Speaking in Sivas, President Erdoğan said: “New doors will inshallah open up in front of our country after May 28. Türkiye will run with much bigger steps and advance much faster towards its goals. We will work tirelessly and without a break on the path to building the Century of Türkiye.”
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan addressed citizens in Sivas.
Recalling that he previously had had to postpone a visit to Sivas planned for April 26 due to a health issue, President Erdoğan said: “However, Vice President Fuat Oktay, representing me, visited the city and inaugurated the long-awaited high-speed train. As we could not pay the visit in person, we wanted to be with you through our good news and thus we decided to charge no fee for the high-speed train for a period of one month in a bid to share your joy.”
Noting that new doors will open up in front of Türkiye after May 28, President Erdoğan stated: “Türkiye will run with much bigger steps and advance much faster towards its goals. We will work tirelessly and without a break on the path to building the Century of Türkiye.”
“We tell one by one in our election declaration what we will do if our nation gives us the mandate to rule the country for another five years,” stressed the President, adding, “We will take important steps in every area including education, health, judiciary, security, transportation, energy, industry, agriculture, tourism and sports. We will absolutely remain committed to our promise to prevent our citizens from being overburdened by inflation. We will address all the hardships that negatively affect our people’s daily life, first and foremost the high cost of living.”