The fast breaking meal by society of dost-yar to businessmen

The fast breaking meal by society of dost-yar to businessmen

Many outstanding business leaders and representatives of non-governmental organizations joined to iftar dinner which has given by DOST-YAR Society at Ankara-Midyat Grand Hotel...

Civil Initiative/Ankara- Iftar dinner was held at Ankara-Midyat Grand Hotel by Dost- Yar Society. Participation to dinner was intense. At dinner, as well as distinguished businessmen, former Minister Kursad Tuzmen, Murat Koca general manager of Lebanon Turkish board of education, Hakkı Orhan member of advisory board of Journal of Civil Initiative, Dr. Mustafa Kurt Honorary Consul of the Kyrgyz Republic and General President of the Capital Platform were among the guests.
Association of Dost-Yar; is a community working for the establishment of friendships between people and for the establishment of financial and moral solidarity and assistance in all matters at goodness and for the goodness of the people. To achieve this, it is organizing discussions, seminars. It is holding a variety of programs and activities. To achieve this aim, it is doing all types of cash and spiritual assistance to the needy people in all such matters as disaster, war, unusual times in our country and other countries, food, clothing, health, education, fuel, rent, housing, marriage, settle down, flotation and residential property. It is doing all kinds of activities to support for the interests of the community.
Ali Yüksel President of Dost-Yar became General Secretary of the European Vision Institute in 1985 and Chairman of EVI (EEIG) in 1995. In 1990, he was declared as “European shaykh al-islam”. Yüksel returned to his homeland, he was Prime Minister’s Counselor and later on retired. He established Dost -Yar Society.
Ali Yüksel President of Dost-Yar, Kursad Tuzmen Mersin deputy of 23rd Period from the Justice and Development Party and Dr. Mustafa Kurt Honorary Consul of Kyrgyzstan in their fast-breaking dinner speech gave “friendship, brotherhood and unity” messages.