Erdogan says Turkey's biggest tourism problem

Erdogan announced the biggest problem for Turkey's tourism

Tourism is moving towards “fulfillment of its goals to the maximum”, but high inflation in Turkey remains its main problem. This statement was made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers. He stressed that Turkey is counting on an increase in income from tourism services.

“Inflation is still our biggest problem. Right now, every country in the world is grappling with the threat of inflation unprecedented in the past 40-50 years. In Turkey, I hope that we will witness a rapid decline in inflation in our country after the New Year,” Erdogan reassured

He also reported that tourism is moving towards its goals this year, and to the maximum. “Now in September, it is almost impossible to find empty places in hotels, planes, tourist sites!” said the Turkish President.

“Growth in international tourism activity continues despite the ongoing risks associated with the outbreak of Covid -19 and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. In this context, travel revenue is expected to continue its upward trend and exceed the pre-pandemic level of $34 billion,” Erdogan assured.

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