Turkey’s trade with Israel breaks records

30 Apr 2024
Turkey’s trade with Israel breaks records

According to data from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK), exports to Israel have reached a record level since the conflicts began in October 2023. In March, exports to Israel amounted to $436,928,000. Export figures between October 2023 and February 2024 were as follows: $347,868,000; $319,207,000; $429,054,000; $349,481,000; $422,059,000; $436,928,000.

So, while Erdogan declares support for the Palestinian people on the one hand, on the other hand, many products, including those used in military activities, are being sent to Israel. As previously announced, a significant portion of these goods is being transported by ships belonging to Erdogan’s close relatives.

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