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VOA新闻杂志:土耳其与荷兰之间的紧张关系升温

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      to allow its officials to enter the country as tensions grew between the two European Union nations.
     On Saturday, Prime Minister Mark Rutte blocked Turkish officials from entering the country. The officials wanted to campaign in for a referendum on April 16. They were hoping to find Turks to vote in the referendum. If passed, the referendum would greatly expand the powers of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
     Turkey said police used "disproportionate" force against Turkish protestors. And its president, Erdogan said, "Nazism is alive in the West" and promised to retaliate.
     Reactions from Europe
     After the heated exchange, European Union leaders asked Turkey to avoid statements or actions that worsen the situation. EU spokesman Margaritis Schinas said it was essential to find ways to calm the situation.
     German Chancellor Angela Merkel, speaking at a news conference in Munich on Monday, were She also urged Turkey to "calm down."
     NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg urged all members of the alliance "to show mutual respect, to be calm and have a measured approach."
     , meanwhile, issued a travel advisory to their citizens to " places throughout Turkey."
     The conflict between the two countries comes as is preparing for its own general election on Wednesday.
     In this election, the right- against the far-right, anti-Islam populist Geert Wilders' party. Wilders has recently said government should block Turkish ministers from the country until after the election.
     I'm Phil Dierking
     

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