MOSCOW, 29 Jun — RIA Novosti. The German government banned the Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan to speak in front of compatriots in Hamburg on the sidelines of the G20 summit. It is reported DPA, citing the foreign Minister of Germany Sigmar Gabriel.
“We told the Turkish authorities that deem such a statement in Germany impossible. Constitutional law allows us to make such a decision,” said Gabriel.
According to him, the German authorities do not want the internal conflicts of other countries was spread to the population of Germany.
Earlier, Germany and the Netherlands are not allowed to speak to Turkish officials who wanted to appeal to the nation before the referendum on constitutional change in Turkey. In response, Erdogan directly accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of using “Nazi methods”.