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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Turkey not to comply with US sanctions on Iran: Turkish FM

Dısişleri Bakanı Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu

Turkish FM Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has repeated that Turkey won't actualize the United States' one-sided endorses on Iran, taking note of that Ankara has likewise passed on this message to an ongoing U.S. Treasury designation.

"We have disclosed to them we won't join these approvals," said Çavuşoğlu, reviewing a visit by U.S. Partner Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorist Financing Marshall Billingslea to Ankara a week ago.

"We purchase oil from Iran and we buy it in legitimate conditions. What is the other choice?" Çavuşoğlu said Turkish specialists told the U.S. designation, as cited by every day Cumhuriyet on July 24 at a roundtable with columnists.

"While we are clarifying why we won't comply with these authorizations, we have likewise communicated that we don't discover these U.S. sanctions suitable," the minister likewise said.

He likewise focused on Turkey will accommodate its ties with the EU in the up and coming period and is wanting to hold tripartite gatherings with unmistakable European nations like France.

The Turkish government should proceed with changes whether Turkey's EU procedure picks up force or not, Çavuşoğlu said.

"Perhaps we can't make numerous strides on the procedure of participation, yet we can improve our collaboration on different issues," he said.

"At any rate, we can go from a negative situation to a nonpartisan, positive one concerning the procedure with EU," the priest said.

"We will attempt to promote endeavors to determine issues," said Çavuşoğlu, pointing at the neighboring nations, for example, the reconstruction of Iraq.

He reviewed that standardization has begun with the Netherlands and said ties with Germany are "showing signs of improvement."

"We have a great exchange with France. In the forthcoming time frame, we will have trilateral, quarter gatherings in Europe," he said.

Mevlut likewise expressed that in the new term, Turkey should "settle" the legal in the nation, which has been "hurt because of FETÖ and some different components."

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