Turkey and U.S. to resolve diplomatic dispute - Turkish Deputy PM

Turkey and U.S. to resolve diplomatic dispute - Turkish Deputy PM

Turkey and U.S. to resolve diplomatic dispute - Turkish Deputy PM

Turkey and the US have agreed to work to resolve the diplomatic row between the countries, Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said Thursday.

Speaking to reporters at his residence in Ankara, Ambassador John Bass said the decision to freeze visa services from US missions in Turkey stems from a conclusion that two Turkish citizens who worked for the embassy were detained for their work on behalf of the American government.

In a retaliatory move, Turkey's Washington Embassy also suspended non-immigrant visa services, saying, "Recent events have forced Turkish Government to reassess the commitment of the Government of the United States to the security of Turkish Mission facilities and personnel".

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"A decision between the two countries has been made for representatives to come together and work on this issue", he said in an interview on broadcaster Haber Turk.

He added that the arrest of an employee of the US Consulate General was carried out within the law.

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Bozdag also added that the consulate employee had not demanded lawyer access and that the USA mission was free to apply to send a lawyer to see him.

"We don't want this dispute to last more than a second", Simsek said of the current visa spat at a briefing on US business opportunities in Turkey at the US Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.

During the call with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Tillerson emphasized the "need for the Turkish government to present the evidence behind these accusations", said a statement by the State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert.

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Turkey's ties with the US have frayed since the failed coup against Erdogan in July 2016. The phone call is the highest level of contact since the suspension of visa services by both countries.

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