Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdağ reacted to the invitation of Ahmet Başar Şen, the Turkish Ambassador to Berlin, to the German Foreign Ministry and said, “No country, including Germany, has the right to try to interfere in Türkiye’s internal affairs.”
Sharing a post on the issue on his social media account, Minister Bozdağ noted that the call of Ambassador Şen to the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs was a clear attempt to interfere in Türkiye's internal affairs.
I CONDEMN GERMANY AND INVITE THEM TO FOLLOW INTERNATIONAL LAW
Emphasizing that no country has the right to attempt to intervene in Türkiye's internal affairs, Minister Bozdağ said the following, “The call of our Berlin Ambassador to the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs about a case pending in our country is a clear attempt to interfere in Türkiye’s internal affairs. No country, including Germany, has the right to interfere in Türkiye's internal affairs. The whole world has witnessed how Germany trampled the law in the cases where the perpetrators of many massacres such as the Kraichtal and Backnang fire, the Solingen Disaster, the Ludwigshafen Fire, the racist terrorist attack in Hanau and the NSU Case were tried. Germany should look at itself, not Türkiye. Türkiye is a completely independent state. The Turkish judiciary, which makes decisions on behalf of the Turkish nation, is also completely independent. Turkish judges deliver judgments according to their conscience, in accordance with the Constitution, the legislation and the law. I condemn Germany for overstepping the mark and invite them to comply with international law,”
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