The Cabinet mission is also a relay race

AKP President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will issue a statement after the Cabinet meeting. “We are determined to move towards our goal for 2023,” said Erdogan.

Beginning his speech on cabinet reshuffle, Erdogan said, “The Cabinet’s mission is also a relay race. With eight changes, we have taken steps to keep the Presidential Cabinet continuous and dynamic.” Said.

Prime Minister Erdogan also talked about the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, saying he was Foreign Minister. Mevlut CavusogluHe said he would go to Russia and Ukraine and stay in touch. Erdogan, “As with all areas of life, the Cabinet’s mission is relay racing. We have taken steps to keep the cabinets continuous and dynamic with the eight changes we have made to make the swift and effective decisions offered by the presidential system.” Said.

Prime Minister Erdogan issued a statement after the Cabinet meeting. Prime Minister Erdogan talked about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and said Mevrut Chabshol will go to Moscow to meet tomorrow. Erdogan, “Foreign Ministers will meet in Moscow tomorrow. He will travel to Ukraine on Thursday. He will continue our efforts to achieve a ceasefire and peace in talks with both sides.” Said.

Prime Minister Erdogan’s remarks are as follows.

  • Our Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Forestry, Professor. Dr. First, welcome to Vahit Kirişçi. Our teacher, Vahit, believes that we will work to improve the vision of our farmers and forestry workers as the development of our region and the world grows in importance in the agriculture and food sectors. increase.
  • As with all areas of life, the Cabinet’s mission is relay racing. We have taken steps to keep the Cabinet continuous and dynamic with the eight changes we have made to make the swift and effective decisions provided by the presidential system.
  • Today I will send the Foreign Minister to Russia. We will meet in Moscow tomorrow and travel to Ukraine on Thursday.
  • As with all areas of life, the Cabinet’s mission is relay racing. We have taken steps to keep the Cabinet continuous and dynamic with the eight changes we have made to make the swift and effective decisions provided by the presidential system.

Target opponents and praise current management systems

  • Those who opposed the presidential system could not offer important alternatives. They just intend to restore everything they say. Last year, he said he was waiting for the opposition’s proposal for a new constitution. Unfortunately, I couldn’t create one text.
  • It is clear that those who publish reports produced abroad as if they were their own work are not bothered by national or national issues. It is not a provision of an import system without valuable elements, but a place on the table, a row of corridors.
  • The first implementation of the new management system from 2018 to 2023 will provide data and guides for further improvements. Nowhere else in the world is a static management system. They are dynamic processes that are constantly being developed. Based on the results of this historic era, even after the 2023 election, we will continue to move toward more perfection by conducting this accounting together with the country.
  • One of the most concrete signs of Turkey’s growing power in the region and around the world is the Antalya Diplomacy Forum. The three-day forum was attended by 17 states, heads of government, 80 ministers, and representatives of 39 international organizations from 75 countries around the world.
  • About 200 meetings were held between the parties. The meeting between the Russian and Ukrainian Foreign Ministers and our Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu was arguably the most sympathetic event. This contact was very important in opening the door to diplomacy and dialogue.


  • Foreign Ministers will meet in Moscow tomorrow. He will travel to Ukraine on Thursday. He will continue our efforts to achieve a ceasefire and peace in talks with both sides. There was a very important contact in Germany for two days. We met with the Prime Minister of Albania, the Secretary General of NATO, and the President of Slovenia.
  • On Saturday, we met with President Bosnia Herzegovina, Prime Minister Bulgaria, Prime Minister of the Iraqi Local Government, President Niger, and President Liberia. I believe the Antalya Diplomatic Forum is an important platform in terms of participants’ profiles, the messages given there, and our attitude towards regional and global development.
  • On Wednesday, after an official visit by Israeli President Herzog, we welcomed our respected brother Ilham Aliyev. In the evening of the same day, I talked to Mr. Biden on the phone. On Sunday, we had a fruitful lunch with Greek Prime Minister Mitsutakis. Yesterday, the German Prime Minister was in Ankara. After the bilateral meeting, we held a working dinner with many attendees in the evening.
  • Tomorrow I will meet with the President of Poland and welcome him. Turkey is firmly implementing its growth strategy to enter the world’s top 10 economies, while strengthening its position as a diplomatic center.

