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US News Turkey: The book plunges again after the request from Erdogan to expel ten ambassadors

13:15  25 october  2021
13:15  25 october  2021 Source:   rmc.bfmtv.com

Erdogan claims that Turkey is in discussion with the United States for the acquisition of new F-16

 Erdogan claims that Turkey is in discussion with the United States for the acquisition of new F-16 © Reuters - Osman Orsal Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday, October 17 that his country was in talks with the United States for the acquisition of F-16 combat aircraft (image of illustration). Sunday, before taking off for his trip to Africa, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country was in talks with the United States for the acquisition of F-16 US combat aircraft. Turkey had been excluded from the F-35 aircraft program after purchase Russian anti-air defense systems.

Turquie : la livre plonge à nouveau après la demande d'Erdogan d'expulser dix ambassadeurs © Pixabay Turkey: the book plunges again after the request of Erdogan to expel ten ambassadors new dive Turkish pound after The expulsion threats of Western diplomats.

The Turkish book reached a lower historic Monday, October 25 at the opening of the courses, after the threats of the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Expulsion Ten Western diplomats mobilized in favor of opposing Osman Kavala. The national currency exchanged up to more than 9.80 pounds for a dollar before stabilizing around $ 9.73 after 05:00 GMT, down 1.3% facing the greenback. Ambassadors of ten countries - Canada, France, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States - have provoked the anger of the head of The state by calling on October 18 to a "fair and rapid settlement of Osman Kavala case.

Turkey: The ambassadors of ten countries summoned after their support for Osman Kavala

 Turkey: The ambassadors of ten countries summoned after their support for Osman Kavala © Handout Anadolu Culture Center / AFP Osman Kavala has been imprisoned in Turkey since October 18, 2017. A dozen Western embassies have claimed its release. The Turkish Foreign Ministry has summoned the ambassadors of ten countries, including the United States, Germany, Canada and France, who had claimed in a common statement the release of the philanthrope Osman Kavala. The latter, regularly targeted by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has been imprisoned for four years.


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this businessman and patron Turk, become a Black beasts of the plan, has been imprisoned for four years without judgment, accused of wanting to destabilize the Turkey . Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Saturday ordered the expulsion, "as soon as possible", ambassadors of these ten states. At this point, however, the countries concerned have not received an official notification. A cabinet meeting must be held at 12:00 GMT in Ankara, at the end of which these evictions could be confirmed - or not.

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The Turkish book, which had already known a black week marked by the placement of Ankara on the FATF "Gray List" for its failures in the fight against money laundering and the financing of the terrorism, lost 24% of its value against the dollar since the beginning of the year. According to Economist Timothy Ash, Analyst at BlueBay Asset Management, the expulsion of ten Western ambassadors by Ankara "would hurt Erdogan". "The Ten [States] would reduce their exchanges with the Erdogan regime and investments in Turkey would suffer," he says.

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Sofia. On the arrival of refugees, Bulgaria reacts with upgrading: Army vehicles and soldiers should patrol with the police at the border with Turkey. A barbed wire fence is already there. © Hristo Ruseev In February 2020, Bulgaria launched a waterworker at the Capitan Andreevo border crossing. (ArchiveFoto) Bulgaria uses 350 soldiers and 40 arm vehicles on his southern border with Turkey to respond to the arrival of refugees.

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