The refusal was communicated to Germany's ambassador over the weekend, Foreign Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer told reporters.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel shakes hands with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during a photo opportunity at the State Department in Washington, Wednesday, May 17, 2017.
Germany is considering pulling out its troops from the Incirlik Air Base in Southern Turkey, which is routinely used by USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces, as Turkey has banned another delegation of members of the German Parliament from visiting the German soldiers there. German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested on Monday the troops could be moved elsewhere.
Turkey has blocked a request for German politicians to visit the country's soldiers at an air base in Incirlik, officials say. However, it is considering relocating them to Jordan or another country after Turkey again refused to allow German lawmakers to visit the troops at Incirlik.
The heated exchanges come in the wake of rising tensions between the two governments.
This time the ban is said to be motivated by Germany's decision to grant political asylum to Turkish military officers facing persecution in Turkey after the failed July 2016 military coup there.
German government spokesman Stefan Seibert said Berlin would consider alternative places to station the soldiers.
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The Constitution emerging from another coup, in 1980, maintained that tradition. But party ties were dropped after the country's 1960 coup.
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Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday that a team is now in Jordan to assess a site for Germany's Tornado reconnaissance jets and a refueling plane, AP reported.
In related news, Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany's global broadcaster, noted that Ankara was also incensed by Berlin's refusal to allow Turkish ministers permission to attend political rallies aimed at Turkish voters living in Germany in support of a referendum granting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan greatly extended powers.
The Incirlik refusal, which follows a similar standoff past year, is the latest in a long line of irritants in Turkish-German relations.
Ministry sources told Reuters that the German parliamentary defense committee's visit was barred because it was not considered appropriate.
The 250 Bundeswehr troops have been stationed at the Incirlik base as a part of a US led coalition to fight ISIS.
Erdogan has repeatedly accused Yucel of being a German "agent". A narrow majority of Turks backed the referendum to change the constitution and grant Erdogan sweeping executive powers.
Germany must decide whether it wants to stand with its ally Turkey or with alleged coup plotters, Turkey's prime minister said Tuesday, as relations took a dip.