ANKARA

Turkey will make its voice heard in the new world order after the novel coronavirus outbreak, the country’s parliament speaker said on Thursday.

Turkish Parliament held a special sitting on the centenary of the first session of the Grand National Assembly National, which coincides with the country’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day.

In an opening speech, Mustafa Sentop told the lawmakers following the pandemic, countries would discuss how to “evolve” the world, adding that Turkey would protect its rights in the making of the “new world order.”

Stressing that the global COVID-19 outbreak exposed that the current world order

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