SHAFAQNA Türkiye – Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu made an important statement regarding tenants. Cavusoglu said: “We will do whatever is necessary with legal regulations and additional measures. In large cities, we will pay rent to civil servants at the regional and district levels. With the help of TOKİ, we will quickly deliver new homes to our region and ensure the balance of supply and demand.”
Drawing attention to the three issues that citizens most often voiced during the election campaign and which they began to work on, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said: “The first of them is the exorbitant increase in rents in Antalya. First, the Russian-Ukrainian war, then earthquakes, the catastrophe of the century, upset the balance of supply and demand. However, this problem is not only a consequence of crises; thanks to the cunning of the opportunists. This is neither moral nor humane. We will do everything necessary with legal regulations and additional measures. In large cities, we will pay rent to civil servants at the regional and district levels. With the help of TOKİ, we will quickly acquire new homes in our region and ensure the balance of supply and demand. The second problem is that some of our districts could not take advantage of agricultural benefits due to legal provisions. After discussing this with our Ministry of Agriculture, we immediately began research. We will receive the results as soon as possible and present them for equal use in every area from the west to the east of Antalya. Thirdly, we have begun work to eliminate shortcomings in the electric power infrastructure.”
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