Minister Çavuşoğlu’s reaction to disinformation about foreign teams.
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu reacted to the disinformation about foreign teams who came to Turkey for search and rescue efforts and said, “We shame these countries as well. After all, they came with good intentions. There may be shortcomings, but the system was established in a short time. Teams from other countries worked in solidarity with our teams. ‘ he said.
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu held a joint press conference with Bosnia And Herzegovina’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Elmedin Dino Konakovic, “We see a great conversation from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Since we met for the first time today, we had the chance to discuss regional and global issues. Bosnia and Herzegovina’s EU “It is a pleasure for us to have a negotiation date. My brother Elmedin will go to Hatay soon and will meet with the search and rescue teams of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I would like to thank the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina for their support in these difficult times.” used the phrases.
Minister Çavuşoğlu also answered journalists’ questions at the meeting.
DISINFORMATIONS ABOUT FOREIGN TEAMS
“We say at every opportunity that we have received great support and solidarity from the international community. The number of countries offering assistance is 100. There are teams from 76 countries in the field. There are also those who have completed their duty and returned. Some teams say they want to move to other regions, some are returning to their countries.
Disinformation about their return is spreading. Ugly slanders are also thrown. It is said that there is a disagreement, they have already denied it. Unfortunately, those who do this are our own media, our own social media users. We shame these countries as well. After all, they came with good intentions. There may be shortcomings, but the system quickly settled down. Teams from other countries worked in solidarity with our teams. We thank each and every one of them. We also have ambassadors in the field.
Yesterday, our President announced that while temporary accommodation is provided, we are starting the construction of permanent residences. In June, all of them will be tendered and the foundations will be laid. Our friends work day and night.”