Recently, in Istanbul, Turkey the recent events have been heard all around the world as they have renamed a street in honor of “Malcolm X” a strong freedom fighter who stated the “Black” man should stand up for himself and create their own destiny.
“The road was given the name of U.S. Muslim official and human rights safeguard Malcolm X, about whom President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said ‘we will make his name live on in Ankara,” Ankara’s district said in an announcement distributed by Anadolu news office on Saturday.
A month ago, Erdogan met Malcolm X’s daughters amid a visit to New York. Erdogan’s representative Ibrahim Kalin shared the anecdote about the name change on his Twitter account on Sunday.
A noteworthy line among Washington and Ankara seemed to have finished on Friday when American minister Andrew Brunson was discharged on following two years in Turkish guardianship, a move which President Donald Trump said was a “colossal advance” toward enhanced relations.
Development of the new U.S. international safe haven in Ankara is planned for finish in 2020.