President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on May 30 that the absence of election uncertainty will allow the government to focus on its main agenda and that it will work with the business community to find solutions to current economic problems. .
“We have collaborated with the public and private sectors to co-write this unique success story that has left its mark over the past 21 years. With a common heart, we will seek solutions to the problems facing our country,” Erdogan said, addressing the 79th General Assembly of the Union of Chambers of Commerce and Commodity Exchanges. of Turquier (TOBB).
President Erdoğan underscored the government’s determination to take steps to compensate for the loss of welfare experienced by parts of society.
“We have a strict policy of not allowing our people to be overwhelmed by inflation. In our 21 years in power, we have made no concessions on this issue,” he said.
He promised to bring inflation down to single digits again. “We are the ones who have reduced the inflation that has plagued the Turkish economy for years to single digits and eased the burden on the people. We look forward to seeing the positive impact together,” he said.
Addressing the business community, Erdogan said: “Don’t give credit to doom-mongers who paint a bad picture of Turkey’s economy every time they open their mouths.” He said.
Erdogan called on the business community to “don’t give credit to the doom-mongers who paint a bad picture of Turkey’s economy every time they open their mouths.”
The president has promised businessmen to ease visa procedures for foreign travel. He said he would “solve an issue that has recently become a political threat.”
The Turkish president said Turkey will work more proactively to resolve international crises and strive to restore peace and stability in the region.
“In addition to diplomatic relations, we will also strengthen economic and trade ties with countries in the region,” he said.
The government’s goal is to establish a belt of peace and security across the environment from Europe to the Black Sea, the Caucasus, the Middle East and North Africa, he said.
“We have already resolved our problems with friendly and brotherly countries,” he said.
Ankara strengthens its ties with the Turkic world, advances its relations with the Islamic world, opens a new window to Asia through the “Asia Anew” initiative, and seeks strong cooperation with the African people on a win-win basis. built and strengthened its presence in Latin America. And Erdogan said he has established close ties with all powers in the Balkans.
“We have strengthened our dialogue with the West in line with our common interests. We have shared the burden of resolving the Russian-Ukrainian crisis. We have shown that a solution is possible, and most importantly, we have prevented Turkiye from becoming a party to a conflict that ends in catastrophe.”