Words from Fuat Oktay pleasing the industrialists: We continue our support

Vice President Fuat Oktay, “You know the sources that the opposition paid attention to, they announced a statistic just two days ago. There, Turkey is the leader among the G20 countries as the country that provides the most cash support to its employees.” said.

Vice President Fuat Oktay attended the sahur program at SOM AŞ operating in the Ankara Chamber of Industry (ASO) 2nd Organized Industrial Zone (OSB) and met with the factory workers.

Accompanied by Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank, Ankara Governor Vasip Şahin, ASO President Nurettin Özdebir, ASO 2nd OIZ President Seyit Ardıç, SOM Chairman Ertuğrul Ergün and SOM General Manager Levent Ergün, Oktay visited the facilities and received information about the works. then he made a statement to the press.

Stating that while Turkey is struggling with Kovid-19 with its “complete closure” decision, on the other hand, all the wheels of the industry are turning, Oktay said, “You have seen here, our workers, our engineers, all our machines, our employer, everyone is up and working 24 hours a day.” said.

Oktay, with the Minister of Industry and Technology Varank and ASO President Özdebir, stated that they wanted to listen to the troubles of the employees here by making sahur in the 2nd OIZ, and that they wished to be one with the workers due to May 1 Labor and Solidarity Day.

Under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Oktay stated that they are closely concerned with all the problems of the people and producers working as a cabinet and are trying to solve the problems together, and that they are here tonight as an indication of this, and left the epidemic behind with the effect of the full closure of Ramadan. He said that they wish to enter.

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