Ankara, Turkey – The National Security Council meeting is over. After the meeting lasted 4 hours and 10 minutes, the statement said: ‘Turkey will not compromise its interests on land, sea and air. The European Union must respect the interests of our country and the TRNC,’ he said.
The meeting of the National Security Council (NSC), chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, ended. The meeting, held at the Presidential Complex, lasted 4 hours and 10 minutes. A 4-point statement issued at the end of the meeting emphasized the Eastern Mediterranean. “Turkey will not compromise its interests on land, sea and air,” the statement said.
“In the statement of the National Security Council, it was once again stated that” there will be no concessions on the protection of the rights and interests of the Turkish nation on land, sea and air, as it has been so far.
Countries acting in violation of international law and treaties, especially the arming of islands with informal military status, have been invited to Sane. As for the fair sharing of Natural Resources in the region, Turkey is in favor of dialogue on every platform and primarily.
It has been stated that Turkey, which supports the fight against terrorism and the establishment of stability within the framework of legitimacy in Syria and Libya, will continue its position that these countries will achieve peace and prosperity. The international community has also been invited to take concrete steps against illegitimate entities and terrorist organizations that usurp the freedoms and resources of oppressed nations, as well as actors who support them.
Regional and global in every conflict, always right, righteousness, justice on the side of Turkey, situated in the eastern Mediterranean indicated that attitudes and actions occurred in the same frame, especially all the institutions of the European Union and of the states of our country getting involved in the conflict to this principled stance and to be respectful to the rights and interests of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus has urged” expressions were used.