Germany's newly-elected President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has warned Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan of risking “collapsing” everything Ankara had recently achieved and of damaging relations with its partners.
Germany on Monday branded as "unacceptable" Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's charge that Chancellor Angela Merkel was using "Nazi measures," but signaled it wanted to avoid escalating the feud.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has called on Europe and the United States to keep in place the sanctions slapped on Russia over its alleged role in the conflict gripping the Russian-speaking regions of eastern Ukraine.
The first face-to-face meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel started awkwardly on Friday and ended even more oddly, with a quip by Trump about wiretapping that left the German leader visibly bewildered.
Germany may file a suit against the United States at the World Trade Organization over President Donald Trump's proposed border tax, the German economy minister said on Friday ahead of a meeting between Chancellor Angela Merkel and Trump later in the day.
Germany has warned against Ankara’s departure from NATO as tensions continue to escalate between Turkey and the Netherlands over an upcoming constitutional referendum that would expand the Turkish president’s powers.
Turkey's foreign minister said he would go ahead with a planned rally with Turkish voters in Germany on Tuesday despite local authorities' closure of the venue, escalating a row between two NATO allies over campaigning for a Turkish referendum.
Turkey accused Germany on Friday of scandalous behavior in canceling rallies of Turkish citizens in two German towns due to be addressed by Turkish ministers and said Berlin provided a "shelter" for people committing crimes against his country.