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Turkish Interior Minister accuses the United States of ruling Europe


Turkish Interior Minister accuses the United States of ruling Europe

Ankara, Feb 3 (Prensa Latina) Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu today accused the United States of running Europe and urged to avoid agitating his nation with their actions.

Every U.S. ambassador wonders how I can harm Türkiye, and that has been one of the biggest misfortunes of our country for many years, Soylu said, quoted by television in this capital.

According to the minister, US ambassadors meet with their counterparts in other countries and try to advise them, and they do the same in Europe.

Today, Türkiye Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused several Western countries of closing consulates in his country due to alleged security threats.

Recently, heads of some diplomatic missions were summoned to the Turkish Foreign Ministry, including the states that suspended the work of their consulates general (Belgium, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, United States, France, Switzerland and Sweden).

At the meeting, the Foreign Ministry emphasized that the security of all diplomatic institutions in Türkiye is guaranteed based on international agreements.

The meeting also drew the ambassadors’ attention to the need for cooperation in the fight against terrorism.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry pointed out that the approach taken by Western countries serves the interests of terrorist organizations.

The ambassadors were summoned following Soylu’s claim that several Western states unleashed psychological warfare against his country by closing diplomatic missions under the pretext of a terrorist threat, but without providing any evidence.


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