Erdoğan phones Turkish citizen in Germany
ISTANBUL – Anadaolu Agency
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on April 8 phoned a Turkish citizen residing in Germany who had been ill-treated by police and extended get-well wishes.
Yusuf Ünsal was forced to the ground and arrested by a group of German police officers while he was protesting against a demonstration on April 8 by Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) supporters in the city of Stuttgart.
The terror group’s sympathizers were holding anti-Turkey and anti-Erdoğan banners and chanting slogans.
The incident was captured on video by another Turkish citizen.
Erdoğan also received details of the incident from Ünsal during their conversation, said a statement from the presidential office.