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Turkish Premier: “Israel Tries To Justify Itself By Exploiting Anti-Semitism”


Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, “Israel tries to justify itself by exploiting anti-semitism and by using some international press organizations. Unfortunately, there are some Turkish press organizations are writers among them.”

Speaking at the general assembly meeting of the Turkish Exporters’ Assembly (TIM), Prime Minister Erdogan said, “we did our utmost to draw attention of the international community to what happened in the Mediterranean this week. We called on the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to an extraordinary meeting. OIC will convene on Sunday. As a result of our initiatives, those who were injured in the raid and volunteers on board the ships were brought back to Turkey.”

“After recent developments, everyone has seen the fact that Israeli government’s hostile attitude terrorizing the region, posed a serious threat against peace and stability in the region. Those hostile policies will not yield any useful results. Israel should scrutinize its policies as soon as possible. We do not have a problem with Jewish people. But the humanity and we have a problem with Israeli administration. I think that Israeli people should give a message to their ruling parties which jeopardized their security and destroyed interests of the country with its reckless policies,” he said.

“Israel tries to justify itself by exploiting anti-semitism and by using some international press organizations. Unfortunately, there are some Turkish press organizations are writers among them. Anti-semitism is a crime against humanity. I will never allow any maltreatment against Jewish people, tourists and diplomats in Turkey. We assure their security,” he said.

Referring to economic targets, Prime Minister Erdogan said, “our target is to become one of the world’s first ten economies in 2023. We have adopted an economic understanding based on exports. Our exports increased fourfold to 102 billion USD in the last 7.5 years. Turkish economy became the 17th biggest economy of the world in this process. Now, we aim at increasing our exports up to 500 billion USD by the year 2023. It is not a dream. It is not an uncatchable target.”

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