Anzac travel under review as Scott Morrison slams ‘insult’ by Turkish President Recep Erdogan


National security agencies are reviewing whether it is safe for Australians to travel to Gallipoli for Anzac Day services, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison considers expelling Turkey’s ambassador over “highly offensive and highly reckless” comments by Turkish President Recep…

  • Max Koslowski
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

Mr Morrison met the ambassador, Korhan Karakoc, at Parliament House on Wednesday morning and asked for Mr Erdogan to withdraw his remarks.

Mr Morrison was wary of heightening tensions just one month out from Anzac Day, but told reporters that Turkey’s official safe travel status was…

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