Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that thanks to the support provided by Turkey to Libya, this country is once again able to look to a future with hope.
During his participation in the 7th General Conference of the Justice and Development Party in Ankara, Erdogan added that the party’s governments are continuing to build a strong Turkey by transforming their desired goals for 2023 into a new beginning on the ground through the People’s Alliance.
Erdogan stressed that they will reach much better levels through the development of the Turkish economy on the basis of investment, production, employment and export in the coming period, and that the country has achieved complete self-sufficiency in agricultural products, except for those that are not compatible with Turkey’s climatic conditions.
Erdogan renewed their announcement of the timetable for implementing the economic reform program to reach their goals, calling on foreign investors in his country to have more confidence in Turkey’s strength and capabilities, and that they have repeatedly demonstrated their resistance to shocks through the dynamic structure of their economy, financial discipline, and adherence to the rules of the free market.
Erdogan pointed out that Turkey will continue to formulate its relations with all countries, from the United States to Russia, the European Union and the Arab world, in line with its interests and the aspirations of its people, and that they are determined to increase the number of their friends and end hostilities in the coming period. To transform their area into an oasis of peace.
Erdogan addressed those who have engaged Turkey with its internal problems over the past two centuries and kept it away from radical changes that they will not succeed in their renewed attempts – as he said -.
Erdogan concluded his speech by saying that discussing the drafting of a new constitution for the country has become an inevitable matter. In view of their history and international changes, and that his country inflicted major defeats on terrorist organizations, foremost of which “PKK”, that it is no longer able to carry out operations within Turkey’s borders.
It is worth noting that the previous government, the Government of National Accord, signed two memoranda of understanding with Turkey on November 27, 2019 in the areas of security and maritime cooperation, and the Turkish parliament approved them.