Turkey's foreign minister says he will go to the Netherlands to address Turkish citizens despite Dutch authorities' demands that he not show up for a rally there on the upcoming Turkish referendum.
"You can stop our foreign minister's plane all you want, let's see how your diplomatic planes will come to Turkey from now on", Mr Erdoğan.
It read: "Many Dutch people with a Turkish background are authorised to vote in the referendum over the Turkish constitution", it said.
The Dutch government announced that Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu's flight permit was revoked amid concerns over public order at the expected large gathering of Turkish expatriates.
At least four German local authorities have also withdrawn permission for pro-Erdogan campaign events and the Austrian government has also said allies of the Turkish President can not campaign in the country.
Cavusoglu said their would be "heavy sanctions" against the Netherlands for canceling his flight and Erdogan suggested the country may retaliate against Dutch flights.
Following the incident, Turkey's foreign ministry summoned the Dutch charge d'affaires, ministry sources said. The incident followed rally bans in several other European countries.
"They are Nazi remnants, they are fascists", Erdogan said, days after he angrily compared moves to block rallies in Germany to "Nazi practices".
Another event in Zurich scheduled for Friday was cancelled, as were rallies in the Austrian towns of Hoerbranz, Linz and Herzogenburg.
"As far as the Turkish government is concerned, they couldn't be happier than they are today".
Turkey's Foreign Ministry said late Saturday it did not want the Dutch ambassador to Turkey to return "for some time".
The minister also confirmed that Erdogan "is thinking of a visit to Germany" but the date and place has not been decided yet.
European leaders have accused Erdogan of concentrating power as his government cracks down on dissent following a failed coup last July.
The family minister's vehicle was intercepted by Dutch police while entering the country.