Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is greeted by his supporters as he leaves from his residence in Istanbul, Turkey, February 26, 2017. Kayhan Ozer/Presidential Palace/Handout via REUTERS
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Turkey on Monday criticized Austria after its foreign minister said President Tayyip Erdogan was not welcome to campaign among Turks living in Austria for a referendum to be held in Turkey in April.Earlier on Monday, Kurz told the tabloid Heute: "Election campaign appearances (in Austria by Erdogan) are not welcome".He said Erdogan could come to Europe and Austria for bilateral visits "like any other top politician", but added that Austria rejected someone bringing the Turkish election campaign and polarization to Austria.
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