Turkey's Erdogan thinks Germany helping terrorists
(MENAFN) Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan indicted Germany on Monday of helping terrorists by not giving the response for thousands of files gone to Berlin or handing over suspects wanted by Turkish authorities.
Erdogan told a conference in the Black Sea zrea of Rize, in comments likely to further rate stresses between the two countries, "Germany is abetting terrorists."
He told members of his ruling AK Party, "We gave (German Chancellor Angela) Merkel 4,500 dossiers, but have not received an answer on a single one of them.
He also said, "When there is a terrorist, they can tell us to give that person back. You won't send the ones you have to us, but can ask us for yours. So you have a judiciary, but we don't in Turkey?"
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