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Position does not allow España vs. Liechtenstein en vivo en directo live streaming free Por Internet transmisión TV 5 Septiembre 2017 Online hoy: ver horarios y canales ver partido us to think about continuing negotiations” on the accession of the country to the European Union, French government spokesman Christoph Castanier said Tuesday.

“Negotiations should continue,” he told Radio France Internationale. “Either negotiations, which in any case is pending, do not exist today, that is the case.”

“In the past 10 years, Turkey has used a scapegoat to justify political positions in France, and Turkey was waving to arouse fear, while in fact Turkey is part of our common history,” the French government spokesman said.

The comments came two days after German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced her support for ending Turkey’s accession negotiations.

Merkel’s remarks angered the Turkish regime, which it described as an “attack on the core values ​​of the European Union.”

“It is certain that today’s political situation in Turkey does not allow us to think, on the basis of which we are proceeding, to continue discussions and exchanges and to hope to promote the integration of Turkey,” he said.
Malaysia on Tuesday summoned the Myanmar ambassador to express its dissatisfaction with the violence in the Rakhine state, where about 125,000 Muslim Rohingyas have been displaced.

Foreign Minister Hanifa Aman said the latest violence showed that the Myanmar government has made little progress towards finding a peaceful solution to the problems faced by the Rohingya minority, most of whom live in the northwest of the country near the border with Bangladesh.

“Under these developments, Malaysia believes that the issue of continuing violence and discrimination against the Rohingyas should be elevated to a higher international platform,” he said in a statement.

Myanmar says the security forces are fighting a legitimate campaign against “terrorists” responsible for a series of attacks on police and military positions since last October.

The latest episode of violence began on Aug. 25 when Rohingya gunmen attacked dozens of police posts and an army base.