Turkey denies reports of conspiracy to steal gülen from the US

Turkey denies reports of conspiracy to steal gülen from the US


Турция отвергает сообщения о заговоре с целью похищения Гюлена из США

The Wall Street Journal suggests that spectracolor Mueller is investigating the plan to seize preacher with Michael Flynn

Turkey rejects allegations that its representatives may have discussed a conspiracy to seize the United States residing in the Muslim preacher with a former employee of the presidential administration of Donald trump.

The article Wall Street Journal, published on Friday, States that spectracolor Robert Mueller is investigating the alleged kidnap plan of Turkish preacher Fethullah gülen living in the United States since 1999, which could be involved a former adviser to trump national security Michael Flynn. The publication claimed that Flynn and his son was to receive $ 15 million for the transfer of Gulen Turkish side.

The Turkish Embassy in Washington on Saturday evening issued a statement in which he called “completely false, delusional and baseless” allegations that Ankara could use the funds outside of the legal framework for the return of gülen to Turkey.

Turkey claims that the preacher was behind the attempted coup by the Turkish military in July 2016, which over 240 people were killed. Gulen denies any involvement in the conspiracy to overthrow the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

In a statement defending the publication of the Wall Street Journal, Turkey claims that it continues to work with the us authorities to extradite Gulen and again accused the preacher that he was the mastermind of the attempted coup.