The world’s leading weekly economy British-based The Economist magazine, one of its publications, has signed a cover that will create controversy before the May 14 elections. The cover, called “the most important election of 2023”, featured stickers saying “Erdogan must go”, “Save democracy” and “Vote”.
REACTION FROM ERDOĞAN
The cover in question received repeated reactions from the wing of the government. President Erdoğan, on the other hand, shared on his social media account, “We will not allow our domestic politics to be directed and the national will to be swayed by the covers of the magazines, which are the operational tools of the global powers. We will hopefully carry all these diplomatic achievements to the top with the Century of Turkey.” used his statements.
“WE ENDED THE WICKED MIND”
Erdoğan’s statement included the following statements:
“Those who look into the eyes of the West to call those who shamefully martyred our police, soldiers and civilians are terrorists, do not know. Now, there is a Turkey that is making the world narrow for terrorist organizations with its political, diplomatic and military moves. Here is the story of a strong Turkey on the field and at the table. Our country is located on three continents. Despite its geopolitics at the heart of it, it was ruled with a uniaxial foreign policy for years.We put an end to the wimpy mentality that blindly surrendered his brothers to their murderers in the Boraltan Bridge disaster.With the efforts of our diplomats, we implemented a self-confident, enterprising and humanitarian foreign policy practice.
“WE ARE COMING TO THE PLACE WE DESERVE IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM”
By increasing the number of our foreign representatives from 163 to 260, we became one of the 5 countries with the largest diplomatic network in the world. With TIKA, YTB, Yunus Emre Institute, and Maarif Foundation, we welcome our compatriots and 7 million people living abroad. We resolutely defend the rights of the Turkish Cypriots, the Turkish world and his Son Fatihan in the Balkans. We stand by our brothers with all our means when necessary, as in Libya, Syria, and Karabakh, which was liberated after 30 years of occupation. We contribute to the solution of regional crises with captive exchange and grain corridor agreements. As a state whose history is full of glorious victories, we are coming to the place we deserve in the international system.”