I’m attacking. “I am not taking a step back,” said Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, referring to the “crisis” that erupted in recent days with the ten ambassadors to Ankara, for whom he called for non-women to be declared.
Speaking to reporters on his return from Azerbaijan, the Turkish president called on foreign ambassadors to his country to abide by Article 41 of the Vienna Convention, stressing that “Turkey is not a guardian state” and warning them: “An ambassador who performs his duties in a country with such an ancient history as Turkey must know very well where something can end up.”
“The step we took was not a show of force against anyone. This simply means that ambassadors operating in Turkey should not interfere in Turkey’s internal affairs. No ambassador has the power to interfere in the affairs of the country where he works. They should know Article 41 of the Vienna Convention better than I do. Because ambassadors have to implement and monitor the agreements that come with them. In fact, when you serve in Turkey, you are an ambassador serving in Turkey, you have to understand that Turkey is not a guardian state. An ambassador working in a country with such an ancient history as Turkey should know very well where something can end up. So when they do not know this, we recall Article 41 of the Vienna Treaty. The event is so simple. “
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