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Australia angry over statements by Erdogan after attacks New Zealand

The Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, has the statements of the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after the attack in New Zealand strongly condemned. Erdogan said at an election meeting that the by Australian Brenton Tarrant committed the attack an attack on Turkey and himself.

Erdogan warned that “anti-islamic Australians in coffins returned would be, just as their grandparents at Gallipoli”.

He was referring to the Battle for Gallipoli. In the First world War came to eight thousand Australians to life in a bloody battle against the Turks in Gallipoli. It comes to an important battle in the history of Australia.

The Australian prime minister Morrison called the statements of the Turkish president “is extremely offensive and reckless, given the tense situation”.

Australia has the Turkish ambassador been summoned, but his excuse is not accepted. The country wants that Erdogan’s statements back. Morrison believes that Erdogan’s promises of Kemal Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey, defiles.

Previously criticized New Zealand Erdogan already, because he has images of the attack used at an election meeting.

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