Breaking News: Turkey has issued a warrant for an American consulate, according to a week’s report, according to press releases.
The arrest of an employee in Istanbul last week led to a diplomatic question that caused both parties to stop most visa services. The first clerk was accused of alleged links with a clergy accused of a failed war blow in 2016, but there was no reason for the recent arrest warrant. The series has reduced Turkey’s currency and shares.
Turkey has asked Washington to review its decision to end all visa for non-immigrants launched on Sunday in response to last week’s arrest. On Monday, the Turkish foreign affairs ministry said the suspension caused “useless tensions”. Turkey has also suspended “all visa services”.
Many Turkish news networks have announced on Monday that a warrant has been issued for a second consultant. They said the suspect was still wanted, but his wife and son were interrogated.
Last week, consular personnel and Turkish citizen Metin Topuz were arrested, charged with espionage and ties to the American spiritual Fethullah Gulen.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses Gulen of invoking disorder – denied allegations by the spiritual. After the coup attempt, led by military officers, 40,000 people were arrested and 120,000 were released or suspended.
The new diplomatic level between the United States and Turkey comes less than a month after Donald Trump. Relationships between countries are “closer than ever”.