In his statement on his social media account, Treasury and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek stated that the foreign exchange reserves of the Central Bank have reached 108 billion dollars and that the necessary steps will be taken for the continuation of the recovery.
“NET RESERVES IMPROVE 14.2 BILLION DOLLARS”
Minister Şimşek shared, “An important goal of our program is to ensure the accumulation of international reserves to the extent that market conditions allow. The Central Bank reserves, which were 98.5 billion dollars on May 26, increased to 108.6 billion dollars on 30 June. In the same period, net reserves improved by 14.2 billion dollars. This rapid increase in reserves is encouraging,” he said.
“WE WILL CONTINUE TO TAKE THE NECESSARY STEPS”
Şimşek’s statement that created the agenda continued as follows: “In addition to the rational policies that will contribute to the increase in the Central Bank’s reserves, our efforts to provide additional foreign resources to our country continue rapidly. We will continue to take the necessary steps for the continuation of the recovery.”