X could be restricted in Turkey at any moment: A Statement on the Issue!

X could be restricted in Turkey at any moment: A Statement on the Issue!

The problem of X (Twitter) not opening a representative office in Turkey is still ongoing. After the advertising ban, it’s time for a restriction. Here are the details!

The X (Twitter) Turkey debate and ban, which has been ongoing since last year, is still ongoing. Explaining that a representative has still not been appointed in Turkey, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Abdulkadir Uraloğlu gave new information on the issue.

X, the most popular social media application worldwide, is one of the most widely used applications in Turkey. Since last year, it has been said that a legal regulation is needed for the application, of which Elon Musk is the CEO, not to appoint a representative in Turkey.

X could be restricted in Turkey at any moment

On April 23rd, Abdulkadir Uraloğlu attended the reception organized at the Turkish Grand National Assembly and answered questions. One of these questions was whether there was any update on X’s representation in Turkey.

Uraloğlu said that if X does not open a representative office, new sanctions will be imposed. He said in his statement: “X still has not appointed a representative in Turkey. A legal regulation will also be required. Our negotiations are still ongoing. There is an advertising ban in force. Its continuation is also on our agenda.”

X (Twitter) was warned long ago to open a representative office in Turkey. With still no action taken for this, an advertising ban was imposed in Turkey. According to the minister, if this process continues, the next move will be band narrowing.

We will see if X will take action on this issue in the coming days. If not, there will be restrictions on the use of X in Turkey.

Gül Demirci

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