Uluslararası ASSAM İslâm Birliği Kongresi”ni, “İslâm Ekonomisi ve Ortak Ekonomik Sistemler” alt başlığı ile icra etmiştir.

ASSAM Kongresi sonucunda ekte bulunan “İslâm Birliği için ASSAM İslâm Ülkeleri Konfederasyonu Deklarasyonu” ASSAM Yönetim Kurulunca kabul edilmiş ve Deklarasyonun Türk ve İslâm Ülkeleri kamuoyu ile paylaşılmasına karar verilmiştir.

Deklarasyon 18 Kasım 2018 tarihinde STK Fuarında düzenlediğimiz bir basın toplantısı ile duyurulmuştur.

 

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