Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke about his country’s participation in the redistribution of the world after the pandemic coronavirus. About it reports TASS.
Predicted the future of air travel after the pandemic coronavirus
According to the Turkish leader, developed countries are faced with despair amid the current crisis. This forces to reconsider all predictions of the future development of mankind. According to Erdogan, Turkey for the first time since the Second world war had the opportunity to participate in the restructuring of the world order.
Earlier, Erdogan dismissed the petition of the Minister of internal Affairs Suleyman Soylu resignation because of the decision to impose a curfew. In connection with the suddenness of the ads in the cities where it was planned to introduce a ban on the exit to the street, the chaos began: people crowded in the shops hoping to purchase products. In the end, the threat of the spread of coronavirus has only increased.
Outbreak of pneumonia COVID-19 caused by a new type of coronavirus, was first recorded in December 2019 in Wuhan. On 11 March, the who announced that the situation can be characterized as a pandemic.