Turkish Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said on Wednesday evening that Turkey was “anxiously following the progress of the United States and commenting on the progress of the United States” after protesters stormed the US Congress building.
In a tweet he posted on his Twitter account, Callen said, “We are anxiously following developments in the United States.”
Earlier on Wednesday, the Turkish Foreign Ministry expressed concern over the incident, calling on all parties to calm down and exercise restraint.
The ministry said in a statement: “We are concerned about the internal developments that have followed the US presidential election, until today, when protesters tried to storm the Congress building.”
“We call on all parties in the United States to remain calm and calm, and we hope that the United States will deal with this internal political crisis prudently.”
The ministry called on Turkish citizens in the United States to stay away from crowded places and protest sites.
Tens of thousands of supporters of US President Donald Trump rallied near the White House on Wednesday to demand a review of the results of the presidential election won by Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
The protesters then marched to the Congress building along with the House of Representatives and the Senate.