“Europe's attitude shows that they don’t want development of Turkiye”
ELAZIG - Numan Kurtulmuş, Turkiye's Deputy Prime Minister, pointed out that Turkiye’s politics bothered Europe, saying, "If you say ‘the World is bigger than 5’ them you are the worse. Europe's attitude shows that they don’t want the development of Turkiye”.
Kurtulmuş said, "This is a constitutional referendum and interfered from outside in this election process. Three days ago, in a newspaper headline in Switzerland, saying 'say no to put an end to Erdoğan's dictatorship,’ Why do you care about the referendum in Turkiye?”
Referring to the diplomatic crisis with the Netherlands, Kurtulmuş said, "In the Netherlands, the PKK is sneaking around freely. Why do you feel uncomfortable when Turkiye's Foreign Minister goes to the Netherland? Why do they feel uncomfortable with Turkey's Minister of Family was going enter Turkiye's Consulate and meet with citizens? Is there an explanation? Yes, there is an explanation. There are a few important points: First, they do not want a Turkiye that is strong, big, behind the idea, pioneering the oppressed nations, confronting the mistakes of world systems. If you cry out that this system does not work on every platform, saying ‘the world is bigger than five’ including the United Nations, then there is no one worse than you. It is clear that this attitude of Europe has been put forward because they do not want the development of Turkiye.”
Kurtulmuş, who stated that there is an increasingly extreme right and a rising nationalist vein in Europe, expressed this that reveals as racism, neo-fascism, xenophobia, immigrant hostility, anti-Islamism and especially hostility to Turkiye.
"Extreme right-wing fluctuations in Europe do not harm us"
Kurtulmuş said, “The extreme right wing of Europe does not harm us, as Turkiye, we protect ourselves, but it has once again emerged with the Dutch elections that a difficult process in the future are waiting for European politicians.” (Sinan Bilici, Ebubekir Yavuz - ILKHA)