Chinese Foreign Minister Mao Ning made a statement about Turkey following social media posts.

Following reactionary social media posts by US broadcaster China Global Television Network (CGTN), China said that Turkey’s elections are the country’s internal affairs and that China has no intention of interfering or interfering.

At his regular press conference in Beijing, Foreign Minister Mao Ning slammed a CGTN America Twitter post that contains misinformation about the health of AKP Chairman and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Recalling that posts made by the broadcaster without acknowledging the source were subsequently deleted but not corrected, and that they were circulated on social media to other media outlets and personal accounts, Mao’s spokesman said, “I don’t know the details of the incident. you mentioned. But let me say this; Türkiye is a friend of China. China is always against interference in the internal affairs of countries. Elections are Turkey’s internal affair, China will not interfere and interfere in this.” said.

Yesterday, CGTN America said in two posts on its Twitter account that President Erdogan had a heart attack and his family was called to the hospital.

The organization later deleted the two posts, saying previous reports about Erdogan’s health were “unconfirmed.”

Presidential Communications Director Fahrettin Altun strongly denied “baseless allegations” regarding Erdogan’s health and announced that Erdogan would attend the inauguration of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant via videoconference.

Sharing screen shots of Erdogan’s health allegations that are included in some reports, including CGTN, Altun said, “We strongly reject these unsubstantiated claims about the health of our president, Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan.” used words.

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