“Every US ambassador who comes to Turkey is worried about how to make a coup or get someone to make a coup. This is Turkey’s main misfortune,” Soylu said
Unprecedented statements from Turkey’s interior minister, Suleyman Soylu, who is firing back for the second day in a row against the US.
In his statements, as broadcast from Istanbul by the SKAI correspondent, Manolis KostidisSoylou said:
“Every US ambassador who comes to Turkey is worried about how to make a coup or get someone to make a coup. This is Turkey’s main misfortune.”
He continued: “From here I am addressing the US ambassador. I know well which journalists you get to write. Get your dirty hands off Turkey!
I say it again. To withdraw your dirty hands over Turkey”.
Earlier, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs fired shots against Western countries Mevlut Cavusoglu for their decision to close the Istanbul consulates for security reasons, resorting to conspiracy.
The Turkish foreign minister said characteristically according to the Anatoli agency: “we believe that this was appropriate.”
“Countries should inform Turkey if there is a terrorist threat,” Cavusoglu said, adding that they do not share “specific” information and documents with Ankara.
“They tell us, ‘we have specific information, there is a threat. That’s why we’re closing. Who does it come from? Where; Who will do it? There is no information about it,” he said.
Turkish diplomatic sources pointed out that such simultaneous actions do not show a proportionate and prudent approach, but instead only serve the “insidious agenda of terrorist organizations”.
Turkey’s interior minister aimed his arrows at the US Suleiman Soylu, saying the United States is “behind ISIS and al-Qaeda.”
He added, as SKAI correspondent Manolis Kostidis reports from Istanbul, that “the ambassadors are conducting a terrorist operation and psychological warfare”. He also said that “the US is not giving us F-16s and F-35s. Who are they kidding?’
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