Değerli girişimcilerimiz,
18-19 Kasım 2011 tarihlerinde İstanbul’da gerçekleştirilecek Dünya Türk Girişimciler Kurultayı Deik tarafından organize edilmektedir. Bu etkinlikle eşzamanlı olarak da bir alım heyeti programı düzenlenmekte olup, Ataşeliğimizin onayını alacak firma temsilcilerinin (satın alma konusunda yetkili) kahvaltı dahil konaklama masrafları program bütçesinden karşılanacaktır.
Konuyla ilgilenenlerin ataşeliğimiz ile temasa geçmeleri ve adresindeki başvuru işlemlerini tamamlamaları gerekmektedir.
Kurultay programını indirmek için buraya tıklayın.

Başvuru formunu indirmek için buraya tıklayın.
Çalışmalarınızda başarılar dilerim.

Gurkan SUZER
Commercial Attaché
Trade office of Consulate General of Turkey
in Los Angeles

Turkish Consulate General in Los Angeles
Office of Commercial Attache’
6380 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1210
Los Angeles, CA  90048
Tel  : 323 852 1894
Fax : 323 825 1896

On behalf of the Turkish-American community in Orange County, CA, OCTAA expresses its sorrow over the major loss of life during the recent magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit the Van region of Turkey on October 23, 2011. According to Bloomberg, while the official death toll has climbed to 279, as many as 1,000 people are feared dead, say the officials. At least 2,262 buildings collapsed in the quake, which was the most severe since a 1999 quake east of Istanbul that took 17,000 lives.

OCTAA once more extends its condolences to families of the earthquake victims. OCTAA volunteers are working together with the parent organization, ATA-SC, to set up a support fund for the victims of the natural disaster.

On the night of October 19, 2011, the militants from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) staged a terrorist attack against the Turkish armed forces, killing 26 and wounding 22 Turkish servicemen. The four-hour assault took place in eight remote army outposts in the Yuksekova and Cukurca districts of the Hakkari province of Turkey, near its border with Iraq.

The PKK is designated as a terrorist organization by the United States, European Union (EU), Turkey and other nations. Since 1980s, over 30,000 people have perished in terrorist attacks launched by the PKK against Turkey. While the party claims to represent interests of Turkey’s Kurdish minority, its separatist claims supplanted by its terrorist agenda have been strongly rejected by the absolute majority of Turkish Kurds. The latter have been closely integrated into the diverse cultural ethnoscape of Turkey as well as its economic and political structure.

Describing the latest PKK attack as outrageous, President Obama stated that the U.S. will continue to cooperate with the Turkish government to “defeat the terrorist threat from the PKK and to bring peace, stability and prosperity to all the people of southeast Turkey”. The EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, condemned the “shameful terrorist attacks in Turkey by the PKK in the strongest terms”.

Members of the Orange County Turkish-American Association (OCTAA) join in condemnation of the PKK terrorism, and offer condolences to the families of victims and the Turkish nation.

Chapman University

University Drive Orange, CA 92866
Thursday, November 10 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm



Speaker: Mr. Ergun Kirlikovali,
Assembly of Turkish American Associations
Washington, D.C.

We are proud to announce that this very special event, this year, is organized by the Chapman University Turkish Student Association, supported by OCTAA and sponsored by ATASC. The event will be in English Language.Attendance is FREE for every one, member, or non-member, by RSVP only. You may RSVP to the Facebook Event page or by sending a short e-mail message with “RSVP” on the subject line and/or body with the Name(s) of the individual(s) who will be attending to e-mail address <>.A proper attire to this special commemoration event is kindly requested.Refreshments, including hot tea, will be served.For the directions to the event, please follow the link below:

There will be a $3 parking entry fee for on-campus parking. Please bring exact change with you. The parking pay station does not give change back. Please see the following link for parking details


Sunday, November 6 · 12:00pm – 4:00pm

William R Mason Regional Park
18712 University Drive, Irvine, CA 92612-2601

The entry fee to Mason Regional park is $5.00 per car for a single entry.
The event will be at Shelter #4.
Please see the map

There are nice play grounds for children, one nearby the shelter #4.

Food: Kavurma, pilav, salata, borek
Desert: Baklava
Soft drinks, bottled water.

Raffles, small gifts for children.

Members : $6 per person, (All ATASC Chapter memberships are included)
Non-members: $12 per person
Membership renewal, new membership will be available on-site during the event.

We hope to see you all there, as well as new members and new friends.





Login Form

Mail Us

OCTAA P. O. Box 6132 Irvine, CA 92616