A Turkish teacher who remained in detention for nine months after the Turkish government’s relentless quest for his extradition has been released by Georgia.
Mustafa Emre Cabuk, a teacher and an official at a Gulen-linked school in Georgia was caught at Turkish government’s sprawling global manhunt against members of Gulen movement. Ankara sought his extradition.
Last week, EU Parliamentarian Rebecca Harms visited the teacher in jail and urged Georgian officials to release him.
GOOD NEWS: My colleague MP Tamar Khulordava from Georgia just wrote me that Mustafa is free on bail. I am very happy for him, his family and for #Georgia. #FreeCabuk https://t.co/yxzt9oAe7V
— Rebecca Harms (@RebHarms) February 19, 2018
She announced the release on her Twitter account.
The moment Mr. Cabuk reunited with his family and kids were recorded by media.
Türkiye'nin isteği doğrultusunda Gürcistanda tutuklu bulunan Mustafa Emre Çabuk bey uzun bir aradan sonra serbest bırakıldı
9 ay sonra Gürcistan hapishanelerinden özgürlüğe yürüyüş.
Emre bey'in evlatlarına kavuşma anı pic.twitter.com/vgMMDrpej6@lordofthederts
— M_T (@TrMusaturgut) February 19, 2018
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