Minister of Industry and Technology, Mustafa Varank, made a speech in the Bursa district of Turkey, discussing various topics such as the High Speed Train project and the battery factory. At a rally in the area, he praised a banner that read “World-class pepper grows in our plain. My Minister will take a tour with Togg on the road to Iznik.” Varank confirmed that the pepper had been registered and that he would continue to serve the district after the upcoming elections.
Varank also criticized the Felicity Party’s chairman, Temel Karamollaoğlu, for opposing the High Speed Train project in Sivas and for only valuing his district’s interests. Varank also commented on the opposition’s disbelief in Turkey’s ability to produce its own automobiles. He stated that the opposition is ignorant of Bursa, Turkey, and production, and that he will teach them a lesson.
Varank also spoke about the battery factory built near Turkey’s automobile factory and criticized the Republican People’s Party for voting against the zoning plans for the factory. He remarked that Turkey needs to stand behind President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his party to open doors for the Turkish Century.
Overall, Varank’s speech emphasized Turkey’s progress and development and urged voters to support the ruling party and its leader in the upcoming elections.