President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke at the press conference held at Atatürk Airport before his visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
President Erdoğan said: “Bosnia and Herzegovina, with its multicultural structure, is a key country in the Balkan geography, whose security, stability and development we attach great importance to. During our visit (Bosnia and Herzegovina), we will have the opportunity to discuss the steps we can take together to further our cooperation.” said.
President Erdoğan expressed that he is very happy to be making his first official visit to Montenegro.
Erdogan answered the questions:
Regarding the terrorist attack in Kabul, President Erdoğan said, “We as a nation condemn and condemn that disaster, that comprehensive terrorist attack that took place in Kabul yesterday. The fact that DAESH has taken this step in such a process reveals what a dangerous organization it is in the region and in the world. puts it.” said.
Noting that the evacuation of the TAF personnel serving in Afghanistan continues, Erdogan said, “We will complete the evacuation as soon as possible.” he said.
Regarding meeting with the Taliban, President Erdogan said, “We do not have the luxury of asking permission from anyone to meet with whom, where, when and what kind of meetings.” said.
Erdogan continued his words as follows:
“The Taliban have offers for us to operate the Kabul Airport. We have not yet made a decision on this issue,” he said.
Stating that Germany’s decision to work with Turkey was a late decision, Erdogan said, “We did not leave Afghanistan while everyone else was leaving.” said.
Stating that the number of registered and unregistered immigrants from Afghanistan, registered or unregistered in the Ministry of Interior, is 300,000, President Erdoğan said, “We are very sensitive in immigration. We are building walls almost everywhere, from the Iranian border to the Iraq and Syria border.” he said.
President Erdoğan said: “Within a year, our citizens will be able to return to their homes in peace, by collecting and tidying up the areas affected by floods and fires.” said.