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Turkey is not a country that bows to anti-government forces, Recep Tayyip Erdogan  

Turkey is not a country that bows to anti-government

 


 ANKARA: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey is not a country that bows to external threats. 

 According to details, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoan said in a speech at the convention center that the language of threats in the Eastern Mediterranean has lost its significance and the opposition forces know that Turkey is not a country that bows to anti-government 

 Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey has the longest coastal area in the Eastern Mediterranean which will not be allowed to be restricted by external forces. Media player poster frame He said that we have always presented the image of a resourceful state while legitimately defending our rights in the face of childish movements. 

 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that those who have targeted national unity and solidarity now have to account for every drop of blood, just as we have continued to eliminate terrorist groups hiding in the streets, as well as our cities. His comrades in hiding will also be brought to justice. It may be recalled that last month, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while announcing the largest gas discovery in the history of the Black Sea, said that 320 billion cubic meters of natural gas had been discovered in the Black Sea. 
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However, the current situation in Turkey is more complicated than mere arguments of morality given the country’s long record of social media and internet restrictions. By the end of last year, 408,494 websites, 7,000 Twitter accounts, 40,000 tweets, 10,000 YouTube videos and 6,200 Facebook posts were legally blocked in the country, according to a report by the Istanbul-based Freedom of Expression Association.
In the meantime, an Internet savvy population figured out ways to circumvent restrictions by alternating their connection locations via VPNs, while social media platforms such as Twitter mostly resisted court orders relayed to them. “Twitter filed legal objections for court orders from Turkey that involved verified journalists or news outlets, arguing that those decisions may be contrary to protections of freedom of press,” a report by the platform, covering the period between January and June 2019 said. “None of those objections were successful during this reporting period.”

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