Letter from Secretary-General
It is I, Recep Eren Durgut, a senior student at Bogazici University Industrial Engineering Department. As the Secretary-General, I would like to welcome you all to the 6th official session of BoğaziçiMUN.
For February, our academic and organizational team have been working for almost a year now. I would like to thank Deputy Secretaries-General Kaan Akkas and Kaan Oztoprak for their efforts in the journey. And a big appreciation to Oyku Efendi and Kaan Berker for their efforts and cooperation during the process.
From the point the journey of BogaziciMUN started, it’s been years of hard work and sacrifices to achieve the best conference to satisfy your demands and needs you. Years of tears, generations, and conflicts have now grown up for the year 2024. By the experience we had gained from the previous versions every year, our capabilities have become the finest version of the BogaziciMUN history.
Every year, you, our participants develop a better global perspective, a better understanding of the politics, sweet and sometimes bitter taste of the global interactions. The year 2024 will welcome us with new agendas for future discussions and negotiations. As the Secretary General of BoğaziçiMUN, you have my full trust and support to address these agendas.
BogaziciMUN is a place where you can find love, lifelong friendships, and chosen siblings. Months of hard work are just for you to be able to experience the best and find the ones that can change your life. BogaziciMUN has been ‘Bridging the Gap’ for years and with the new version of it, the gap, and the way we bridge will be different and unique.
In every story, there has always been a point where the heroes have to say goodbye. I would like to thank the heroes of the BogaziciMUN who are retired, but their legacy and vision will always be remembered.
Last but not least,
Welcome to the BogaziciMUN’24, where we are “Bridging the Gap”.
Recep Eren Durgut
The Secretary-General of Boğaziçi MUN 2024
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