Ahmet Davutoğlu: “World political order must be more multilateral”

Posted by Cem on 13/07/11

The article of Dünya is available here.

The world political order must be more multilateral and participatory, and must represent all humanity, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said yesterday.

“We don’t want to have political hierarchy in the world, where certain countries, certain nations, have more to say on the future of political order in the coming decades and centuries,” Davutoğlu said.

“We want to have more participation, more multi-lateralism, and more representation at a global political level.”

The foreign minister made his remarks in a speech at the opening ceremony of the Intellectuals Forum, part of the 4th United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries.

There is too much discriminatory terminology in the global political and economic arena, according to Davutoğlu, who said this reflected differentiation made among the world’s countries.

“There are permanent members in the U.N. Security Council, and permanent [means] they will decide what will be happening in the world [in the future], it means they have the right of veto,” the minister said, calling this system unjust and in need of change.

Mr Ahmet Davutoğlu is excellent. I’m proud to be a human being thanks to people like him.

Owing to his wonderful job our planet is positively changing.

And thanks to an EU with Turkey inside, our beautiful planet will keep on sailing towards the light.

Yours sincerely,


PS. Turkish minister for foreign affairs Mr Davutoğlu is taking by storm the stronghold of those in the world who propagate instability and wars.

2 Responses to Ahmet Davutoğlu: “World political order must be more multilateral” »»

  1. Comment by Georgi Gotev | 2011/07/14 at 20:54:49

    Hi Cem,
    Congratulations, I see you are ‘guru blogger’ (see Blogactiv homepage).
    Why are you so enthusiastic? I thought you were opposition minded (CHP)?

  2. Cem
    Comment by Cem | 2011/07/14 at 22:15:01

    Good evening Georgi,

    thanks for the information.

    Yes, I am socialist and although Deniz Baykal destroyed the CHP I am still a pro-CHP.

    Kemal Kiliçdaroglu is intelligent and much better than Mr Baykal, but he still makes several mistakes. But he is extremely courageous and does his best to restore the CHP. It’s very hard but not impossible. I wish him good luck.

    I’m socialist and Keynesian but through my blog I support Turkey and its current government, rather than the AKP.

    When I write I have to be objective otherwise I would not dare look in the mirror.

    I have to write that the AKP has improved Turkey.

    And Mr Erdogan is very successful because on the one hand he succeeded in gathering the best people and specialists of Turkey, on the other hand he has outstanding results thanks to political stability which provoked a virtuous circle in Turkey.

    I do admire Ahmet Davutoglu because he is exceptionnal, not because he is from the AKP.

    He is a wonderful human being and an excellent minister for foreign affairs.

    Dear Georgi, I posted a comment about a former post of yours in which I wrote that a CHP-AKP coalition would be a good thing for Turkey.

    Well the AKP won, but it is positive too.

    It’s been 9 years since there has been stability in Turkey, and that crucial stability provoked a virtuous circle. The true winner of the last Turkish election is that virtuous circle.

    Yours sincerely,


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