Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan today delivered another of his famous fiery speeches where he blames the problems of his country on external factors rather than his own policies and threatens Greece.

‘’When an issue arises in the future, [Greece] should know those [foreign] forces will vanish” and Greece will be left alone, said Erdoğan according to Ahval News.

“First of all, Greece has no right to announce NAVTEX in the region,” he continued.

Erdoğan added that it will be Athens that is responsible for any issues in the region and Turkey will not take a single step back with regards to the East Mediterranean conflict.

“From now on, Greece will be responsible for all conflicts in region, and will be at disadvantage,” he said.

“We have built a Turkey that implements its own projects, sets own goals and makes own decisions in politics, the economy, the military field,” he continued. “God willing, we have left the hardest times behind, it is time to reap the benefits for the sacrifices we have made, to see the rewards of the seeds we sowed, collect the harvest and see the results of our labour.”

“I say God bless everyone who is with our country and nation in this difficult struggle,” said the Turkish President.

“Again, in this period, instead of being on the side of their own people, those who prefer to strike the sword of the infidel to our nation, who prefer to act in the scenarios prepared in America, Europe and the Gulf, are referred to the judgement of the nation,” Erdoğan said.

“My beloved nations, those who cannot get their teeth in our country, are attacking our economy as they always do. They are charging with all their might to condemn us, using once again the trap of the classic evil triangle of the exchange rate, interest and inflation,” Erdoğan said in an attempt to blame external factors for his country’s economic woes.

 

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