President Tatar Emphasizes Global Challenges on World Children's Rights Day
President Ersin Tatar, 20 November Universal Children's Day with a message emphasizing the ongoing challenges faced by children worldwide, including wars, terrorism, hunger, thirst, inadequate healthcare, and broken families.
In his statement for the World Children's Rights Day celebrated since November 20, 1989, by the United Nations to draw attention to the violations of children's rights globally, President Tatar highlighted the need to focus even more on this day.
Stating, "In Gaza, thousands of children are being killed in front of the United Nations," President Ersin Tatar continued:
"As adults, we must do what is necessary because children are the future. Embracing and implementing the principles outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is our duty. Adhering to this and taking the necessary steps is crucial. With these thoughts, I extend my congratulations on World Children's Rights Day, sending my love to all the world's most valuable assets, the children."