The Netherlands' capital city has removed Turkish material that was seen as endorsing the government of Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan from a voting station in the eastern part of the city Wednesday, Het Parool newspaper reported.
Turkey and the Netherlands have been involved in a diplomatic row since Saturday, after the Dutch government prevented Turkish government ministers from addressing Erdoğan supporters in the country.
An Amsterdam city official confirmed that an inspection had taken place at the voting station, located in a multicultural center, but could not confirm that materials had been removed.
Photos circulating on Twitter showed the station had been decorated with Turkish flags. Het Parool reported that folders issued by the Diyanet, the religious affairs directorate of the Turkish government, had been removed.
The Dutch are voting in a national election on Wednesday seen as a major test of the strength of populist anti-establishment sentiment.
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