Turkish Overseas Ministry summons Danish Ambassador to protest a “vile assault” on the Muslim holy guide, the Quran, and Turkish flag in Denmark.
Türkiye has condemned the recurrence of a “vile assault” on the Muslim holy guide, the Quran, and a Turkish flag in Denmark.
“It’s unacceptable to permit these vile assaults beneath the guise of freedom of expression,” the Turkish Overseas Ministry mentioned in a press release on Friday, declaring that the act was allowed regardless of a number of warnings by Ankara.
Danish Ambassador Danny Annan was summoned to the ministry and Türkiye’s stance on the difficulty was conveyed to him, the assertion mentioned.
The ministry careworn that Türkiye will proceed its efforts, each on multilateral platforms and on the bilateral stage, in opposition to such “vile assaults” and “hate crimes.”
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Such incidents are examples of the alarming improve in anti-Muslim hatred and xenophobia in Europe, it mentioned.
The ministry known as out Denmark for its “insensitive perspective on this subject” and for ignoring the emotions of Muslims all over the world.
The ministry reiterated its request that Denmark take measures to forestall such provocations, most particularly throughout the present Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Latest months have seen a number of acts of Quran burning, or makes an attempt to take action, by Islamophobic figures or teams in northern Europe and Nordic international locations.
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