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Balkans

ON ERDOGAN’S REQUEST 30. 09. 2019.   >>  16:39 0

ON ERDOGAN’S REQUEST

Bosnia Cancels Four Turks’ Residence Permits

Bosnia’s Security Ministry has withdrawn the residence permits of four Turkish citizens after a request by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has been conducting an international hunt for ‘Gulenist’ opponents, BIRN has learned.

The Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia’s Security Ministry has withdrawn four Turks’ residence permits, their lawyer told BIRN – a move that follows a visit in July by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who reportedly asked the Sarajevo authorities for several extraditions.

“We appealed the decisions [by the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs], but the Security Ministry rejected our appeal, so administrative proceedings are now being conducted before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” said the Turks’ lawyer, Nedim Ademovic.

“The Bosnian state court has prohibited the Bosnian authorities from enforcing the decisions made by the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina prior to the completion of these court proceedings,” he added.

Media have reported that Erdogan brought a list of people he wanted to be extradited to Turkey by the Bosnian authorities when he visited Sarajevo in July.

Erdogan reportedly believes they are followers of exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen, whose movement the Turkish government blames for the failed coup in the country in 2016 and describes as a ‘terrorist group’.

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