[Global Times reporter Zhen Xiang] according to Agence France Presse on the 21st, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on the same day that another ancient building with the double marks of orthodox and Islam in Istanbul will be transformed into a mosque. The original name of this ancient building is the Cora church, adjacent to the Cathedral of St. Sophia, which was officially converted into a mosque during the controversy. < / P > < p > according to the report, the KORA church was built in the Byzantine period of the middle ages about 1000 years ago. About half a century after the conquest of Byzantium by the Ottoman Turkish Empire, the KORA church was transformed into a Kaliya mosque. After the Second World War, along with the process of Turkey’s secularization reform, kaliye mosque was transformed into a museum. < p > < p > after Erdogan’s order, the AFP reporter visited the kaliye Museum and found that the museum was still open to visitors. Before this, Saint Sophia Cathedral was ordered to be converted into a mosque, immediately closed the door and started the renovation. According to orthodox sources, the Calier museum was originally used as an Orthodox Church, and there are exquisite orthodox mosaic murals inside. It is estimated that these murals will be covered after the building is converted into a mosque. This treatment is the same as that of St. Sophia’s Cathedral to block the orthodox elements. Erdogan has repeatedly mentioned that on the 21st, Erdogan would announce good news to the whole country “heralding the arrival of a new era in Turkey”. As early as November last year, the Supreme Administrative Court of Turkey approved that the Kariye museum should be changed into line clearing day, which is only a concrete implementation of this decision. In recent days, the news of Turkey’s discovery of oil and gas resources in the Black Sea has been revealed by Bloomberg and Reuters. Erdogan confirmed on the 21st that Turkey has discovered a giant natural gas field in the Black Sea, and its reserves may meet Turkey’s energy demand for 20 years. This may be the real good news Erdogan refers to.