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Türkiye on Wednesday marked World Environment Day, a global annual event that encourages awareness and action for the protection of the environment.

“Our world is facing major environmental disasters such as global warming, desertification and the decline in biodiversity. A more livable and greener world can only be possible by solving global environmental challenges,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, according to Türkiye’s Communications Directorate.

Erdogan said that global cooperation is needed to tackle the environmental problems.

Türkiye’s first lady Emine Erdogan said on X: “We can save our shared home by living our daily lives with an environmentally friendly life culture.”

She added that “the outstanding success of the Zero Waste and Zero Waste Blue” initiatives highlighted the significance of the personal efforts in environmental issues.

The first lady spearheaded the zero-waste movement in Türkiye and helped it grow into a global initiative, culminating in the UN General Assembly’s December 2022 passage of a resolution in support of zero-waste principles.

Also Turkish Vice President Cevdet Yilmaz said: “We need to raise awareness of the environment and the climate crisis and create a common environmental consciousness in order to protect our planet and leave a more livable world for future generations.”

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