Ursula von der Leyen could not sit down again!

During the reception of President Erdoğan with the President of the European Council Charles Michel and the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, the seating arrangement was transformed into a seat crisis and same thing happened this time elsewhere.

During the EU summit, which was held at the invitation of President Erdogan, the sitting arrangement of Ursula Von der Leyen and Charles Michael was tried to be turned into a seat crisis, and attempts were made to blame Turkey in this crisis.

While the EU was carrying its fight to Ankara, Von der Leyen took the incident one step further and accused Turkey of sexism.

She couldn’t sit down again, but this time she didn’t blame anyone

Leyen, who targeted Turkey, was the only woman who could not sit in a shot taken at the G7 Summit held on 11-13 June in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, hosted by England.

While Turkey was being targeted with unfair accusations based on what happened in Ankara, it was not a problem for Leyen to survive in this shot. Leyen‘s smiling pose drew attention.

We would like to inform you that Ursula von der Leyen, who accuses Turkey of sexism, is two-faced and should apologize to Turkey.

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