Erdogan visits Turkish Cyprus in July and sends messages to the world


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his intention to visit the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on July 20, during which he would send messages of concern to the whole world.

This came in his speech during a meeting with Turkish youth in the presidential complex in Ankara on Wednesday.


Erdogan said, “I will visit Turkish Cyprus on July 20, and I will send the necessary messages from there to the world.”

He added, “The messages that we will send from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus concern the whole world, not just the island.”

On the other hand, the Turkish President said: “We are currently receiving news from the eastern Mediterranean, and do not be surprised if you soon hear news about the discovery of oil and natural gas.”