BAGHDAD ( Reuters ) -
rejected the German government, on Thursday, allowing the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivered a speech in front of his community in Germany, although the Turkish government formally submitted on it.
The site said "Deutsche Welle" in the report, that "the German authorities rejected the request, Erdogan, on a speech in front of the Turkish community on the sidelines of the summit of the twenty countries that will be held next month in the city of Hamburg, where he pointed out the German Foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, that his government sees "it is fitting that the Turkish president participates in public events in Germany outside of the top twenty countries, because they do not fit with the current political climate."
The German minister said that they had received a formal request from Turkey stating that, Erdogan wants to address his compatriots on the sidelines of the twentieth summit in Germany, the Knham responded to the Turkish Foreign Ministry that Germany does not consider it a "good idea", the fact that such gatherings can not be guaranteed where security where It is expected to organize demonstrations against the Group of twenty involving more than 100 thousand people.
Germany has banned earlier, events for officials Turks tried to which address the Turkish community before the referendum on constitutional amendments in Turkey, angered the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who launched a turn attack on European leaders, describing them as "Nazis."