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Question-Brunson tucks voltage US and Turkey

ISTANBUL – After the release of the American pastor Andrew Brunson and his departure from Turkey, the presidents of Turkey and the United States publicly again with each other along via Twitter. Brunson, who is in Turkey for about two years on suspicion of ties with terreurorganisaties until Friday afternoon was being held, stood in the centre of a serious dispute between Ankara and Washington.

After the release of the American pastor Andrew Brunson and his departure from Turkey, the presidents of Turkey and the United States publicly again with each other along via Twitter.

Donald Trump tweeted Saturday, two times on this issue and thanked president Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his help. The “great appreciation” of the US could lead to ‘good, perhaps very good relations” with Turkey. He emphasized that there is no advance agreement was reached on the release of Brunson.

Erdogan tweeted: “Dear president, Donald Trump. As I always emphasize, the Turkish courts judgment in an independent manner pronounced. I hope that the U.S. and Turkey, their cooperation will continue, such as the two allies should have.

After Trump in the summer sanctions and strafheffingen had imposed on Turkey for Brunson to to get free, broke the Turkish national currency the lira. Erdogan talked about an “economic war” and called Trump a “powerhouse.”

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