Foreign Ministry: No country have right to interfere in Turkey’s internal affairs
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 13 /Trend R.Hafizoglu /
No country has the right to interfere in the internal affairs of Turkey, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country stated in a statement released on its website on Thursday.
The statement also says that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not recognize the EU's decision on Turkey.
The decision saying that the rights of protesters in Turkey are violated does not correspond to the reality, the statement says
No country has the right to teach democracy to Turkey, the Ministry stated.
Previously the Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan also stated that any decisions of the EU against Turkey are unfounded as Turkey is not an EU member and therefore the EU has no right to interfere in the country's affairs.
Protests in Turkey continued for more than two weeks. According to the authorities of the country, they had anti-government character.
On the eve of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with the delegation of the protesters in the park Gezi.
It also reported that a representative of the Turkish Prime Minister, deputy head of the ruling party Huseyin Celik proposed to submit the issue of the reconstruction of Gezi Park to a referendum.