WASHINGTON – Us president Donald Trump is not “concessions” over the bridge for the release of pastor Andrew Brunson to achieve. Trump told news agency Reuters that he had previously been thought a deal with Turkey to have, but that would not have been fulfilled.
Andrew Brunson is accused of terrorist activities and their involvement in the failed coup d’état in 2016.
Trump acknowledged that Israel had asked for a Turkish citizen to be free. He believed that the Turkish president Erdogan then Brunson would let go, but that didn’t happen. “I arranged for him that that person is released”, complained Trump. Ankara has denied that at that time an appointment was made about the release of Brunson.
The American president made clear that the measure is now full. “I find it very sad about what Turkey is doing. I think they are a big mistake. There will be no concessions,” he said. Trump said he expected Erdogan “this is very innocent and wonderful man and amazing father and a christian leave from Turkey.”
The fate of Brunson is the use of a hoogopgelopen diplomatic wrangling between the NATO allies. Turkey says the preacher to suspect of terrorist activities, but according to the U.S. there is no evidence for.
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