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General information

TURKIYE IS A KEY COUNTRY IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY OF EUROPE

  • Turkiye has the sixth largest in Europe, and the 16th in the world economy. It is one of the members of the G-20, and is in the top ten fast-growing markets.
  • In the period from 2004 to 2008, the growth of the Gross National Product composition of sludge 6.06%. According to the OECD, in 2017 Turkiye will become the third country after China and India, according to the most highly developed ratio.
  • The share of GNP in the service sector, industrial sector and agricultural sector is 60%, 30% and 10%, respectively.
  • Modern Turkiye industry puts the country in the first place in Europe among manufacturers of TV, DVD, buses, as well as the third place, as the largest producer of steel and ceramic of materials. Turkiye, which ranks first in the world in boron production, ranks 2nd in the production of glass and 4th in the production of large, comfortable yachts.
  • Turkiye is also the largest cement producer, and also ranks second among jewelery producers. Along with this, Turkiye is the 2nd largest manufacturer of textiles and ready-made garments, and also is the largest source of motor vehicles.
  • Turkiye is the 7th most popular tourist destination in the world. And Istanbul, being the "European Capital of Culture 2010", is the 7th most visited city in the world.
  • Foreign investment in Turkiye in 2008 reached 10 billion euros, and direct investment of Turkiye in over 50 countries is 1.7 billion euros.
  • Turkiye, located between the West and the East, occupies a unique strategic position due to the geographical, cultural and historical elements of its zone. Turkiye takes the place of a safe intermediary in such critical zones as the Middle East, South Africa, Central Asia, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean and the countries of the Balkan Peninsula.

THE ROLE OF TURKIYE IN THE ALLIANCE OF CIVILIZATIONS

Turkiye, the majority of whose population is Muslim, is a secular democratic country. This feature of the country indicates a compromise between Islamic faith and democratic values. Turkiye, as a country consisting of both western and Islamic organizations, under the auspices of the UN leader in enterprise "Alliance of Civilizations " with Spain. Turkiye's membership in the EU will increase its impact as a global player for the EU to create an image of the EU not as a closed "Christian club" but as an alliance of unified democratic values, thereby strengthening its credibility in the Islamic world and setting an example of preventing the "Conflict of Civilizations".

SOCIO-ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

Population distribution in Turkiye

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According to the address base of the population, at the end of 2013 the total population in Turkiye reached 76 667 864. The most populated cities are Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, respectively. 
According to the Turkish Institute of Statistics (TÜİK), the average age of the population in Turkiye has increased. The average age in Turkiye in 2012 was 30.1, and in 2013 - 30.4. While the average age in the male part of the population is 29.8, in the female part of the population is 31. In turn, the average age is the highest in Sinop (38.2), Balikesir (37.7), and Edirne (37, 6); and the lowest in the province of Şırnak (18.7), Şanlıurfa (19) and Agrı (19.7). While in 2012 in the age group 15-64 the working population was 67.6%, in 2013, with an increase of 0.1%, the working population was 67.7% (51 926 356).
While the proportion of the children's age group (0-14) is 24.6% (18 849 814) of the population and is in regression, the group of 65 and above increased by 7.7% (5,891,694).

Religion

Since Turkiye is a secular country, religion is separated from the state. 98% of the population of Turkiye professes Islam. According to the Constitution of Turkiye, the creation of religious or ethnic parties is not legal. As a rule, conservative parties are those who vote for religious sensitivity. In the first years of the Republic of Turkiye, concluding that religion cannot be controlled outside the state, it was decided that religion should be under the supervision of the state. Proceeding from this, on March 3, 1924, the Directorate for Religious Affairs was established, as an organization that began with the apparatus of the Prime Minister. This organization provides religious services to individuals and the management of mosques. Freedom of religious beliefs, individual religious practice,

Form of government

Form of government of Turkiye - Republic. The Turkish Republic was founded by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in 1923. The official language of Turkiye is Turkish. Today almost 100 million people speak Turkish in Turkiye. There is secular democratic governance and the issue of separation of powers. Parliament is responsible for legislative matters, the government conducts executive cases, and independent courts conduct court cases. The capital of Turkiye is Ankara.

Source: Ministry of Health of the Republic of Turkiye

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