Turkey has extended the work permit of the German journalist Jörg Brase: The ZDF correspondent is allowed to report from the country. A newspaper journalist has to be more anxious.
of The ZDF correspondent Joerg Brase may now reports, however, more from the Turkey.
reported As the transmitter to its website, has received the head of the Studio in Istanbul, but still a renewal of his permit to work as a Journalist.
The Vice-ZDF-editor-in-chief Bettina Schausten welcomed the fact that Ankara has to revise its decision. Brase will take on in the coming days its activity in Turkey, she explained.
"The ZDF is assumed that that the press cards for 'daily mirror'correspondent Thomas Seibert, and the rest of the colleagues, who are still waiting are now being issued," she added.the Lack of accreditation will force exit
Seibert and the NDR-Reporter Halil Gulbeyaz had been withdrawn at the beginning of March, the accreditations - you are not allowed to work in Turkey as a journalist and were in fact forced to leave the country.
government spokesman Steffen Seibert had Regret for the entire Federal government, "" and "lack of understanding" about the process of Turkey expressed. The decisions were not traceable.
The Foreign office tightened its travel advice that: "Statements which are covered under German law understanding of freedom of expression, can result in Turkey to professional measures and criminal proceedings is limited."
The troubled German-Turkish relations had reached a new level of escalation.
In ranking of press freedom by reporters without borders, Turkey is currently ranked 157 out of 180 countries.