Global Relations Forum
Global Relations Forum (GRF) is a Turkish think-tank founded by Rahmi M. Koç, leader of the Koç family empire.
According to itself, it is an independent, non-profit membership association founded on May 11, 2009, with the committed support of 40 Turkish men and women who have assumed prominent roles in international fora and have received international recognition for their efforts throughout their careers. The founding members include former secretaries of state, university presidents, central bank governors, ECHR justice and retired ambassadors as well as leading business leaders, scholars, artists, and journalists. GRF is supposed to be a platform for engaging, informing and stimulating its members and all interested individuals in all matters related to international affairs and global issues.
GRF advocates a global order of shared influence and accountability and seeks a constructive role for Turkey in that order.
'Corporate members', which presumably have a say in setting the agenda, include Allianz, Borusan Holding, Chadbourne & Parke Consulting and Legal Services, Citibank, Coca Cola, Denizbank, Deloitte , ING Bank, Intel, Microsoft, Natixis, Postacıoğlu Law Firm, Siemens, Türkiye İş Bankası, and Türkiye Sın.
20 of the 277 of the members already have pages here:
|Ertuğrul Apakan||Turkish diplomat who chaired the The UN Security Council's Counter-Terrorism Committee in 2010.|
|Yavuz Canevi||Attended the 1986 Bilderberg as Governor of the Turkish Central Bank|
|Haluk Dinçer||Spooky Turkish businessman, Turkish Industry and Business Association chair|
|Suzan Sabancı Dinçer||Double Bilderberger Turkish businesswoman|
|Cem Duna||Single Bilderberg Turkish diplomat|
|Sedat Ergin||Educated at Robert College. Hürriyet's Washington correspondent for six years. Worked for Turkish version of CNN.|
|Üstün Ergüder||Rector of Bosporus University, Board Member of the Vehbi Koç Foundation|
|Emre Gönensay||Technocrat who privatized the Turkish economy, then Turkish Foreign Minister.|
|Muharrem Kayhan||Chairman of TÜSIAD. Bilderberg 2000|
|Muhtar Kent||Deep state connected Coca-Cola CEO/Chair|
|Sami Kohen||Turkish journalist who attended the 2009 Bilderberg|
|Rahmi Koç||Turkish billionaire businessman. Single Bilderberger|
|Mithat Rende||Former Turkish Ambassador to the OECD and Turkey's Chief Climate Negotiator.|
|İlter Türkmen||Son of leader of the Turkish National Security Service (MAH). Bilderberg boost in 1968. Foreign Minister in the military government after the 1980 coup d'etat. Another Bilderberg when the military formally gave back civilian control .|
|Agah Uğur||Many WEF AGMs, One Bilderberg|
|Erkut Yücaoğlu||Turkish business leader mentioned in the Panama Papers.|
|Hikmet Çetin||Turkish transatlantic politician|
|Ahmet Üzümcü||Bilderberger.As head of the OPCW responsible for the series of deeply crooked investigations of gas attacks in Syria|
|Ferit Şahenk||Single Bilderberger. WEF/Young Global Leaders 2005. Richest person in Turkey|