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Turkish FM accuses Germany of meddling in Ankara’s internal affairs ahead of April referendum

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has accused Berlin of putting pressure on Germany-based Turks and thus trying to influence the upcoming referendum that may dramatically increase presidential powers in Turkey.

“This is systematic obstruction, and Germany is applying systematic pressure on our citizens. This is unacceptable. We always want to see Germany as a friend but Germany's systematic anti-Turkey approach does not suit our friendship,” Cavusoglu said on Tuesday, addressing Turkish people at the residence of the Turkish Consulate General in Hamburg, as cited by Cumhuriyet.

The meeting was initially supposed to take place in another building, but it was closed by German authorities.

“We stick to the principle that we should not meddle in the internal politics of a friendly country,” Cavusoglu said. “Germany shouldn't intervene in our politics, in our referendum, either.”

“Do not give us lessons in matters such as human rights and democracy,” he stressed. 

The minister said that this is not the first time that meetings of Turkish people in Germany with Ankara officials have been canceled, as Berlin is trying to change their attitude toward the referendum in April, which could significantly widen the president’s powers in Turkey.

“They are blocking ‘yes’ voters and supporting ‘no’ voters in our referendum,” Cavusoglu argued.

https://www.rt.com/news/379787-turkey-cavusoglu-hamburg-referendum/


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