Turkey asks US for extradition Gülen

Turkey asks US for extradition Gülen

World May 6, 2017 12:27

istanbul - Turkey is resigning the US to demand extradition of Islamic spiritual Fethullah Gülen. Minister of Justice Bekir Bodzağ met a meeting of his US ambassador Jeff Sessions in Washington on Monday Monday and will come up with 'new evidence' that Gülen is behind the coup attempt ten months ago in Turkey. This is what the Turkish state press office Anadolu reports.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan visits the US from May 15 to 17, and then meets with US President Donald Trump. Erdogan will ask Trump for extradition of Gülen. Turkish attempts to get that out with former President Barack Obama did not work out.

Countries in the West are not convinced that Gülen is responsible for the failed coup.

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