The Dutch foreign ministry said that Dutch mobile phones could be inspected and inspected at Turkish airports. The Dutch Foreign Ministry warned its citizens that comments on their accounts in the networks could expose them to sanctions in Turkey.
The Dutch Foreign Ministry said that if the Turkish authorities complained of a link between these passengers, especially those of Turkish origin, with groups considered by Ankara to be terrorist, their phones and computers could be inspected at the airport and elsewhere.
She said the Dutch, who also hold Turkish citizenship, may face questioning on arrival at Turkish ports.
The ministry said Turkish authorities could try them for statements made outside Turkey, including comments on the networks.
Turkish authorities have arrested hundreds of people for what they wrote on the networks, according to the website "Ahwal" on Turkish affairs, the human rights organization "Human Rights Watch".
In 2017, a Dutchman was arrested in 2017 for criticizing President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, after comments criticizing the political situation and accusing him of corruption.