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    Germany suspends arms export to Turkey

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    Post by Rocky Tue 12 Sep 2017, 3:36 am

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    German Foreign Minister Ziegmar Gabriel announced that his country has suspended all major arms exports to Turkey, citing the "deteriorating" human rights situation and escalating tension with its NATO partner.
     
    A spokesman for the German Foreign Ministry said in a press statement that he believed that another German couple were detained in Turkey on political charges, Rutgers reported.
     
    "We have suspended all the large orders sent to us by Turkey for arms exports, which are not a few," Gabriel said at a seminar organized by the daily Handelsblatt in Germany.
     
     
    The minister pointed out that Berlin is obliged to send weapons to NATO ally if requested, but said that this is not currently available and therefore almost all exports of weapons have been frozen.
     
    Relations between Ankara and Berlin have come under mounting pressure after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched a campaign against his political rivals following a failed coup last year.
     
    There is another dispute between Turkey and Germany over Berlin's refusal to deport asylum seekers accused by Ankara of involvement in the failed coup attempt.


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