Turkey willing to work with Germany to improve relations

By REUTERS
September 25, 2017 15:19
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ISTANBUL - Turkey, whose relations with Germany have soured in recent months, will take two steps to normalize bilateral relations if Germany takes one step, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a television interview Monday.

He was speaking after Germany's Angela Merkel secured a fourth term as chancellor in an election which saw her support slide and the far right making significant gains.

"Germany should learn from its mistakes," Cavusoglu told broadcaster A Haber when asked about ties between the two countries, which have been hit by disagreements on a range of political and security issues.

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