Erdogan: Netherlands will pay price

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday again lashed out at Netherlands.

If the Hague the ties with Ankara sacrifices because of the upcoming parliamentary elections, according to the Turkish leader Netherlands there will be a price to pay for it.

The president, according to the newspaper Daily Sabah also denounced the use of police dogs against demonstrators. According to the Netherlands showed president ' to let go of his anger ' by dogs on people. Also there will pay a high price for the Dutch, said Erdogan.

The president spoke highly of France, however, where the Netherlands banned by Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu this weekend was welcome. Erdogan thanked the French for the fact that they're not acted such as Netherlands and Germany.

Commotion

Erdogan made Saturday to call for much commotion by Dutch "nazi remnants and fascists". That shot under more premier Mark Rutte in the wrong way. He said Sunday there does not have to fret to apologize.

Not only Erdogan referred in its criticism to the Dutch elections on 15 March. Also the spokesperson of the president suggested Sunday that the Dutch Government "by the knees has gone for anti-Islamic racists and fascists ''.

The informant concluded according to State press agency Anadolu that "we discovered last night that Geert Wilders already is in power '' in Netherlands. The exclusion of Turkish ministers marks according to the spokesperson by the Dutch authorities a "dark day '' for democracy in Europe.

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