Treasury and Finance Minister Lütfi Elvan became After Berat Albayrak resigned from the Ministry of Treasury and Finance, a new appointment was made to the Ministry. Lütfi Elvan became the Minister of Treasury and Finance.
Who is Lütfi Elvan?
The presidential appointment decision was published in the official newspaper. Lütfi Elvan was appointed to the Ministry of Treasury and Finance. Lütfi Elvan previously served as the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. So who is Lütfi Elvan, how old is he? Here is the biography of Lütfi Elvan ...
Lütfi Elvan was born in 1962 in Karaman. He graduated from Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Mines, completed his master's degree in Mining and Operations Research at Leeds University in England in 1986, and completed his second master's degree in Economics at Delaware University in USA in 1995.
1987-1989: Engineer at ETİBANK, Operations Research Group.
1989-2007: He held various positions in the Prime Ministry State Planning Organization:
1989-1990: General Directorate of Incentives and Implementation, Planning Assistant Specialist in the field of Evaluation of Investment and Export Incentives and Incentive Policies,
1990-1993: Planning Specialist responsible for the investments of public institutions in the Mining Sector. United Nations Development Program National Project Coordinator,
1993-1995: Master in Economics at "University of Delaware" in the USA,
1995-1996: General Directorate of Economic Sectors and Coordination, Planning Specialist,
1996-2002: Head of Priority Development Regions Department at the General Directorate of Regional Development and Structural Adjustment,
1999-2003: Vice-President of the OECD Rural Development Working Group,
2002-2007: Deputy Undersecretary,
2003-2007: Chairman of the European Union Center for Education and Youth and Member of the EU Negotiation Monitoring and Steering Committee
Elected as Karaman MP in 2007 General Elections.
Consultancy of Recep Tayyip Erdogan,
Turkey-EU Joint Parliamentary Commission Co-Presidency,
Turkey Hungary Friendship Group Presidency
Southeast European Cooperation Process Turkey delegated%