Unknown persons threw bottles with paint, the building of the Consulate General of Turkey in Zurich, Switzerland. On Tuesday, may 2, reports the Hürriyet Daily News.
It is noted that the walls of nearby buildings and at the bus stop, located near the Embassy, had left inscriptions, calling for the murder of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Consul General of Turkey in Zurich, Asia Nurjan Ipekci (Asiye Nurcan Ipekçi) reported that the attack was made about 60 of the attackers in masks. “Currently the situation is under control,” the diplomat added.
The incident occurred in a non-business day is 1 may in Turkey are celebrating the labor Day. At this point in the building were security personnel.
On the eve of the referendum on introducing issues to the Turkish Constitution in the capital of Switzerland — Bern — there was a demonstration. The activists were carrying a banner on which was written “Kill Erdogan”.
On April 24 it became known that the Turkish leader has filed a lawsuit against the French analyst Philippe Moreau Defarge, who publicly talked about the attempt on his life.