“Turkey must be strong in economic and military fields”

  • It is a duty, not an option, for Turkey to be strong in the political, economic and military fields and to be in a position to support friends and siblings beyond self-sufficiency. If you can’t see your business when you need it, and you don’t plan and do it yourself, no one can benefit us.
  • Of course, the support of friends and siblings who share their hearts and prayers is important. But the truth is that we really have to get hungry. Over the last two decades, the defense industry, production and technology in the strategic arena will allow us to look to the future with hope. As for the basic infrastructure, there are no major drawbacks.
  • Let’s make 2023 one of the most illustrious leaves in our history. Education and health are still the top priorities of our priorities today. I chatted with the medical staff I met on March 14th, Medical Day, and gave the good news as expected. We hope that the good news about the prevention of violence in health and personal rights will be beneficial.
  • At the same time as increasing the number of students participating in the training, the number of students per classroom has also improved significantly. Now is the time for preschool education to become widespread. We aim to offer 3,000 new kindergarten and 40,000 new nursery classes to bring school enrollment closer to the OECD average.
  • The school enrollment rate for the 5-year-old group has been raised to 90%. 216 Kindergarten bid completed. The investment program includes 2,133 kindergartens. We plan to build all 3,000 kindergartens by the end of the year. Here we give Istanbul a share of 1000 kindergarten lions.
  • We have not forgotten special children. There are 52 kindergartens in only 28 states, but we have increased 135 kindergartens in 81 states. There are no states without private kindergartens. By the end of this year, we have 165 kindergartens. There are two good news for farmers about irrigation, energy and credit.
  • By completing irrigation facilities in agricultural areas where dams and ponds have been completed, we will enrich Japan’s agriculture with water and bring it to the national economy. It provides producers with an annual revenue increase of approximately 41 billion lira. In particular, the rapid transition from open systems to closed systems. Our dams are connected to energy in many places, but here we take steps to switch to irrigation systems.

“We aim to increase the share of energy from the sun.”

  • 53% of Turkey’s total installed electricity consists of hydropower, wind, large scale and geothermal resources. We have made huge investments in solar power. Whichever city you go to, you will see the solar energy field and rooftop system.
  • We have reduced farmers’ costs by reducing VAT on electricity, but we recognize that we need to find a more radical solution to this problem. We plan to increase the share of electricity from the sun in irrigation activities, especially in our funding facilities.
  • It also provided municipalities, industrial facilities and agricultural irrigation operators with the opportunity to install up to twice as many unlicensed power generation facilities to help consumers install facilities that meet their electricity needs. Our aim is to pave the way for work that reduces energy costs in all areas. These steps contribute to the structural changes that need to be implemented within the Paris Agreement.
  • We are raising the upper limit of interest support loans of the Ministry of Finance. We promote access to farmers’ funds. All of us closely track these processes and draw conclusions. We hope that these measures we have taken regarding irrigation, energy and credit will be beneficial to our farmers.

“Course we are aware of difficulties”

  • I hope my country will not panic with discourse, which is mostly based on false information, trust their nation, work their time and devote themselves to production. We have taken many steps to protect each and every person from living expenses. We are making every effort to reflect the increase in some materials used in the oil, natural gas and food industries. These are priced at a global level and are reflected to employees at a minimal level.
  • Of course, we are aware of the difficulties. We sincerely believe that the place we should focus on is an opportunity in front of our country. We are at the edge of the welfare level, setting aside the negativity that arises from reasons we are out of control.
  • The problems caused by price imbalances are temporary, and we sincerely believe that the policy of expanding the country through investment, employment, production, exports and current account surpluses has gradually brought us closer to our goals. I am. We are patient, work, produce, struggle and never step back. We can always move forward and hopefully win.