O Ερτογάν τα βρήκε με την Ρωσία στο θέμα της Συρίας κυρίως αφού πλέον συνεργάζονται και θα καταλάβουν το ανατολικό Χαλέπι εντός των ημερών
Αυτό φαίνεται να προκαλεί μεγάλη ανησυχία στους αμερικάνους κυρίως οι οποίοι δεν θέλουν να τους ξεφύγει από τον έλεγχο τους η Τουρκία και άρχισαν τα αντίμετρα εναντίον τους ως εκβιαστές
Ο Ερτογάν δηλώνει ότι η τουρκία αντιμετωπίζει οικονομικό σαμποτάζ
Erdogan Says Turkey Faces ‘Economic Sabotage’ as Lira Plunges
H Τουρκία και η Ρωσία τα βρήκανε ………
Γιαυτό και οι αμερικάνοι τους κτυπάνε με οικονομικό τροπο μέσω των κερδοσκοπικών funds ….. θα ποστάρω σχετικό άρθρο μετά
ΣΗΜΕΙΩΣΗ: Η Συνθήκη της Λωζάνης έχει ήδη παραβιαστεί από το τουρκικό κράτος με την εισβολή της στην Συρία αλλά και στο Ιρακ
Erdogan Says Turkey Faces ‘Economic Sabotage’ as Lira Plungesby
Erdogan says financial markets in Turkey face speculation
Erdogan vows to keep fight against high interest rates
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday said his political enemies are trying to sabotage the economy by speculating on the stock market, foreign exchange rate and interest rates after failing to overthrow his administration in July.
The lira plunged to record lows over the past week even as Erdogan urged Turks to convert their foreign currency savings into liras and gold while vowing to keep up his fight against high interest rates.
Erdogan is trying to verbally stem a run on the lira, which has lost more than any other emerging market currency over the past month, damping everything from consumer sentiment to economic growth. Since a coup was quelled in July, Erdogan has sought popular support to shift from a parliamentary system to an executive presidency to concentrate power in his office.
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“Someone is trying to force this country to its knees by economic sabotage after failing to seize it with tanks, guns and F-16s on July 15,” when a coup by a faction within the military failed, Erdogan said at the opening of a shopping mall in Istanbul on Saturday. “This is not a new game and we’re used to it. Especially in the last three years, they are constantly attempting to use economic crisis as a trump card.”Read more: Erdogan Says Lower Rates Only ‘Solution’ for Turkey’s Economy
Erdogan, without naming anyone, accused some businessmen and business associations of openly supporting the market speculation, adding that those making most money in Turkey are not in the real economy but in the finance sector, using of money invested in banks by depositors.
Turkey’s Economy Coordination Board met under Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in Ankara on Dec. 2 and decided to “take necessary measures with regards to public finances, banking and the financial sector, the real sector and the labor market, which will be announced to the public” next week, his office said in a statement.
Central Bank Governor Murat Cetinkaya was among top economic policy makers who attended the board meeting, the prime minister’s office said.
Read more: Erdogan Says Lower Rates Only ‘Solution’ for Turkey’s Economy
“We need to solve the interest question. I know I’m alone, but I will keep fighting. I’m determined,” Erdogan said. “We need to stand up for our economy like we stood up for our future on July 15.”
BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:15 P.M.) – Russia and Turkey reportedly agreed on Friday to give the jihadist rebels of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Nusra Front) 24 hours to leave east Aleppo through the humanitarian corridor setup by the Russian military.
According to the Russian media, Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham has 24 hours to leave east Aleppo; if they refuse to do so, then they will show no mercy to the 900 remaining jihadists combatting the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).
No further details were released.
If this story proves true, this will be the first time during this war that Turkey has refrained from aiding jihadist rebel groups fighting the Syrian Arab Army and their allies.