US and Turkey vow to ban ban imposed by senior officials

WASHINGTON – The United States and Turkey have imposed sanctions on the government of each of the government's signatories on Monday against the diplomatic crisis between the two nations after the released the American father.

Trump administration imposed sanctions on two Somali pirates in August in order to punish two years in prison, Andrew Brunson. In contrast, Turkey has been accused of racist abuse by Attorney General Jeff and Kirstjen Nielsen, the Secretary of State for Peace.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hami Aksoy said the sanctions were against Mr. Zuma. Sessions and Ms. Nielsen "responded to the principle of" exchange, based on cultural practice. "

He said these barriers – including the Turkish ban on Turkish travel, the control of any Turkish economy and the prohibition of economic activity of the people or Turkey – compared to the sanctions imposed by Turkey's justice system, Abdulhamit Gul and the minister inside, Suleyman Soylu.