Nureddin Vergin

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Nuredin Vergin is a Turkish diplomat. As of the early 1960s, he served as ambassador of Turkey to Greece, Spain and Portugal.[1][2][3] In 1954 he participated in the Geneva Conference on Korea (in his function as Turkish ambassador to Portugal).[4] In 1960 he was named as the Turkish ambassador to the Holy See, the first in the history of the Turkish republic.[5] In 1965 Vergin was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic by Francisco Franco.[6]

Vergin served as the ambassador of Turkey to France between December 19, 1966 and May 22, 1968.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ABC. Audiencias del Jefe de Estado
  2. ^ Díario de la República. Torna público ter sido concluído entre o Governo Português e o Governo Turco um acordo para a abolição recíproca de vistos em passaportes
  3. ^ Soulioti, Stella. Fettered Independence Cyprus, 1878 - 1964. Minneapolis, Minn: Modern Greek Studies, Univ. of Minnesota, n.d. p. 73
  4. ^ Foreign Relations of the United States. United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. The Geneva Conference (1952-1954)
  5. ^ Marmara, Rinaldo. John XXIII, friend of the Turks. Ankara: s.n, 2000. p. iii
  6. ^ Boletín Oficial del Estado. DECRETO 869/1965
  7. ^ Commission de publication des documents diplomatiques français. Documents diplomatiques français: 1968. (1er janvier-29 juin). Bruxelles: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, 1990. p. 222