Pakistan and Turkey should not interfere in our ‘internal affairs’: France
French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin, who has offended Muslims around the world by publishing government-sponsored blasphemous sketches, has brazenly said that Pakistan and Turkey should not interfere in France’s internal affairs.
According to Reuters, Gerald Durmanin, in an interview with local radio, referred to the Pakistani parliament’s resolution to recall its ambassador to France and Turkey, saying “we should be surprised when world powers interfere in France’s internal affairs.” ۔
He did not say that Turkey should not interfere in France’s internal affairs.
It is believed that after the publication of government-sponsored blasphemous sketches in France and then the statement of French President Emmanuel Macron in its favor, a series of protests against France has started and a campaign to boycott French goods is underway in Muslim countries. Is