The boycott password … a statistic that reveals the size of the collapse of Turkish exports

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It’s down 98% in one year

Turkish exports to the Saudi market continued to decline and collapse after recent official statistics revealed that those exports decreased by 98%. By the Saudi popular boycott of Turkish products.

According to those data, imports from Turkey amounted to 14.1 million riyals, equivalent to 3.76 million dollars in January 2021, down from 50.6 million riyals in December 2020, and from 622 million riyals in January 2020, as Turkish exports to the Kingdom decreased by about 98% in just one year.

“We are helpless”
Earlier, Turkish media quoted Mevlüt Çavuşolu, the Turkish Foreign Minister, as saying, “We are helpless”, commenting on the popular Saudi boycott of Turkish products.

In response to a parliamentary questioning presented by the CHP deputy, Mahmud Tanal, regarding the popular Saudi boycott, Davutoglu said: “We will continue to take the necessary steps in bilateral and multilateral forums on this issue.”

Ihsanoglu stated that he had discussed the issue with the Saudi Foreign Minister on the sidelines of the Niamey meeting last November. Adding: “We continue our initiatives towards the Saudi authorities regarding our companies and our exported goods to the Kingdom.”

The Turkish newspaper “Zaman” indicated that the Turkish minister’s statements reflect the depth of the crisis, the lack of resourcefulness of the Turkish government, and its failure for months to re-export its exports to the Saudi market.

The Turkish newspaper pointed out that the volume of Turkish exports to Saudi Arabia is almost near zero now, while it was estimated at $ 3.3 billion annually before the popular boycott. The newspaper attributed the reason for the boycott to Turkey’s policy towards the Gulf, and the military operations it carried out in Syria.

The boycott continues
The popular boycott campaign of Turkish products issued a statement about a month ago announcing the continuation of the campaign to stop dealing with Turkish products popularly, noting that the sale of these products would not be accepted, with stores a few months ago pledging not to import them again .. Adding: “The presence of any Turkish goods. In stores, it is considered non-compliance with the previous data issued by the stores during the launch of the campaign about 4 months ago, and an attempt to circumvent their pledges, and disregard the conscious and loving national consumer of his country.

According to what was stated in the statement, the campaign said: “Today we do not have, with the continuation and expansion of the Turkish state of hostility, and officially declaring them a map of their ambitions in the region, except to boycott any stores that deal with Turkey, sell their products, and not deal with them at all, because the country and its leadership is a red line, no It is acceptable to be prejudiced. ”
The popular campaign to boycott Turkish products

The boycott password is a statistic that reveals the collapse of Turkish exports to Saudi Arabia

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Turkish exports to the Saudi market continued to decline and collapse after recent official statistics revealed that those exports decreased by 98%. By the Saudi popular boycott of Turkish products.

According to those data, imports from Turkey amounted to 14.1 million riyals, equivalent to 3.76 million dollars in January 2021, down from 50.6 million riyals in December 2020, and from 622 million riyals in January 2020, as Turkish exports to the Kingdom decreased by about 98% in just one year.

“We are helpless”
Earlier, Turkish media quoted Mevlüt Çavuşolu, the Turkish Foreign Minister, as saying, “We are helpless”, commenting on the popular Saudi boycott of Turkish products.

In response to a parliamentary questioning presented by the CHP deputy, Mahmud Tanal, regarding the popular Saudi boycott, Davutoglu said: “We will continue to take the necessary steps in bilateral and multilateral forums on this issue.”

Ihsanoglu stated that he had discussed the issue with the Saudi Foreign Minister on the sidelines of the Niamey meeting last November. Adding: “We continue our initiatives towards the Saudi authorities regarding our companies and our exported goods to the Kingdom.”

The Turkish newspaper “Zaman” indicated that the Turkish minister’s statements reflect the depth of the crisis, the lack of resourcefulness of the Turkish government, and its failure for months to re-export its exports to the Saudi market.

The Turkish newspaper pointed out that the volume of Turkish exports to Saudi Arabia is almost near zero now, while it was estimated at $ 3.3 billion annually before the popular boycott. The newspaper attributed the reason for the boycott to Turkey’s policy towards the Gulf, and the military operations it carried out in Syria.

The boycott continues
The popular boycott campaign of Turkish products issued a statement about a month ago announcing the continuation of the campaign to stop dealing with Turkish products popularly, noting that the sale of these products would not be accepted, with stores a few months ago pledging not to import them again .. Adding: “The presence of any Turkish goods. In stores, it is considered non-compliance with the previous data issued by the stores during the launch of the campaign about 4 months ago, and an attempt to circumvent their pledges, and disregard the conscious and loving national consumer of his country.

According to what was stated in the statement, the campaign said: “Today we do not have, with the continuation and expansion of the Turkish state of hostility, and officially declaring them a map of their ambitions in the region, except to boycott any stores that deal with Turkey, sell their products, and not deal with them at all, because the country and its leadership is a red line, no It is acceptable to be prejudiced. ”

March 26, 2021 – Shaaban 13, 1442

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It’s down 98% in one year

Turkish exports to the Saudi market continued to decline and collapse after recent official statistics revealed that those exports decreased by 98%. By the Saudi popular boycott of Turkish products.

According to those data, imports from Turkey amounted to 14.1 million riyals, equivalent to 3.76 million dollars in January 2021, down from 50.6 million riyals in December 2020, and from 622 million riyals in January 2020, as Turkish exports to the Kingdom decreased by about 98% in just one year.

“We are helpless”
Earlier, Turkish media quoted Mevlüt Çavuşolu, the Turkish Foreign Minister, as saying, “We are helpless”, commenting on the popular Saudi boycott of Turkish products.

In response to a parliamentary questioning presented by the CHP deputy, Mahmud Tanal, regarding the popular Saudi boycott, Davutoglu said: “We will continue to take the necessary steps in bilateral and multilateral forums on this issue.”

Ihsanoglu stated that he had discussed the issue with the Saudi Foreign Minister on the sidelines of the Niamey meeting last November. Adding: “We continue our initiatives towards the Saudi authorities regarding our companies and our exported goods to the Kingdom.”

The Turkish newspaper “Zaman” indicated that the Turkish minister’s statements reflect the depth of the crisis, the lack of resourcefulness of the Turkish government, and its failure for months to re-export its exports to the Saudi market.

The Turkish newspaper pointed out that the volume of Turkish exports to Saudi Arabia is almost near zero now, while it was estimated at $ 3.3 billion annually before the popular boycott. The newspaper attributed the reason for the boycott to Turkey’s policy towards the Gulf, and the military operations it carried out in Syria.

The boycott continues
The popular boycott campaign of Turkish products issued a statement about a month ago announcing the continuation of the campaign to stop dealing with Turkish products popularly, noting that the sale of these products would not be accepted, with stores a few months ago pledging not to import them again .. Adding: “The presence of any Turkish goods. In stores, it is considered non-compliance with the previous data issued by the stores during the launch of the campaign about 4 months ago, and an attempt to circumvent their pledges, and disregard the conscious and loving national consumer of his country.

According to what was stated in the statement, the campaign said: “Today we do not have, with the continuation and expansion of the Turkish state of hostility, and officially declaring them a map of their ambitions in the region, except to boycott any stores that deal with Turkey, sell their products, and not deal with them at all, because the country and its leadership is a red line, no It is acceptable to be prejudiced. ”





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