Diplomatic reporters elect new governing body
ANKARAThe Ankara-based Diplomatic Correspondents’ Association (DMD) has elected a new governing body to be chaired by Serkan Demirtaş, the Ankara bureau chief of the Hürriyet Daily News.
The new governing body was elected at the general assembly of the DMD that took place on Sunday in Ankara. Demirtaş will lead the body and Gülsen Solaker of Reuters will be his deputy. Other members of the body are Sibel Karakuzu of TRT, Buket Güven of daily Türkiye, Duygu Güvenç of daily Sabah, Servet Yanatma of daily Zaman and Mahmut Gürer of daily Akşam. The body has been elected for two years.
The DMD was established in the mid-1990s to provide solidarity and assistance among diplomatic correspondents.