Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister expects a block on Twitter to be temporary and says an agreement should be reached with the social media platform.
"I don't think this will last too long. A mutual solution needs to be found," Ali Babacan told CNBC-e, adding that while freedom of expression was important, the individual right to privacy also needed to be respected.
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