Turkey submits new evidence on FETÖ head's extradition
Abdulhamit Gül told Anadolu Agency "fresh" and "key" evidence was submitted during his meeting with his American counterpart, William Barr, in Washington which he said was "productive" and hoped would "yield good results.”
The FETÖ leader has lived in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania since 1999.
Ankara requested Gülen's extradition from the U.S. several times.
Washington has yet to move towards extraditing Gülen.
"We shared evidence and documents that reveal the direct relationship between July 15 coup attempt and FETÖ. We submitted this fresh and key evidence directly to Mr. Attorney General," he said.
He did not comment on the content of the evidence.
Gül said Barr told him he would monitor the issue and will take care of the process.