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His comments come after the Dutch government withdrew it permission to allow a plane carrying Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu to land in Holland.
Mr Cavusoglu was originally scheduled to speak at a rally in support of a Yes vote in Turkey’s upcoming referendum, which would give Mr Erdogan greatly increased powers.
But the rally was banned for security reasons, according to Rotterdam's mayor.
And Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said in a statement the Turkish threat of sanctions made "the search for a reasonable solution impossible".