World Bulletin / News Desk
Kenan Kolat, head of the Turkish Community in Germany (TGD), has criticized the investigation of the German Interior Ministry into the Neo-Nazi murders which took place between 2000 and 2007.
Kolat told Anadolu Agency on Monday that the German government and interior ministry have to put forward all the information and stressed, "The Interior Ministry seems like they do not want the illumination of the cases."
He reminded, the destruction of the files regarding the incidents was up on the surface which was unacceptable.
He added that the federal government has to organize a special session for the case.
Furthermore, Kolat asked from German Chancellor Angela Merkel to stand behind her words that she promised to the families of victims about the illumination of the case a year ago.
Moreover, Kolat stated that the act of German President Joachim Gauck was a good gesture as he received the families of Turks who were killed by Neo-Nazis in Germany.
Neo-Nazi members killed eight Turks in Germany between 2000-2007.
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