Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said, “You know what we are doing to increase the representation of our brothers in Bulgaria and here (Rumelia) by exercising their right to vote. Because Western Thrace belongs to us. We are Rumelia and we understand that.” He said.
Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu stated that the Turkish nation does not consist of only 780,000 square kilometers, and said, “You know what we are doing to increase the representation of our brothers in Bulgaria and here (Romelia) by exercising their right to vote. Because Rumelia is ours. Because Western Thrace is ours.” We are Romelia and we understand that.” He said.
Speaking at the Iftar program organized by the Rumeli platform at the Gaziosmanpasa Center for Culture and Arts, Soylu said that Turkey has undergone tests such as earthquakes, floods, forest fires, the COVID-19 epidemic, and the February 6 earthquakes that occurred in different cities in 10 years and he can come out.
Referring to the historical migrations from Rumelia to Anatolia, Soylu said, “We are not a nation of only 780,000 square kilometers. You know what we are doing to increase the representation of our brothers in Bulgaria and here to exercise their right to vote. Because Rumelia is ours. Because Western Thrace is ours.” We are Romelia and we have this understanding. Use the phrase.
Soylu explained that Turkey has become stronger by building huge investments in infrastructure based on its past experience:
We come from a geography where US ambassadors threaten prime ministers. I can explain what they did to those in the last period. I can explain what they are trying to do to anyone in any country. We see that this is still going on and Turkey is still trying to dress up like crazy. We, the people of this country, are going through one of the most difficult periods in history. Did Turkey establish Al Qaeda, which was raised by the United States directly on our side in the fight against the PKK and the FETÖ terrorist organization? America itself established al-Qaeda. It was America itself that sent him to Afghanistan. America itself is from which ISIS is derived. I say this as someone who has been denied entry to the United States twice and declared persona non grata for saying these things. I have no fear of anything. If someone is going to lose for the independence of this country, for the freedom of this country, we are ready to lose.”
Noting that Turkey has a lot of work to do in the surrounding geography, Soylu said that their struggle will continue until their Balkan brothers can get their right to live freely.
Soylu said that one can be free if one is strong:
“God rewards and rewards those who work and unite. We spent our childhood together here. We grew up with a great diversity of each other’s homes, tables, weddings, clothes and toys. That is why, unlike others, we have the ability to look at 360 degrees. We got to know each other And we embraced each other. Together, we are the great Turkish nation.”
The breakfast was attended by Deputy Governor of Istanbul Gunay Ozturk, Mayor of Gaziosman Pasha Hasan Tahsin Usta, representatives and members of associations and institutions that make up the Rumeli platform.
- Balkans | Despite the cease-fire in Sudan, clashes are heard every now and then
- Balkans | Detained in Serbia on suspicion of terrorist acts
- Balkans | Bosnia and Herzegovina bears arms
- The historical development of psychiatric hospitals from the past to the present
- Balkans | Funeral prayer for a young Turkish man killed in France
- Balkans | Streets are littered with piles of rubbish as sanitation workers strike in Kosovo
- Balkans | Greece and Bulgaria are taking action on the pipeline project that will disrupt the strait
- Balkans | Croatia will not apply restrictive Covid-19 measures to Chinese passengers￼
- Balkans | A former colonel in Kosovo says he wants to host the Turkish families of earthquake victims
- Balkans | Commemoration of the Khojaly massacre in Bosnia and Herzegovina