The representative Erdogan argues that in Europe intensifies "turkophobia".
Press Secretary of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan believes that the position of the German intelligence agencies against the Islamic preacher Fethullah gülen and his Movement serve as support for the Berlin coup attempt in Turkey. About this Ibrahim Kalin said on air of the TV channel CNN Turk Sunday, March 19.
The head of the Federal intelligence service of Germany (BND) Bruno KAHL noted that there is no indication that the attempted coup in Ankara stood Gulen. "Turkey tried to persuade us, at different levels, but still did not succeed", – stressed the head of the BND.
In addition, the official representative of the President of Turkey said that the Turkish Ministers can schedule another propaganda event in Germany ahead of the upcoming Ankara referendum on the constitutional amendments.
Kalin also expressed the view that in Europe intensifies "turkophobia". However, he noted that Turkey remains open to foreign investors.
Earlier Erdogan has accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel in support of terrorists.
Centre for consumer protection (cspp) and the Ministry of education and science encourage future students to check whether the University has a license for training and accreditation, a spokesman for cspp Sanita Gertmane.
Evaluating the work of Board member and Vice President of the SJSC "Latvijas dzelzceļš" (LDz) Aivars Straksas the management team of the company and recognizing its high level of professionalism and competence, the Board of Latvian railway decided on the re approval of A. Strakes in office for the next 5 years. The decision agreed with a holder of shares capital with the Ministry of communications.
Despite the fact that long-term strategy of Russia is to develop its own port infrastructure and freight traffic through the ports, the neighbouring country believes that it is economically justified to continue cooperation with Latvia in the sphere of development of the Eurasian transit transport, said in an interview to "Neatkarīgā Rīta Avīze", the President of SJSC "Latvijas dzelzceļš" (LDz) the European Commission.