The expected money from Erdogan’s expedition to the Persian Gulf became known

SHAFAQNA Türkiye – Following President Tayyip Erdogan’s scheduled mid-July trip to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), about $10 billion in direct investment is expected to flow into Turkey from Arab countries bordering the Persian Gulf.

Erdogan will meet with the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE during his visits July 17-19.

The negotiations will also discuss the transfer of external resources to the weakening economy before the elections in May.


The two senior officials, who did not want to reveal their names because the talks are still pending, said in the longer term that they expect the said countries to invest up to $30 billion in Turkey’s energy, infrastructure and defense sectors.

A senior official said: “It is very important that one-third of this amount is received in a short time … Serious things are expected from the visit to the Gulf countries. Some important agreements will be signed here,” he said.

The Chairman did not respond to questions on this matter. It was not possible to contact the authorities of Riyadh, Doha and Abu Dhabi at the time of the news release.

The official said that since this investment will be direct investment, “it is extremely important for us as an indicator of confidence in the economy.”

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