Overseas Network, July 4. According to the "Turkish Daily" report cited by the Russian Satellite News Agency, a large amount of rare earth resources have been discovered in the Eskisehir province in northwestern Turkey, and its reserves can meet the global demand for 1,000 years.

  The deposit discovered in Eskisehir province contains about 694 million tons of rare earths, which could bring billions of dollars in benefits to Turkey after processing.

Metin Cekink, a member of the Turkish Mining and Metal Exporters Federation, said that the rare earth reserves discovered in Turkey are enough to meet the world's needs for 1,000 years.

"This will create jobs for locals and young people." (Wang Shanning, Overseas Network)