By: Middle East Affairs
ANKARA – On Thursday, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said that U.S. sanctions forced on Turkey over the preliminary of an American pastor blamed for terrorism are unsuitable and will have restricted effect on the Turkish economy.
Additionally, Berat Albayrak said Turkey’s need was to determine the issue with Washington, a NATO partner, through exchange and strategy. Theoretical activities in budgetary markets following the declaration of the authorizations would be rendered void.
It should be noted that Turkey was chipping away at anchoring short and medium-term outer financing, Albayrak likewise said in an announcement.