As part of the project initiated by the Presidency’s Directorate of Communications, “The Network” documentary revealing the real and dark face of FETO was screened in Paris and New York.
The documentary created by TRT World and revealing the dark side of FETO met the audience in Paris with the cooperation of Union of International Democrats’ Paris branch.
The documentary directed by renowned British journalist Andrew Wilson was watched by Turkey’s Ambassador to Paris İsmail Hakkı Musa, Permanent Representative of Turkey to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Erdem Başçı, Turkey’s Consul General in Paris Görkem Barış Tantekin, Head of UID Paris Branch Ömer Keskin as well as many citizens.
Speaking during the program, Turkey’s Ambassador to Paris İsmail Hakkı Musa noted the following: "July 15 is a turning point in Turkish history. Turkish state has never before faced such an attack. The Parliament, Presidential complex, security and intelligence agencies as well as many other buildings of symbolic value were attacked with the objective of overthrowing the state.”
Underlining that the fight against FETO would continue, Ambassador İsmail Hakkı Musa said the documentary revealed the internal structure of this terrorist organization and that the Turkish nation and state would continue to closely follow this organization, take the necessary measures, stop their activities and punish the culprits as required.
The Network documentary in New York
“The Network” documentary exposing the real and dark face of FETO was screened in New York.
Giving a short speech prior to the screening of the documentary, Turkey's Consul General in New York Alper Aktas thanked the associations, foundations and platforms that contributed to the organization of the event and said the documentary would show the dark side of FETO.
Noting that the fight against FETO would continue with great determination, Aktas stressed that as Turks living in America, they have a responsibility to tell the truth about what happened in the country on July 15, 2016. “We owe this to the founders of Turkey, those who carried the Republic and our democracy to its current level as well as the 251 martyrs and more than 2 thousand veterans of July 15.”
Screened with Turkish and English subtitles, the documentary will also meet the audience in the New Jersey’s City of Paterson densely populated by Turks.