Military service and demobilization procedures, which were postponed within the scope of Corona virus measures, are starting again. National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar announced that the discharge process will begin on May 31st.
Under the chairmanship of the Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar, a weekly video conference meeting was held with the participation of Chief of General Staff Gen. Yaşar Güler, Commander of the Land Forces Gen. Umit Dündar, Commander of the Air Forces Commander General Hasan Küçükakyüz and Admiral Adnan Özbal, Commander of the Naval Forces and Deputy Ministers.
Minister Akar, who made evaluations after the instructions of the meeting, where the measures taken in the fight against coronavirus as well as defense and security issues were discussed, stated that important and successful works were carried out on the fight against Kovid-19 under the instructions of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the coordination of the Ministry of Health.
After expressing matters related to operations in Turkey is an important condition for combating mites voicing Minister coronavirus, he said:
“The measures taken under the coordination of the Center for Combating Coronavirus (KOMMER), which we established within our Ministry, allowed us to carry out our activities in our Armed Forces without any trouble. For this, I thank all my friends. I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the personnel of the Turkish Armed Forces for their strict compliance with individual and institutional measures. Turkey's success in this regard in a separate point in the world. In addition, as the Turkish Armed Forces, we are ahead of other armed forces in the world in the fight on this issue. Our situation in the fight against coronavirus is ahead of the armed forces of other countries. This success has been achieved thanks to the determined planning and implementation of the measures taken by our friends in line with the instructions throughout the country.
THANKS TO FAMILIES
Stating that as part of the normalization efforts initiated in line with the instructions and approval of President Erdogan, appointments, appointments, assignments, discharge and subpoenas in the Turkish Armed Forces will also be initiated.
“Discharges were extended for a month. Our people, our noble nation and the precious families of our Mehmetçi supported us in this regard, and everybody understood with his foresight that this would be for the benefit of our country and our people. We have come to the point where the measures taken are sufficient and the discharge and summons can begin. Hopefully, we will start discharges from Sunday, May 31st. Important measures have been taken regarding this. Our young people who will be discharged have been taken into custody as a precaution since 18 May. We are also in an intense coordination with the Ministry of Health. No cases have been encountered among our young people who have been under surveillance until now. Hopefully, starting from May 31st, we will send our youth away from their units in a healthy way and ensure their discharge. On the other hand, we have taken every precaution to ensure that our youth can join the unions in a healthy way within the scope of the new summons. Within the scope of the measures taken by our provincial and district health directorates and garrison commands, our youth will be enrolled with a PCR test three or four days before.
Minister Akar stated that they are continuing the precautions and studies on this issue with determination and said, “In short, our aim is to send the soldiers from the troops to their homes intact, and to ensure the transfer of our youth from their homes to the troops in a sound manner. Our work on this subject continues. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all Mehmetçik, who sincerely and sincerely implement these measures we have taken in this regard, and to parents who support these decisions and show understanding and patience. I hope we will carry out this activity without any accident or trouble ”.