On August 23- 24 the representatives of the Turkish government and the US delegation will held talks in Turkey over extradition of Fetullah Gülen, the leader of the terrorist organization FETÖ.
According to the news agency AA today, August, 22 the delegation will arrive in the Republic. The delegation includes three representatives of the Ministry of Justice and one employee of the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
The Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag will provide the US officials with additional strong evidence of Gülen’s involvement in an attempted military coup on July, 15.
The night of July, 15- 16 an attempted military coup was committed in Turkey. The attempted coup was plotted and organized by Fethullah Gülen, who currently lives in Pennsylvania (USA).
Turkey asked the United States to extradite Fetullaha Gulen and lodged evidence proving FETÖ’s involvement in the coup.
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