Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim delivers a speech during the AK Party's group meeting at the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (TBMM) in Ankara on October 31, 2017. / AFP / ADEM ALTAN
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Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim Tuesday described the United States' move to partially resume issuing visas in Turkey as a positive step, but said Washington should extradite a cleric blamed for last year's failed military coup in Turkey.The United States said on Monday it would resume "limited visa services" in Turkey after getting what it said were assurances about the safety of its local staff.However, Yildirim reiterated Turkey's stance that it had not offered assurances to Washington.U.S. officials have said courts require sufficient evidence to order his extradition.
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