Turkey's central bank reserves of foreign exchange exceeded the threshold of US $ 100 billion, Turkish Finance and Finance Minister Berta Albirek said. Al-Bayraq said in a tweet at his own account on Twitter that the positive results of the measures and measures taken by the Turkish government in recent times are beginning to appear clearly.
The Turkish central bank's foreign exchange reserves increased by US $ 16 billion over the last six months, Albirek said.
The Turkish minister added that his country will continue to take the necessary measures to maintain the pace of improvement and recovery of the Turkish economy and restore its activity after a fierce foreign campaign in August last year.
He said that his country was able to achieve a qualitative leap and a major transformation in the economic field during the last 16 years.
He said Turkey's exports had risen from $ 30 billion in 2002 to $ 170 billion by the end of 2018.
He added that the Turkish economy began in this period, writing a new success story, and that all sectors in the country, led by the export sector, are involved in writing this story.