ANKARA, Turkey – “We will pack anyone wherever they are,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said clearly today, according to Milliyet.
Turkish President Erdogan, speaking at a meeting of his party, referred to the operation of the Turkish secret service in Kosovo in which six members of the Gulen network were arrested and transferred to Turkey.
The Turkish president has also said that the Turkish government will try to increase the friends of the country and reduce the enemies.
For the Turkish economy, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said today that Turkey will achieve high economic growth in 2018 and keep the door “wide open” for international investors.
“I have bad news for those who are trying to use parity as a bogeye to scare our people,” Erdogan said, speaking to members of his ruling AKP party. “Once again Turkey will spoil the games that are being played against it with the high growth it will achieve in 2018”.
It is noted that for the same case as the Turkish business and the secret service, Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has hurt the Interior Minister and the head of the secret service.
The prime minister said he had not been informed of the expulsion business of the six people who were arrested yesterday in Kosovo for relations with schools funded by the move by Fetoulah Güleyn, whom Ankara blames for the failed coup attempt of 2016.
“Both were stopped because of the arrests that took place yesterday,” said a senior government official, adding that more information would be made public during the day.
Translated from Crash Magazine Online.