Italian Prime Minister Draghi today accused Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan of humiliating European Commission President Ursula von d León this week, and said that he should remain open to the “dictator”, thus causing Ankara’s condemnation.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Recep Tayyip Erdogan) hosted the European Commission President Ursula von der Lein and the European Council President Charles Mi on Tuesday on a sofa in Ankara. Cher.
Draghi told reporters: “I totally disagree with Erdogan’s behavior towards President von der Laing…I don’t think this is an appropriate move, and I feel very sorry for the humiliation suffered by von der Laing.”
He added: “In this regard, let us call them dictators. Dictators are people with whom they still have to coordinate, and they have to be open when expressing different views and opinions.”
The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the Italian ambassador to Ankara in response to Draghi’s statement. The Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu made a severe criticism of the statement.
“We strongly condemn the responsible Italian Prime Minister Draghi and his ugly and unrestrained comments are unacceptable to our elected president, populist remarks,” Cavusoglu wrote on Twitter.
Earlier on Thursday, Kavsuglu claimed that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had received the President of the European Commission Ursula von de Leon (Ursula von). der Leyen), in line with “EU requirements and recommendations” and refuted criticisms of Ankara for insulting EU leaders.