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Washington has asked Ankara to provide evidence of charges against its embassy

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Washington has asked Ankara to provide evidence of charges against its embassy

Post by rocky on Thu 12 Oct 2017, 2:56 am

Washington has asked Ankara to provide evidence of charges against its embassy






Secretary of State Rex Tilerson called on his Turkish counterpart Mouloud Gawishoglu to provide evidence of charges against staff members of her embassy detained by the Turkish authorities, the State Department said.
"He is deeply concerned about the arrest of two Turkish nationals working for the US diplomatic mission in the country, as well as a number of Americans," State Department spokesman Heather Noiret said Wednesday.
She added that Tilerson stressed the importance of transparency, with regard to charges launched by the Turkish government, and the need to provide evidence to prove these charges.
The two sides agreed to continue close contacts on the US concerns arising from the detention of embassy officials.
Tension between the two countries has increased in recent days after the detention of Turkish staff in US missions, prompting the United States to suspend non-immigrant visa services with its embassy and consulates in Turkey. Within hours, Turkey issued a similar visa for US citizens.
The Turkish authorities detained Metin Topuz, a staff member of the US consulate in Istanbul a week ago, on suspicion of having links with US-based cleric Fathullah Gulen, who Ankara accuses of masterminding last year's failed coup attempt.


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