Gulen didn't send 'letter to Erdogan'

Journalists’ and Writers’ Foundation dismissed reports that Gulen sent a letter to the prime minister.

Gulen didn't send 'letter to Erdogan'

Journalists’ and Writers’ Foundation (GYV), whose honorary chairman is Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gulen, dismissed reports that Gülen sent a letter to the prime minister.

The foundation recalled reports by journalists who attended Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s breakfast in Istanbul on Saturday and said Gulen sent a letter to Erdoğan.

“We’re saddened that a series of wrong comments were made over false information,” GYV said, regarding the letter. “It is possible that Mr. Prime Minister’s words were not fully understood that led to wrong assessments.”

The foundation said in a statement on Saturday that Gulen met with an individual dispatched by a “respected state dignitary” and reciprocated with a letter following the meeting.

The statement also dismissed reports that the letter includes “negotiations.”

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Güncelleme Tarihi: 05 Ocak 2014, 10:01
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