Turkey may try to meddle in French elections, Macron says


Turkey may try to interfere in France’s upcoming presidential elections, French President Emmanuel Macron said. “The threats are not veiled. I don’t want to re-engage in a peaceful relationship if there are such maneuvers going on behind,” Macron said in an interview with television channel France 5. Diplomatic relations between France and Turkey have deteriorated due to disagreements on Syria, Libya and the eastern Mediterranean. In December, France led a diplomatic push for European Union sanctions against Turkey for its seismic research activities in waters of the Mediterranean claimed by Greece and Cyprus. Asked whether Turkey would meddle in French…

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