NEWS FEED
Zoom
TOP 5

Threats against Erdogan not new, says Turkish deputy PM


The Turkish deputy prime minister on Saturday commented on possible "assassination threats" against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his visit to Bosnia on Sunday, APA reports quoting Anadolu agency.

 

Bekir Bozdag tweeted: "We are aware that there are circles who are discomforted by such a great leader, a man with a cause, and that they want to get rid of our president. These warnings of assassination threats are not new, always been there.

 

"Recep Tayyip Erdogan is not a man who would be afraid of death threats, turn away from his path and his cause."

 

Bozdag's remarks came following claims of possible death threats against the Turkish president during his official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

Erdogan will hold bilateral and inter-delegation talks with Bakir Izetbegovic, the Bosniak member of the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, during his visit, according to a statement by the presidential press office.

Related news releases

VİDEO NEWS

PHOTO NEWS

  • Minister of Defense participates in opening of military unit...
  • MES releases statement on fire at restaurant in Baku - UPDA...
+2
EXCHANGE RATE
FOREX
/ 19 June, 2018

USD
1.7
 
EUR
2.0067
 
RR
0.0272