Turkey summons Norwegian ambassador over permission for protest

ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkish international ministry summoned Norway’s ambassador on Thursday over the Norwegian authorities’ permission for a protest within the nation scheduled for Friday, a ministry supply mentioned.

Ankara strongly condemned the permission which it says is a “provocative act” which is able to assault the Koran, the supply from the ministry mentioned, including that the ministry had requested for a reversal of permitting the demonstration.

A protest together with the burning a replica of Koran final month close to the Turkish embassy in Stockholm by an anti-immigrant Danish/Swedish politician from the far-right fringe drew sturdy condemnation from Ankara.

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