German FM calls Turskish President's decision to address Turks in Germany during G20 summit inappropriate



    German FM calls Turskish President's decision to address Turks in Germany during G20 summit inappropriate


    June 29, Berlin: The German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has called Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s decision to  hold public events during his trip to G20 summit, “inappropriate.”

    Germany is home to about 3 million people of Turks, including some 800,000 ethnic Kurds of which,1.41 million are Turkish citizens who had cast ballots in the refereundum polls which strengthened Erdogan's presidency.

    Scores of people had lined up outside the Turkish consulate in Berlin to vote as a handful of supporters of Turkey's main pro-Kurdish opposition party, the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), held up protest signs.

    The Oslo Times International News Network

     
     

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