Yeniçağ Newspaper hits the ax at stone in its publications intended to discredit the Turkish armed forces and our country. Although we are tired from carrying news of Yeniçağ over to the judiciary, they are using unfamiliar methods to obtain support for their slander and false news. Although we have announced that SADAT has not have any armed force and invited the claimants to proof this, with Yeniçağ's applying again a question that is mind-blowing to MSB, the veto was eaten.
Here is the relevant news;
Under the crisis of INVITATION to Yeniçağ, Ankara Representative Uğuroğlu, The SADAT question is out!
The fact that not invited Yeniçağ Newspaper, which stands out with its nationalist identity, recently to the press conference held by Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar caused a crisis between the administration of the newspaper and the Ankara office. AVAZTÜRK reached the details that sparked the crisis.
In the Ülkücü community, the veto implemented by the Ministry of National Defense against Yeniçağ Newspaper that evolved into a nationalist left line with a big turn, caused a crisis between the newspaper administration and its representative in Ankara.
Media Representatives of Ankara were invited at the Press Conference organized by the Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar recently and it was learned that no invitations were sent to Yeniçağ Newspaper.
It is learned that the management of the Yeniçağ newspaper asked its representative in Ankara, Orhan Uğuroğlu, why they were not invited to attend this meeting until now at the time he was being invited, but Uğuroğlu could not give a satisfactory answer.
AVAZTÜRK has reached the developments in the background of the incident that caused an invitation crisis from the Ministry of National Defense and General Staff sources.
According to the information obtained; the Representative of Yeniçağ Newspaper, Orhan Uğuroğlu, in Ankara asked recently the General staff and Minister of National Defense, Hulusi Akar, addressing; whether the original of elements who were sent to Libya are from SADAT, whom CHP and HDP in particular have accused of "establishing a paramilitary organization". Moreover, Orhan Uğuroğlu, representative of the Yeniçağ newspaper in Ankara, was reported that he should give a written question in this direction. Yeniçağ Newspaper Ankara Representative Orhan Uğuroğlu also asked the Chief of the General Staff in a written text whether the Turkish Armed Forces who went to Libya consisted of SADAT, who had retired from his position, the Chief Advisor to the President of the Republic of Turkey, retired General Adnan Tanrıverdi.
According to the question posed by Yeniçağ Newspaper, which was evaluated as aiming to distort the policy of Turkey and the Turkish Armed Forces towards Libya from start to end, and on this there appeared tendencies at the Turkish Ministry of Defense and the Staff that the Yeniçağ Newspaper will not be invited to press conferences and open meetings, it was learned that this development was the reason why Yeniçağ Newspaper was not invited to the last press conference.
While it was concerned about what position the Yeniçağ Newspaper's administration would follow against its representative in Ankara, Orhan Uğuroğlu, who had hidden this situation from them, it was known that the learned of the National Defense Ministry and the General Staff was rather than the newspaper's Ankara Representative, Orhan Uğuroğlu..