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    "We will not beg"

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    Turkey is stressed in the Incirlik debate. Foreign Minister Cade said that Germany could withdraw its soldiers if it wanted. The Bundeswehr is already looking around for other locations-there are several alternatives.

    The Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cade has expressed his opposition to a possible withdrawal of the Bundeswehr from Incirlik. Germany is free to withdraw its troops from the base in the south of Turkey, he said to the private television channel NTV. Turkey will not ask for German troops to remain. "If you want to go, that's your thing, and we won't beg," said Cade.

    In addition, the minister said that Germany should stop treating its country condescending. He also criticised the fact that he and other Turkish ministers were not allowed to make an election campaign in Germany before the referendum on a controversial constitutional reform on 16 April. "If what we do is blackmail, what was that?" he asked.
    Visit to the soldiers prohibited

    Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel hopes to influence the US in the Incirlik dispute. "We have also asked the Americans for support in the talks with Turkey that it is unthinkable for NATO partners to put pressure on each other," said Gabriel after a meeting with his US colleague Rex Tillerson.

    As part of the military operations of the international coalition against the terrorist militia "Islamic State" (IS), Turkey had opened Incirlik for German tornadoes. Last but not least, Turkey had banned a visit from the approximately 270 soldiers to the Bundestag deputies. Germany is now considering to withdraw its forces and deploy it to other countries in the region.

    Federal Minister Ursula von the Leyen will fly to Jordan on the weekend. Yesterday the CDU politician in Berlin said: "I am going to make a picture in Jordan on the one hand, but on the other hand we also have conversations with the king. These are now the first exploratory talks that are needed. " Already on Tuesday, a reconnaissance force was broken up into the country to explore the possibilities of a laying.

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