The Saudis inspired them … Greece, Cyprus and Armenia to join a boycott campaign

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They followed the example of the kingdom’s youth and announced a cessation of importing and selling their goods

At a time when economic pressure on Turkey is mounting in sympathy with the sharp decline in the exchange rate of the national currency, the lira, and its successive bends against the US dollar, the pace of the economic boycott of the politically floundering country is also escalating to include new countries, including Greece, Cyprus and Armenia, as an extension of the popular boycott of Turkish products witnessed by Saudi Arabia.

The people of Greece, Cyprus and Armenia followed the example of the Saudi people in calling for a boycott of products coming from Turkey. Due to the hostile Turkish policy towards those countries.

The youth of those countries were inspired by the artistic design of the Saudi campaign slogan, and they replaced the campaign slogan in Arabic (the popular campaign to boycott Turkey) to their mother tongue.

A video clip circulating from Greece showed signs and billboards from one of the fields in support of the campaign in the languages ​​of the countries participating in the boycott, including Arabic, while other photos from Armenia showed that the shelves of major commercial markets are empty of Turkish products with signs stating that the sale of Turkish goods is prohibited.

Greek companies have already launched a campaign to ban the import of Turkish goods last July, after Ankara announced the transformation of the Hagia Sophia Museum into a mosque, and at the time the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the President of the Greek Trade and Investment Union, Yavsilis Korkidis, stressed the need for sanctions to take a new turn, by launching campaigns To boycott Turkish products, calling on Greek businessmen to stop trade relations with Turkey, and consumers to boycott Turkey’s products, but the momentum created by the Saudi popular boycott has brought the boycott issue back to the surface again.

Turkey is suffering due to a severe financial and monetary crisis, which pushed the exchange rates of the lira to low levels, at a time when the voices of citizens began to rise in Saudi Arabia, demanding companies and institutions to stop importing Turkish products and goods, which constitutes a great burden on the sagging Turkish currency, and left it in a major crisis, especially With the arrival of many Saudi companies at the desire of citizens, and their announcement to stop dealing with Turkish companies, driven by patriotism.



The popular campaign to boycott Turkish products

Inspired by the Saudis … Greece, Cyprus and Armenia are joining the campaign to boycott Turkish products

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At a time when economic pressure on Turkey is mounting in sympathy with the sharp decline in the exchange rate of the national currency, the lira, and its successive bends against the US dollar, the pace of the economic boycott of the politically floundering country is also escalating to include new countries, including Greece, Cyprus and Armenia, as an extension of the popular boycott of Turkish products witnessed by Saudi Arabia.

The peoples of Greece, Cyprus and Armenia followed the example of the Saudi people in calling for a boycott of products coming from Turkey. Due to the hostile Turkish policy towards those countries.

The youth of those countries were inspired by the artistic design of the Saudi campaign slogan, and they replaced the campaign slogan in Arabic (the popular campaign to boycott Turkey) to their mother tongue.

A video clip circulating from Greece showed signs and billboards from one of the fields in support of the campaign in the languages ​​of the countries participating in the boycott, including Arabic, while other photos from Armenia showed that the shelves of major commercial markets are empty of Turkish products with signs stating that the sale of Turkish goods is prohibited.

Greek companies have already launched a campaign to ban the import of Turkish goods last July, after Ankara announced the transformation of the Hagia Sophia Museum into a mosque, and at the time the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the President of the Greek Trade and Investment Union, Yavsilis Korkidis, stressed the need for sanctions to take a new turn, by launching campaigns To boycott Turkish products, calling on Greek businessmen to stop trade relations with Turkey, and consumers to boycott Turkey’s products, but the momentum created by the Saudi popular boycott has brought the boycott issue back to the surface again.

Turkey is suffering due to a severe financial and monetary crisis, which pushed the exchange rates of the lira to low levels, at a time when the voices of citizens began to rise in Saudi Arabia demanding companies and institutions to stop importing Turkish products and goods, which constitutes a great burden on the Turkish currency faltering, and left it in a major crisis, especially With the arrival of many Saudi companies at the citizens’ desire, and their announcement to stop dealing with Turkish companies, driven by national sentiment.

October 18, 2020 – Rabi` al-Awwal 1, 1442

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They followed the example of the kingdom’s youth and declared a halt to importing and selling their goods

At a time when economic pressure on Turkey is mounting in sympathy with the sharp decline in the exchange rate of the national currency, the lira, and its successive bends against the US dollar, the pace of the economic boycott of the politically floundering country is also escalating to include new countries, including Greece, Cyprus and Armenia, as an extension of the popular boycott of Turkish products witnessed by Saudi Arabia.

The people of Greece, Cyprus and Armenia followed the example of the Saudi people in calling for a boycott of products coming from Turkey. Due to the hostile Turkish policy towards those countries.

The youth of those countries were inspired by the artistic design of the Saudi campaign slogan, and they replaced the campaign slogan in the Arabic language (the popular campaign to boycott Turkey) to their mother tongue.

A video clip circulating from Greece showed signs and billboards from one of the fields in support of the campaign in the languages ​​of the countries participating in the boycott, including Arabic, while other photos from Armenia showed that the shelves of major commercial markets are empty of Turkish products with signs stating that the sale of Turkish goods is prohibited.

Greek companies have already launched a campaign to ban the import of Turkish goods last July, following Ankara’s announcement of converting the Hagia Sophia Museum into a mosque, and at the time the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the President of the Greek Trade and Investment Union, Yavsilis Korkidis, stressed the need for sanctions to take a new turn, by launching campaigns To boycott Turkish products, calling on Greek businessmen to stop trade relations with Turkey, and consumers to boycott Turkey’s products, but the momentum created by the Saudi popular boycott has brought the boycott issue back to the surface again.

Turkey is suffering due to a severe financial and monetary crisis, which pushed the exchange rates of the lira to low levels, at a time when the voices of citizens began to rise in Saudi Arabia, demanding companies and institutions to stop importing Turkish products and goods, which constitutes a great burden on the sagging Turkish currency, and left it in a major crisis, especially With the arrival of many Saudi companies at the desire of citizens, and their announcement to stop dealing with Turkish companies, driven by patriotism.

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