"We will turn to international institutions if need, that includes European Court of Human Rights," minister noted.
According to him, position of Dutch authorities is unacceptable.
"We did not experience such shameful cases even under nazism," Cavusoglu stressed.
At the same time, Foreign Minister emphasized that official apologies from Netherlands will not be enough and Turkey will respond.
As it was reported earlier, Netherlands withdrew landing permission for the plane with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on board flying in for a campaign rally. Beyond that, Turkey's family minister reported on Twitter he was not being allowed to enter Turkish consulate in Rotterdam. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted pretty quickly, describing the move as a measure by “Nazi remnants and fascists”.