brussels - ,, Stability and rule of law are of incredible importance in Turkey for the Turks themselves and for Europe. It is also important that there is no reckoning in Turkey. 'That said Minister Bert Koenders (Foreign Affairs) Monday in Brussels shortly before he and his EU counterparts and US Secretary John Kerry moved the breakfast to include the situation in discussing Turkey.
,, Everyone is relieved that the coup has been beaten down, or, at least, is over, 'said Koenders, who has broken his journey in South America to restore unity in the country to be at the meeting.,, Now.'
The EU countries are concerned that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan engages the failed coup to consolidate its power. According to EU foreign policy chief Frederica Mogherini is,, message 'from the EU to Erdogan clearly:,, The democratic institutions were to be protected in that tragic night but that does not mean that the rule of law no longer applies the contrary, there must be proper institutional.. his balance. '
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,, We have to explain clearly that he can not go too far with sanctions against the coup leaders, 'argued the Belgian minister Didier Reynders Monday.
John Kerry did not comment on arrival. Erdogan demanded the extradition of his rival Fethullah Gulen, who is behind the coup, according to him. Gülen lives in voluntary exile in the US
Or the situation in Turkey has implications for refugees deal with the EU, Koenders could not say.,, We are going to talk about later. '