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Erdogan attacks Germany "ugly" and says: "Germany commits suicide"

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Post by rocky Fri 07 Jul 2017, 1:44 am

Erdogan attacks Germany "ugly" and says: "Germany commits suicide"

ANKARA, July 7 (Reuters) - Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched an unprecedented verbal attack on Germany to prevent it from speaking to its Turkish expatriates, calling it "very ugly behavior" and "political suicide."
Erdogan said that Turkey has been and continues to seek to maintain relations with Germany, noting that the two countries need each other, and should maintain relations well, because there are 3 million Turks there, and this It is not normal.
"We have 80,000 Turkish companies in Germany, which provide job opportunities for 480,000 people there, which you can not ignore," he said in an interview with German newspaper Die Zeit, stressing the need for solidarity between the two countries in the next stage.
Erdogan said: "We will now go to Hamburg to participate in the G-20 and meet our citizens there, but the German authorities are giving instructions to all parties not to allow Erdogan to talk."
"Can such a mentality be conceived? "It is a very ugly behavior and I have not been exposed to it before. Germany is committing suicide. This behavior is considered political suicide."
If Turkey is thinking of getting out of NATO, the Turkish president stressed that there is no such thing on his country's agenda. "Discontent with some of the West's actions is an issue, and getting out or staying in NATO is a different matter, that is, there is no such thing on our agenda," he said.
As for his position on the German Social Democratic Party and its president, Martin Schulz, Erdogan said Schultz's approach was ideological and unpredictable.
"They are using our relations as a tool in domestic politics, and they think they will make some gains from it. This approach is not a sound approach and in my opinion they are losing the Turks in Germany."
The President of Turkey stressed his opposition to the National Seminary in Germany, and his support for the project of social integration, indicating that national melting thing and merge something else. He explained that the national melting means that the person abandons his religion and language and change his identity in full, and said: "This can not be accepted finally."
He added that social integration means that the Turks integrate into the German society, to master the German language well, and consistent with the German customs and traditions, while retaining their mother tongue and identity of origin.
If the Turks in Germany wanted to prefer German nationality to their Turkish nationality, Erdogan said it was up to them to choose.
Erdogan attacks Germany "ugly"! The President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan launched an unprecedented verbal attack against Germany to prevent it from speaking to Turkish expatriates residing in Turkey. , Describing its decision as "very ugly behavior", and that "a political suicide," Erdogan renewed his full bias to Qatar in the current crisis.
Erdogan said that Turkey has been and continues to seek to maintain relations with Germany, noting that the two countries need each other, and should maintain relations well, because there are 3 million Turks there, and this It is not normal.
"We have 80,000 Turkish companies in Germany that provide job opportunities for about 480,000 people there, which you can not ignore," he said in an interview with German newspaper Die Zeit, stressing solidarity between the two countries in the next stage.
Erdogan said: "We will now go to Hamburg to participate in the G-20 and meet our citizens there, but the German authorities are giving instructions to all parties not to allow Erdogan to talk." The president asked: "Can you imagine such a mentality? "It is a very ugly behavior and I have not been exposed to it before. Germany is committing suicide. This behavior is considered political suicide."
If Turkey is thinking of getting out of NATO, the Turkish president stressed that there is no such thing on his country's agenda. "Discontent with some of the West's actions is an issue, and getting out or staying in NATO is a different matter, that is, there is no such thing on our agenda," he said.
As for his position on the German Social Democratic Party and its president, Martin Schulz, Erdogan said Schultz's approach was ideological and unpredictable.
"They are using our relations as a tool in domestic politics, and they think they will make some gains from it. This approach is not a sound approach and in my opinion they are losing the Turks in Germany."
The President of Turkey stressed his opposition to the National Seminary in Germany, and his support for the project of social integration, indicating that national melting thing and merge something else.
He explained that the national melting means that the person abandons his religion and language and change his identity in full, and said: "This can not be accepted finally." He added that social integration means that the Turks integrate into the German society, to master the German language well, and consistent with the German customs and traditions, while retaining their mother tongue and identity of origin.
If the Turks in Germany wanted to prefer German nationality to their Turkish nationality, Erdogan said it was up to them to choose. Finished

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