Canadian Foreign Minister calls Erdogan's attacks on Macron unacceptable

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OTTAWA, October 27. / TASS /. Canadian Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne said that Canada expresses solidarity with French President Emmanuel Macron and called Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan's attacks on him unacceptable. The head of Canadian diplomacy posted the corresponding message on Monday on his page in Twitter

"We are in solidarity with our French friends. Turkey's recent comments about France are completely unacceptable," he wrote. Champagne also said that the parties should reopen diplomatic talks.

The Turkish President issued a statement on October 24 that Macron "needs treatment for mental disorders." Thus, the Turkish leader reacted to the statements of the French leader in connection with the terrorist attack in the Paris suburb of Conflans-Saint-Honorine, where on October 16, an 18-year-old Islamist killed a school teacher on the basis of religious hatred. After the incident, Macron warned that the French authorities "will launch an active struggle against the carriers of radical ideology and the associations they have created."

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