Classics Foreign Office according to Kubicki's rat comparison - respectful handling necessary
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Berlin, 28th SEP (Reuters) - The Federal Foreign Office wants the rat comparison of the Vice President of the Bundestag, Wolfgang Kubicki, not commenting on the Turkish President - but protects against insulting statements. One spokesman said in Berlin on Wednesday in Berlin. In principle, however, in terms of intergovernmental relationships: "Of course, we believe that our handling of representatives of other countries must be respectful," he said. This is also expected from others. "In this respect, insulting statements in international interaction in our communication have no place." The government spokesman also did not want to comment on the statements of the FDP MP when asked about a possible loss of reputation for the traffic light coalition.
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The FDP-Vice Kubicki described Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a "small channel rat" at an election campaign event in Lower Saxony. According to his own representation, he referred to Erdogan's refugee policy. The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs then appointed the German ambassador. A spokesman for the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday that Kubicki's insulting words were sentenced to the sharpness. (Report by Andreas Rinke; Edited by Scot W. Stevenson If you have any questions, please contact our editorial team at email@example.com (for politics and economy) or firstname.lastname@example.org (for companies and markets). )
Turkey: A bus refuses to stop for prayer and relaunches the debate on secularism .
© Facebook The Transport Company Ercis Seyahat relaunched the debate on secularism in Turkey after one of its buses refused to stop to allow a passenger to pray. Facebook The case relaunched The debate on secularism in Turkey . A long distance bus driver refused, on Saturday, to stop for prayer, as a passenger claimed.