Turkey has warned its citizens to revise their travel plans to the United States or to exercise caution if they go ahead with a trip, according to the foreign ministry.
"We observe an increasing number of terror plots and acts of violence in the United States", the ministry said in a statement.
It added that the New York City subway pipe bomb attack in December was "an example of far-right/racist incidents".
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The move comes after the USA on January 11 urged its citizens to reconsider travel to Turkey "due to terrorism and arbitrary detentions".
Ankara has said the case against the banker was based on false evidence and supported by the network of the cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom it blames for orchestrating a failed coup in 2016.
In return, the Turkish foreign ministry said Turkish public sector employees in the USA had been detained on "baseless allegations".
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the U.S.travel warning "unfairly" portrayed Turkey as an unsafe country and did nothing to improve frayed ties between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies. Earlier this month, a U.S. jury found a Turkish banker guilty of helping Iran to evade USA sanctions.