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U.s. sanctions against Turkish ministers

WASHINGTON – The United States impose two Turkish ministers sanctions because of the imprisonment of an American pastor in Turkey. It comes to ministers Abdulhamit Gül (Justice) and Süleyman Soylu (Home Affairs), report to the American authorities.

The United States under minister Abdulhamit Gül (Justice) sanctions because of the imprisonment of an American pastor in Turkey.

The members of the government played according to the USA important roles within the organization who are responsible for the arrest and detention of Andrew Brunson. “President Donald Trump has made it clear that the United States is expecting that Turkey immediately let go,” says minister Steven Mnuchin (Finance).

The sanctions have as a result that Us citizens, under most circumstances, no business to do with the ministers, reports the ministry of Finance. The Turkish authorities arrested Brunson in 2016. He is accused of aid to terreurorganisaties.

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