PARIS — The Dutch executive on Saturday intensified a diplomatic dispute between Turkey and its NATO allies in Europe through barring the Turkish international minister from flying into the Netherlands to marketing campaign on behalf of a referendum that might hugely increase the facility of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey.
In reaction, Mr. Erdogan in comparison the Dutch to “fascists” and “Nazi remnants,” echoing the outline he used for the Germans remaining Sunday, after two Turkish politicians scrapped rallies in Germany when the federal government stated their protection may just now not assured.
French officers, alternatively, will permit a gathering on Sunday of the Turkish minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, with Turks in Metz, a town within the northeast, to move forward.
Small teams waving Turkish flags amassed through the Dutch consulate in Istanbul, ABC stated. A protest additionally befell out of doors the Turkish Consulate in Rotterdam.