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The release of an American pastor detained in Turkey has triggered a territorial diplomatic dispute

The release of an American pastor detained in Turkey has triggered a territorial diplomatic dispute

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Original title: The release of an American pastor detained in Turkey has triggered a territorial diplomatic dispute

Overseas network October 12, according to the Associated Press reported that the Turkish court released the American pastor Andrew Brunson (Andrew Brunson), Andrew was previously under house arrest for suspected terrorist crimes, which led to diplomatic relations between the United States and Turkey dispute

Recently, the US-British dispute between the American pastor Branson and the detention in Turkey continues to ferment. The US media has previously revealed that Turkey’s conditional release of Branson, who was detained, was rejected by the US government.

US media reported that a US government official said that Turkey proposed to release the American pastor Andrew Brunson in exchange for the US to cancel the investigation of the Turkish state-owned bank Halkbank. However, the White House rejected the Turkish request. 

The White House said that before Branson's release, there would be no discussion of disputes between the two countries, including the huge fines faced by the Turkish state-owned bank Halkbank, which may face dozens of suspected violations of US sanctions on Iran. A fine of $100 million. According to the White House, everything else is only discussed after Brunson is released.

It is reported that Branson was detained by the Turkish government in 2016 and was subsequently charged with the attempted coup in Turkey in 2016 and sentenced to two years in prison for terrorism. Since Brunson was still imprisoned in Turkey, the US decided in early August to sanction the Turkish Minister of Justice and Interior Minister related to the case. US President Trump announced on August 10 that the import tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum products will be raised to 50% and 20% respectively. 

The release of an American pastor detained in Turkey has triggered a territorial diplomatic dispute


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