Prime Minister Tufan Erhürman has said that the clocks will go back by one hour this month.
Speaking on a BRT programme, he was asked whether or not the clocks would go back.
The prime minister said that he had been following developments in Europe on the debate as whether or not to keep summer time. In a poll, an overwhelming number of EU member countries had said they wanted to scrap daylight saving time and keep to summer time, he said.
Clocks go back by an hour on Sunday, October 28.