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Cavusoglu urges Germany to normalize

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoglu said that the relations between Turkey and Germany should be normalized, so if you take a step at us, we will take two steps.

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoglu Der Spiegel told magazine that Turkey-Germany has been strained for some time. There is no reason to have a problem between Turkey and Germany, Cavusoglu said, "If you (Germany) give us a step, we will take two steps."

' We work with CEM Özdemir '

Cavusoglu discussed expectations from German government in interview. The Turkish Government is ready to work in cooperation with Green Party Cem Özdemir's foreign minister in a possible coalition in Germany, stating that " relations between countries in a single person It would be wrong to identify. "

Green co-chair Cem Özdemir harshly criticised Turkish government for its policies against opposition, demanding that German government take a tougher stance towards Ankara.

Erdogan's Nazi analogy Foreign Minister Cavusoglu criticised Germany in inter-interstate crisis, arguing Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hard-to-get German politicians. "The president responded only to attacks," Cavusoglu said. Erdogan's Nazi analogy was a response to Germany's hostile stance. The Federal government must learn to respect Turkey, "he said. Die Welt newspaper Turkey correspondent Deniz Yücel also referring to German citizens who are imprisoned in Turkey, Çavuşoğlu, Yücel was arrested for suspicion of committing a crime as a Turkish citizen, wher or not judiciary is guilty or innocent He said. Turkish Foreign minister said that trial process of German human rights advocate Peter Steutner, who was arrested in July with a large number of human rights activists, is trying to accelerate. Çavuşoğlu said that this issue is in favour of Ministers of Internal Affairs and justice.


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