A Turkish flag is reflected off of the Ataturk Cultural Center (AKM), June 13, 2017 in Istanbul.
AFP / OZAN KOSE
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The Dutch Cabinet declared Friday that Turkey's Vice Prime Minister Tugrul Turkes was not welcome to travel to the Netherlands for a ceremony among Turkish expatriates commemorating last year's failed coup attempt.Shortly before Dutch national elections in March -- in which anti-immigrant sentiment was a major theme -- the Cabinet declared unwelcome Turkish ministers attempting to travel to the Netherlands to campaign among expatriates for a Turkish constitutional referendum giving broader powers to Erdogan.
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