Poland: Protesters condemn Erdogan's visit to Warsaw

17 октября 2017 г. 22:45

Protesters gathered in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Tuesday, to demonstrate against the visit to Poland of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. «We do not want it to be like this, that every right-wing populist can come to Poland, because here he will know that nothing bad will happen to him, that he will not hear a bad word here,» said protest organiser Maciej Konieczny, of the 'Together' party. Protesters oppose the idea of Erdogan's Turkey becoming a member of the EU. The Turkish president had departed the Presidential Palace some four hours earlier, after meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda. The two leaders discussed the possbility of Turkey's EU accession and mutual trade ties, among other topics.

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