Mirror: Turkish President Erdogan faces TOTAL ban from EU as Denmark joins Netherlands and Germany in turning minsters away
The Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen has postponed the visit of Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim following rising tensions between Ankara, The Hague and Berlin
The government of Turkey's president Recip Tayyip Erdogan is facing a total ban from EU states as Denmark joins the Netherlands and Germany in turning away his ministers.
The Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen has postponed the visit of Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim following rising tensions between Ankara, The Hague and Berlin.
It comes after Erdogan warned the Netherlands it will "pay" after his country's minister's were barred from speaking in Rotterdam.
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