Erdogan makes comeback at Technofest exhibition after recovering from illness

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended the Technofest space technology exhibition in Istanbul, making his first appearance since health problems late last week.

Erdogan delivered a speech during the exhibition, accompanied by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, in which he praised Technofest, which has grown into a leading brand in the field, hoping to open another exhibition in Ankara at a later date. .

He added: “This year we have reached 333,000 teams and one million competing requests to participate in Technofest from 81 Turkish states and 96 countries. We have put a lot of effort into creating a “tech ecosystem” in Turkey, and today we see that the seedlings that we have planted over the years have grown

He continued: “I see space travelers, inventors, pilots, engineers and physicists of the future here, and following in the footsteps of (Aziz Singer / Nobel Prize winning Turkish scientist) I see new scientists who will bring a new Nobel Prize. Turkish Prize.

Erdogan said: “We have drones (Kizil Elma) flying and a locally produced vehicle (Tog) is being sold, and the drone carrier ship (TCG Anadolu) has been delivered to the Turkish Navy and it will be made available to guests in Izmir, and with these achievements we showed that external dependence is not destiny.

He added, saying that his rival in the upcoming presidential election, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, “decided to award the Atatürk Airport, which hosts the festival (Technofest), which presents Turkish technology projects, to an American company, noting that this decision is an indication of its complete dependence from abroad.

Source: RT

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