Austrian archeologists in Ephesus fired due to the political tensions
Aegean Coast / Province of Aydın
19.09.2016
The Ministry cancelled the program in İzmir Selcuk 2 months before the normal period.

Austrian archaeologists can no longer dig in the ancient Turkish city of Ephesus. The Turkish government, the investigation ended prematurely because of,, continuing political tensions with Austria ', the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported.

The Austrian Institute of Archaeology doing for over a century excavations in Ephesus. The western Turkish city on the World Heritage List of UNESCO and hosted once one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the temple of the Greek goddess Artemis. However, the site is now,, adopted 'by the local museum. If not improve relations between Ankara and Vienna, the Austrians can write a license for next year on their bellies, message Hürriyet.

Austria wants to suspend negotiations on Turkey's accession to the European Union and therefore has angered Ankara.

The Foreign Mnistry of Turkey sent a report on 31.August which led the Tourism Ministry to cancel the agreement with Austrian Team. Ephesus Museum closed the area.


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