President Erdogan pops & # 39; brain death & # 39; Emmanuel Macron
President Erdogan hurts & # 39; brain death & # 39; Emmanuel Macron for his criticism of NATO and says that the French leader is the one who suffers & # 39; brain death & # 39;
- The Turkish president made the comments today during a speech in Istanbul
- French President Macron said NATO had a & # 39; brain death & # 39; earlier in November. has suffered
- Erdogan is the last to disagree with Macron & # 39; s rejection of the transatlantic alliance
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out with his colleague Emmanuel Macron on his criticism of NATO on Friday and said it was the French president who & # 39; brain death & # 39; sorrow.
& # 39; I speak with French President Emmanuel Macron, and I will say so at NATO. First have your own brain death checked. These statements are only suitable for people like you who have brain death & # 39 ;, Erdogan said in a speech on television.
He referred to Macron's much-published claim that NATO & # 39; brain death & # 39; suffered due to the lack of strategic cooperation between members.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is making a speech in Istanbul today and draws on French President Emmanuel Macron's comments on the & # 39; brain death & # 39; from NATO earlier this month. Erdogan has suggested that it is Macron, not NATO, which is suffering from & # 39; brain death & # 39;
& # 39; You know how to show off, but you can't even afford NATO to pay. You are a beginner, & Erdogan said.
& # 39; Believe me, Macron is very inexperienced. He doesn't know what fighting terror is. That is why yellow cardigans invaded France, & he added, referring to the French protest movement of the past year.
Macron strongly opposed Turkey's military offensive against Kurdish militants in Syria, which was launched last month, and reiterated on Thursday that the & # 39; actions of the anti-IS (Islamic State) coalition, of which NATO is a member , compromises & # 39 ;.
The French president Emmanuel Macron (right) was pictured yesterday during a NATO press conference in Paris alongside NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. In early November, Macron accused the transatlantic alliance of a & # 39; brain death & # 39;
Erdogan said that Ankara had the right to intervene in Syria because of their shared border.
& # 39; What are you doing in Syria? & # 39; he said to Macron. & # 39; Jump up and down as much as you want … you respect Turkey's right to fight terrorism sooner or later. There is no other way. & # 39;
Erdogan is the newest head of state that disagrees with Macron & # 39; s resignation from the transatlantic alliance.
Leaders skip where they stand with regard to the military pact, just four days before NATO 2019 in London.
On Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel stepped up a strong defense of the treaty and said that Germany today has a greater interest in ensuring that the bloc stays together than during the Cold War.
Days before leaders of the transatlantic alliance had to hold a summit, Merkel said that for the past 70 years NATO has been a stronghold for peace and freedom. has been.
& # 39; Preserving NATO is in our own interest, more than during the Cold War & # 39 ;, Merkel told parliament on Wednesday.
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