Beril Dedeoğlu

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Hatice Beril Dedeoğlu (9 December 1961 – 13 March 2019) was a Turkish academic and politician. She was born in Ankara. She was the Minister of European Union Affairs led by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu between 22 September and 17 November 2015. She worked as a columnist for the newspapers Star, Today's Zaman, Zaman, Agos and Yeni Şafak.[1]

Dedeoğlu died on 13 March 2019 from a cerebral hemorrhage in Ankara, aged 57.[2]

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  1. "Beril Dedeoğlu Kimdir ?". kimdirhayati.com.
  2. The Daily Sabah: "Turkish foreign policy adviser, Daily Sabah columnist Beril Dedeoğlu dies at age 58", accessed March 13th, 2019.