Mehmet Özhaseki, who has been appointed as the Minister for the Environment and Urbanization, has taken over the role from Fatma Güldemet Sarı, with the ceremony that was held.
Mehmet Özhaseki, the Minister for the Environment and Urbanization, of the 65th Government, has taken over the role from Fatma Güldemet Sarı, with a ceremony. Minister Özhaseki, who spoke at the ceremony, said, “Everything is temporary. Just as life begins somewhere and ends somewhere else, duties also start and come to an end.
At first you may think that time will not pass, but it flows by very quickly. I was mayor for 21 years. If time did not pass, that would not have ended. Just like two seconds – that came to an end too. Today, we have started at this point, but one day in the future, this duty will, without doubt, come to an end too.”