Erdogan sent a message "Secret Prussia" from Belgrade

Today, Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sent a message to “Russia Undercover”, emphasizing that they are “wrong” and “Russia should not be underestimated.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said during his visit to the Serbian capital Belgrade that it does not look like the Russian-Ukrainian crisis “will end soon”, adding: “I say to those who underestimate Russia: you are wrong, you should not underestimate the country.”

The Turkish President pointed out that Western policy towards the Russian-Ukrainian crisis is “based on provocation”, commenting on Western military support for Kyiv with the words: “They say that weapons (to Ukraine) are sent, they send scrap. “

Erdogan said: “Signing an identity card travel protocol with Serbia will take our bilateral relations to a new level,” noting that “the volume of trade exchange between Turkey and Serbia increased by more than 33 percent last year, to approach two billion dollars.” .

He continued: “We welcome the agreement between Serbia and Kosovo on movement between the two sides using identity cards”, adding: “Let’s continue with a positive approach (to Serbo-Kosovo tensions), because the Balkan peoples can no longer afford it. Problems.”

Erdogan continued, “In the past 10 years, our investments in Serbia have made a qualitative leap, their value has increased from one million dollars to 400 million, and the number of our companies operating there has exceeded 1,300,” adding: “We expect a record number of Serbian tourists in exceeded 300,000 this year.

Source: “Anatolia”

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