US State Department: We seek cooperation with Turkey

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“As the United States, we seek cooperation with Turkey on shared priorities, and we will continue to engage in dialogue to resolve any differences,” State Department spokesman Ned Price said.

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The ambassadors who demanded the release of Osman Kavala took a step back.

Embassies, including the United States, issued a statement saying, “We will not interfere in internal affairs, and we will abide by the law.”

In the embassy’s statements, he stated that Article 41 of the Vienna Convention was complied with.

US State Department spokesman Ned Price also made a statement on the matter.

Indicating that they would continue to have relations with Turkey in accordance with Article 41 of the Vienna Convention, Price used the following phrases:

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“As the Biden administration, we will continue to support the rule of law and respect for human rights globally.

Like the United States, we seek cooperation with Turkey on shared priorities, and we will continue to engage in dialogue to resolve any differences.

We believe that the best way forward is to cooperate on issues of common interest, and we know that we have common interests with Turkey on many issues.