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The first reaction to Erdogan's announcement that the ambassadors would be declared "persona non grata" came from Sweden and Norway. reports that officials in both countries said they had not received any information about the Turkish ambassadors leaving the country.

"Our ambassador did not act worthy of deportation," the Norwegian government said.

A similar statement came from Sweden.

The German foreign minister said they had an "intensive exchange of views" with officials from nine other countries.

The Danish Foreign Ministry said it had not received any official information about Ambassador Danny Annan's departure from Turkey. "We will continue to be sensitive to our principles and common values," the statement said.

Yesterday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan instructed the ambassadors of Canada, France, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States to declare Kavala "persona non grata." gave.

2021.10.24 / 12:13
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