Erdogan: Turkey’s economy is so strong that it does not lose its balance in the shocks it faces
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hailed his country’s economy, describing it as so powerful that it does not lose its balance in the shocks it faces.
This came in his speech during a meeting of his party’s parliamentary bloc on Tuesday, in which he discussed the achievements of “Justice and Development” since he came to power, in all areas in general, and the economic sphere in particular ..
The president pointed out that the good news in the economic sector is continuing despite the attempts of some hostile towards the Turkish economy, pointing out that the economic growth achieved by Turkey in the first quarter of this year is 5 percent.
Erdogan said his country, with its growth, managed to rank third among the G-20 countries after China and India, which ranked first and second respectively.
“I thank all those who responded to my call to invest in Turkey, to produce, to all those who responded to calls for employment and employment to reduce unemployment, and to thank all those who responded to the calls for import and export to and from Turkey,” he said. .
“I have already said that speculation about the credit results in Turkey is linked to the country’s political motivation, and I am waiting anxiously for the institutions and the evaluators to assess how the Turkish economy has achieved a quantum leap in growth,” Erdogan said.
He explained that Turkey will continue the incentives and strategic investments, stressing that the Turkish government will continue to work day and night, in order to increase the rate of growth more, adding: “God willing, no one will be able to intercept our way as we move towards the year 2023, in pursuit of our goals, In terms of growth and economy. ”
“Turkey’s economy has not only grown significantly in the first quarter of this year,” said Mohammad Chemeshik, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, commenting on Turkey’s growth in the first quarter of the year. We expect growth to be higher in the second quarter of this year.
Source: Turk Press