Erdogan’s goal is to lead the elections to the 2nd round
Kemal Kilicdaroglu is on the verge of victory from the first Sunday, according to a new poll that came to light in Turkey.
As reported by SKAI’s correspondent in Istanbul, Manolis Kostidis, the Turkish presidential candidate and opposition leader has 49.4%, compared to 47.1% for Recep Tayyip Erdogan. At the same time, 2.3% is collected by Sinan Ogan and 1.2% by Muharrem Ince.
Turkish President Erdogan’s goal is to send the elections to the 2nd round and to do this he even discovered new oil sources.
Erdogan discovered oil wells ten days before the election
In yesterday’s speech, Erdogan revealed to the world that after natural gas, oil wells were also discovered in Turkey, just ten days before the elections. As he characteristically said, “with 100 oil wells we will have 100,000 barrels per day”:
In detail, Erdogan emphasized: “Now I want to share another happy news with you. In the Gabbar area, near Mount Judi, we have discovered an oil well that will have the potential to produce 100,000 barrels of oil per day. Do you know what that means? You terrorists we will bury you in these oil wells! This oil is of high quality and was found at a distance of 20 kilometers from the Jizre area. With 100 oil wells that we will have we will manage to extract 100,000 barrels per day. Already from the first oil well, we transport the oil to the refineries.”
With a love song, Erdogan tries to approach the Turkish people
“Our president is the apple of our eye and we love him” says the new song written for the Turkish president, who is trying to reach out to the Turkish people with songs.
“Our president is the apple of our eye, all our songs talk about him. Who can stand before the people, this love is immortal and is on everyone’s lips. You think it’s easy to tear us down, come and say it for all the world to hear! To those who hear and do not listen, to those who ask and do not ask. We, we love him so much, love him, love him.
I love you so much, love, love..
Yes, we love you very much. Our love for you is different…”
The aircraft carrier “Anadolu” left the Aegean and arrives in Izmir
In the meantime, the aircraft carrier Anadolu left the Aegean to go to Izmir, as announced by President Erdogan, who characteristically said that he would stay in Izmir and “send the appropriate message”.
As reported by the “A HABER” television network: “”Anadolu” without getting fuel, has the autonomy to travel as far as Japan and Australia. Now he passed under the Dardanelles bridge. In other words, this particular ship, which was visited by 120,000 people since April 17 in Istanbul, is now heading to Izmir and will arrive there tomorrow, where it will also be visited by a large number of visitors.”
The Turkish media continues to deal with the demilitarization of the Greek islands
Meanwhile, the Turkish media continue to deal with the demilitarization of the Greek islands, making references to Kyriakos Mitsotakis, stressing that “Mitsotakis’ statements on Greek-Turkish relations made an impression on Turkey”.
“Mitsotakis asked for the change in Turkey’s revisionist policy” reports the television network “HABER GLOBAL” and adds:
“Turkey maintains that the islands in the Aegean must be demilitarized. And they were militarized despite the demilitarized regime. While Greece says these islands are mine, the Treaties of Lausanne and Paris do not apply and claims that “since the Aegean Army exists and the invasion of Cyprus took place,” this is how I will proceed. Of course we said “we will come one night suddenly” but we didn’t go but we did that in Syria which was pending.
The Prime Minister of Greece stated that Turkey’s economy is facing serious problems. The rapprochement of Turkey with Greece could bring a result where both sides will have a “kazan kazan” benefit both in Greek-Turkish relations and in the Cyprus issue. But for this to happen, Turkey will have to change its revisionist policy.”
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