Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, who launched his campaign last month in June, threatened to send more troops to the neighboring country of Syria.
Erdogan, who had been promising presidential and parliamentary elections in November 2019, said his government would continue its fight with terror groups. Elections are expected to take place on 24 June has been timed to coincide with a Turkish military gains from operations and arrest operation in northern Syrian city of Afrin and removing forces in the area controlled by the Kurds.
Erdogan said he had cleared the border into his country of terrorist groups in North Syria, saying his troops were ready to carry out new operations in the country.The Turkish president is making the most of the upcoming elections, which is the first to change the governance system in the country. The constitutional amendment of this constitution gives this year more power to the president’s office, and for the first time the power of the government falls below the president, with the exception of the prime minister.
President Tayyib Erdogan also said that after the election he wants to make a lot of changes in the trade and economy, pledging to address the impact of inflation in the country.