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MOSCOW, April 15. /TASS/. The West regularly interferes in the internal affairs of Turkey and Russia, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Saturday at a meeting with members of the Russian community in the Antalya region.
Cited by the Anadolu news agency on Saturday, Cavusoglu said that some Western states "like interfering in the domestic affairs of Russia and Turkey and cannot cure themselves from this lengthy illness."
"These countries imagine themselves to be ‘bosses’ above the rest," the Turkish top diplomat said, adding that Europe is up in arms about the rapprochement between Ankara and Moscow.
In addition, the foreign minister noted the two countries’ willingness to counter terrorism.