By Sarp Ozer
ANKARA (AA) - Turkish policies have been made clearer so that nobody points fingers at us from beyond the ocean, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said on Monday.
Soylu made the remarks while speaking at the Anadolu Agency’s Editors’ Desk.
He also spoke about the municipalities in eastern Turkey, which were handed over to trustees via Interior Ministry in the past year.
“Their 650 million Turkish lira ($140 million) debt has been paid. Those municipalities have invested over 4 billion liras (near $1 billion) in the region.”