The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs criticized the ambassadors of 10 foreign countries issuing a warning to the Turkish state about Osman Kavala, accused of the “failed coup attempt”, saying that it was “totally unacceptable.”
Foreign Ministry spokesman Tanju Bilgic said, in a press conference, that “sending a warning to the Turkish state is absolutely unacceptable,” stressing that “Turkey is a state of law, and no party, institution or person has the right to interfere in judicial affairs or give orders and instructions.” to the judges.
He pointed out that “the Foreign Ministry informed the ten ambassadors, that Ankara categorically rejects any interference in the affairs of the Turkish judiciary, and that the statement they issued violates diplomatic norms.”
It is noteworthy that Kavala is a Turkish activist and businessman whose origins go back to Greece, where the town of Kavala is. His family moved to Turkey in 1923, as part of what was known as the population exchange between Ottoman Turkey and Greece.
Source: TRT + RT