Turkey urges world to quit utilizing ‘provocative language’




VP Fuat Oktay says dread and fear based oppressors have ‘no religion, no race, no geology’

Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay on Monday approached the world to quit advancing “provocative language” in wake of Friday’s dread assaults at two mosques in New Zealand.

“We need to begin utilizing an alternate language. The entire world needs to quit advancing some sort of provocative language,” Oktay told correspondents alongside Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.

Oktay and Cavusoglu are on a two-day visit to Christchurch city with an end goal to underline Turkey’s firm position against Islamophobia and xenophobia, just as to demonstrate its solidarity with New Zealand upon fatal dread assaults.

Something like 50 individuals were killed when a fear monger opened flame on admirers amid Friday petitions at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch.

Oktay said dread and fear based oppressors have “no religion, no race, and no topography”.

Cavusoglu, as far as it matters for him, said the Council of the Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will gather with a crisis meeting in Turkey on Friday in wake of twin fear assaults in New Zealand.

“Here [during the meeting], we will shape a commission to pursue the choices that we have taken. We will bring this issue up in all stages, including the UN. We won’t let it go,” he said.

Cavusoglu included that Muslims both in New Zealand and all around the globe are “incredibly awkward” with developing Islamophobia and bigotry.

Oktay and Cavusoglu visited the harmed individuals, including three Turks, at the emergency clinic.

Afterward, the two Turkish authorities likewise met with Patsy Reddy, representative general of New Zealand.

“We [New Zealand] accept that the psychological militant picked our nation to end up acclaimed since it bears least hazard [in terms of fear based oppressor attacks],” Reddy said.

Reddy included that the injured individuals will profit by remuneration, and New Zealand strives to keep the outsiders from being influenced by Friday’s dread assaults.

Reddy additionally reviewed her visit to Turkey a year ago amid her discourse.

“We have no issue with Turkey. I saw this kinship in its most ideal path amid my visit to Turkey a year ago. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan invited us great,” Reddy said.




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