State Department denies conspiracy theory in Turkey with participation of United States
US did not try to overthrow the legitimate government of Turkey, - State Department spokesman
US denies its involvement in attempted coup d'état in Turkey in last month. This was stated by Deputy US State Department spokesman Mark Toner, reports "Ukrinform".
"We are aware that after such events always arises a lot of conspiracy theories, but the view that the United States was somehow involved in the attempt to overthrow the democratically elected government of its NATO ally - is an absurd," - said Toner.
We recall that in the night from July 15 to 16, a group of soldiers tried to seize power in Turkey.
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