Turkey calls German intervention to arrest activist “unacceptable”
The Turkish government has Berlin Thursday to let you know that it is unacceptable that Germany itself with the domestic affairs of Turkey and old. This is a response to the German demand that Turkey was a German human rights activist release.
The Turkish ambassador in Berlin was Wednesday on the mat and called the German minister of Foreign Affairs Sigmar Gabriel interrupts because of the tensions with Ankara holiday. Gabriel is Thursday back in Berlin expected.
The German Peter Steudtner and nine other human rights activists are Wednesday 5 July in Istanbul were arrested. They are accused of “supporting armed terrorist organization”. Four of the activists have been released in anticipation of the lawsuit. The others are stuck.
The ambassador was given to understand that the recent arrest of a German human rights activist is not acceptable. He has, according to German media, promised the requirement to release the activist and a few supporters to Ankara.
“Allegations of ties with terreurorganisaties there are clearly with the hair on the towed”, said the spokesman of Gabriel.