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21 March 2017, 12:46 | Max Haynes
Kurdish pro-democracy march in Germany
Tensions have been running high between the two countries since Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen asked his Turkish counterpart, Binali Yıldırım, to delay a scheduled visit due to then unfolding diplomatic spat between Turkey and the Netherlands, during which Erdogan accused Dutch authorities of "Nazi practices" for not allowing a rally of his supporters in the Netherlands.
"Turkey has tried to convince us of that at every level but so far it has not succeeded", Bruno Kahl was quoted as saying.
He added that the BND comments were "a sign of their [Germans'] support for Feto", an acronym for the label "Fethullah terrorist organisation".
"It's an effort to invalidate all the information we have given them on FETO".
Erdogan's spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, told CNN Turk on Sunday that "it is unacceptable to see PKK symbols and slogans. when Turkish ministers and lawmakers are being prevented from meeting their own citizens".
"Why are they protecting them?"
Several thousand members of Germany's Kurdish community attended a pro-democracy demonstration in the city of Frankfurt on Saturday in response to recent political developments in Turkey.
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Germany hasn't responded to the comments.
Turkish authorities detained more than 2,000 people over the last week for suspected links to militant groups or last year's failed coup attempt, the interior ministry said on Monday.
Mr. Nunes noted that, he has not seen the evidence that Mr. Gulen was involved in the coup attempt and that he does not know if the U.S.is going to extradite "somebody like that".
Gulen denies any involvement and has condemned the coup.
Anti-immigrant nationalists in Europe quiver at the idea of a swiftly growing and more powerful Turkish - and Muslim - population in Europe. Istanbul. On April 16, 2017, the Turkish public will vote on whether to change the current parliamentary system into an executive presidency. Critics say it would give him too much power.
The German foreign minister, Sigmar Gabriel, and European Commission president, Jean Claude-Juncker, reacted to the tirade in strong terms.
Germany meanwhile is livid over the jailing ahead of a trial on terror charges of dual Turkish-German national Deniz Yucel, the Turkey correspondent of the German newspaper Die Welt.
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