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Hulusi AKAR

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Hulusi AKAR was born in Kayseri in 1952. After completing his primary and secondary education in Kayseri, he graduated from the Military Academy in 1972, the Infantry School in 1973 and the Army Command and Staff College in 1982.

He actively served in the Turkish Armed Forces for a total of 49 years. During his military career as an officer, he served in various positions at the Turkish Armed Forces and NATO including the command of Turkish Task Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1997-1998). As a flag officer, he commanded the Internal Security Brigade in Tunceli/Hozat (1998-2000), the Military Academy (2002-2005), the Army Command and Staff College (2005-2007), the Land Fo...

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The Effort to Provide the Necessary Support for the Uninterrupted Operation of Hamid Karzai International Airport Continues

08.07.2021

Minister of National Defence Hulusi Akar held a telephone call with US Secretary of Defense Lloyd James Austin. Having been in Afghanistan for 20 years, Turkey has been operating the Hamid Karzai International airport for the last 6 years.

HKIA, Afghanistan's only gateway to the world, is of critical importance for the security, peace and welfare of the Afghan people.

We continue our effort to provide the necessary support for the uninterrupted operation of Hamid Karzai International Airport with our elements after the termination of the Resolute Support Mission for the security and welfare of our brothers and sisters of Afghanistan.

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