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Ankara. The Turkish head of state Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spaced from the threatened expulsion of Western diplomats. Previously, the US embassy and other affected embassies had published a statement on Twitter.
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan does not want to show German and nine more ambassadors. The reluctant reaction of Germany and other countries evaluated the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday as a lobby. The ambassadors would have returned to "the slander of our judiciary and our country," said Erdogan on Monday after a cabinet meeting in Ankara. He believes that the ambassadors will be "cautious" in the future.
Jailed Turkish philanthropist awaits his fate under Erdogan's wrath
Jailed without a conviction since 2017, Turkish philanthropist Osman Kavala says he feels like a tool in President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's attempts to blame a foreign plot for domestic dissent against his mercurial rule. A gaunt and bearded intellectual who once patronised culture and the arts, the 64-year-old Kavala makes a striking foil for Erdogan, a promoter of political Islam who has governed Turkey with an increasingly iron fist since 2003. © Handout Philanthropist Osman Kavala says he does not expect to walk free any time soon While tens of thousands have been jailed or stripped of their jobs on tenuous charges since Erdogan survived a coup attem
Who does not respect the independence of Turkey and the sensitivities of the Turks, will not be welcomed in this country, so Erdogan. No matter what status the person has.
Background of the statements Erdogan was an explanation of the ambassadors of Germany, the USA, France and seven other states at the beginning of past week. In it, they demand the release of the Turkish entrepreneur and cultural conveyor Osman Kavala. Since 2017, the 64-year-old has been studied in Istanbul, although the European Court of Justice for Human Rights (EGMR) had already arranged his release in 2019.
Erdogan said on Saturday, he has instructed the Foreign Ministry to explain the ambassadors ten western countries - including Germany also the US and France - to unwanted persons ("Persona Non Grata").
Turkey. Erdogan threatens to expel ambassadors after the call of 10 countries in favor of an opponent
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish President, threatens to expel the ambassadors from 10 countries who have called on the settlement of the case concerning the case. Osman Kavala Politics opponent. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatens to expel the ambassadors of ten countries including the France , Germany and the United States after a call launched this week in favor of the release of the opponent and Osman Kavala patron.
Once the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs officially communicated this to the states concerned, the ambassadors must set their activity "within a reasonable period of time" after the Viennese Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Until Monday afternoon, there has not been such a communication according to the Foreign Office yet.
The US embassies, Canada, New Zealand and the Netherlands in Ankara tweeted a statement on Monday to continue to hold on to Article 41 of the Vienna Convention. Other messages like the Germans shared US Tweet. The article has diplomats, inter alia, not to engage in internal affairs of the reception State.
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