Turkey has replaced ambassadors in 16 countries.
The corresponding decree was signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday, November 29, in the official Gazette of the government of Turkey, Resmi Gazete, says Anadolu.
Appointed new heads of diplomatic missions in Jordan, Guatemala, Turkmenistan, Algeria, Sri Lanka, Belarus, Estonia, Chad, Dominican Republic, Chile, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, North of Macedonia, Gambia and Gabon.
Dippredstavitelstva in Minsk headed by Mustafa Ozcan, who will replace on this post of Kezban Nilvana Darama.
Turkish Ambassador to Turkmenistan appointed Togan Oral. Earlier this position was occupied by Mustafa Kapucu.
Embassy in Nur-Sultan will lead Ufuk of Acidi. Previously Ambassador to Kazakhstan was Nevzat Uyanik.