DOHA – The Us president, Donald Trump has his Turkish ambtsgenoot Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Washington is working on the extradition of moslimgeestelijke Fethullah Gulen. That said the Turkish minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlüt Çavusoglu Sunday.
The commitment would have been done during the G-20 meeting in Argentina two weeks ago. The White House declined to comment on the statement of Çavusoglu.
Gulen is Turkey accused of being behind the failed Turkish coup d’état in 2016. He lives for two decades in exile in the U.s. state of Pennsylvania and is therefore outside the reach of the Turkish authorities, who had previously in vain, for his extradition have asked.
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Last month it was announced that the Us government had to figure out how Gulen can be turned off.
Turkey accuses the Gülenbeweging also of tax evasion, and has the American FBI, who is investigating, asked for the proofs to this.