The Turkish National Party converts the hard currency in its treasury into Turkish lira

Turkey's Nationalist Movement (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli on Friday ordered his party to convert its hard currency into aid to the Turkish lira.

The Turkish National Party converts the hard currency in its treasury into Turkish lira
7,481
2018-08-11 Last update 2021-01-21

The Turkish National Party converts the hard currency in its treasury into Turkish lira

Turkey's Nationalist Movement (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli on Friday ordered his party to convert its hard currency into aid to the Turkish lira.

According to a statement from the party, Bahçeli instructed his deputy finance minister Mouloud Karra Kaya to "Convert the hard currency as an aid to the Party treasury in 2018, if any, to the Turkish lira starting next Monday.”

Turkey

Turkey has recently witnessed an economic war by international forces, which has caused a decline in the exchange rate of the lira and the rise in inflation rates in the country.

Earlier, the Turkish Treasury and Finance Ministry said in a statement that the country's banking system was in a position to manage financial volatility effectively through its robust financial structure and budget.

Turkey's economy is expected to grow between 3 % and 4 % in 2019, and the current account deficit will stabilize at about 4 %.

The rise in the price of foreign currency is caused by a political rather than an economic one

In a related context, the leader of the Nationalist Party said that the reason for the rise in the price of foreign currency against the Turkish lira, not economic, but for political reasons and diplomatic blackmail.

“Rise in foreign currency prices is not driven by economic reasons, but by political reasons and diplomatic blackmail, and we have not and will not bow down to this," he said in a tweet posted on his Twitter account on Friday 10-08-2018.

"The aim of raising the price of foreign currency is to harm our country and to complete what is achieved in the failed coup attempt," he said.

He called on Turkish citizens to unite in order to counter the unrealistic rise in the foreign exchange rate. "The Turkish lira is our reputation and our honor. It is our respect and our future and a symbol of our independence, let’s help our national currency," he said.

Edited by: Imtilak Real Estate ©

Source: Anadolu Agency

More from Imtilak
High demand for construction permits in Turkey in 2021

32,832 construction permits were granted during 2020 in Turkey, an increase of approximately 132%, given the same period...

2021-05-25
2,582
Contracting in Turkey Overcomes the COVID-19 with Least Damage

Local residential loan support has contributed to the contracting sector healing quickly after the COVID-19 epidemic, re...

2021-01-04
6,638

Privacy Policy

We use cookies to offer you the best possible user experience, learn more about how to use them