We have prevented two critical attacks: Turkish Interior Minister
Turkiye's Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu announced Wednesday that they have prevented the attack on Turkiye's two critical facilities.
In statements on the agenda in a television program, Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said that they prevent attacks on Turkiye's two critical facilities.
"This election concerns us the most as Interior Ministry," Soylu said while noted that Turkiye found peace and tranquility, looking for a long time.
Stating that Turkiye's 2019 target is over 50 million tourists while fighting terrorism, Soylu noted that all data relating to Turkiye's safety has been carrying to a very good point.
"From public security to loan, from organized crime to burglary, from deaths in traffic accidents to drug-related struggles, Turkey is experiencing a time frame especially in terms of security," he said.
Pointing out that Turkiye is passing through its biggest security period, Soylu said: "We have prevented the attack on Turkiye's two critical facilities."
Minister Soylu further said that security forces, gendarme, the general staff are also working together. "MIT has operated with three important people in one of our eastern provinces. Especially in the north of Iraq, in Syria, thanks to our cooperation with regional countries, Turkiye goes through the greatest security in history."