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“We will continue to strengthen our cooperation with the African continent, and our conflict there continues to haunt the colonists,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday.
This emerges from his participation in a meeting of his party, the AKParti, in the Eskiehir province of northwestern Turkey.
Erdogan insisted that “Turkey’s struggle for a more just world greatly upsets the colonists and their agents among us. We never deal with those who defame Turkey, but rather with their in Africa.” Face the bloody and murderous past.
And to add: “Aren’t you going to kill a million people in Algeria, a million people in Nigeria and 900,000 in Rwanda? Who are these people? It was the West and France that did it”.
And Erdogan insists: “They cannot teach us a lesson in humanity. They must first learn about humanity. From whom? From Turkey. Because of our policy towards Africa, our African brothers would respond the same way to those who criticized us. as they should be given.”
Erdogan concluded his speech by reassuring that “in the times to come, we will continue to strengthen our cooperation with the African continent, which is one of the most important components of our global vision, and that, even That at the cost of harassing the colonists and their fifth pillar”.
* Translated from Arabic by Munir Benour.
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