WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US State Department said Thursday that claims by Turkish officials that the US was involved in a failed coup in Turkey in 2016 were “totally false.” In a statement issued after Turkey’s interior minister accused the United States of being behind the coup, the State Department said such “remarks and other baseless and irresponsible claims of American responsibility for events in Turkey are inconsistent with the Turkey’s status as a NATO ally and strategic partner of the United States. ”
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