Turkey bans US companies from operating in Turkey
The country has frozen the funds of institutions and individuals on the grounds that they support terrorism.
One of the institutions whose funds were frozen is the Niagara Foundation in Chicago.
Turkey freezes 770 people and US institutions. Turkey has frozen 770 US-based institutions and individuals for allegedly supporting terrorism in connection with the 2016 coup.
It has frozen the finances of 400 individuals in connection with the famous cleric Fatullah Gulen, and the rest are Turkish-based companies based in various cities in the United States.
The Niagara Foundation, a Turkish-based company based in Chicago, is one of the institutions banned by the Turkish government, Reuters reported.
The Turkish government has also blocked the movement of 200 people suspected of links to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party and the Islamic State terrorist group.
Turkey has already ordered the ambassadors of 10 countries, including the United States, to leave the country.
The decision to expel the ambassadors came after they demanded the release of a man on trial on suspicion of involvement in the failed 2016 coup attempt.
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