BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:20 P.M.) – The Netherlands stopped the Turkish Foreign Minister’s jet from landing at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam this afternoon amid security concerns, Dutch officials reported.
Citing “risks to public order and security,” the Dutch government announced the cancellation of the Mevlut Cavusoglu’s visit to the country.
Livid over this move by the Dutch, the Erdogan regime promised harsh sanctions against The Netherlands and its people.
“If the Netherlands cancels my flight permit, our sanctions to the Netherlands would be heavy,” the Turkish Foreign Minister claimed, as cited by the Washington Post.
Erdogan has already issued a statement in which he vows to retaliate against the Dutch ban.