Ankara and Brussels nearly a year ago on March 18 signed a landmark deal that has substantially lessened the flow of migrants from Turkey to Europe.
"The European Court of Justice, which is responsible for protecting the joint justice in Europe, has bombarded justice", the minister said.
Turkey hosts more than three million refugees, making it the country with the largest refugee population, according to the European Commission. "They have promised to remove visas".
President Erdogan said the European Union had broken its promise of granting visa-free travel to Turks.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told Haber Turk news channel that the top USA diplomat was likely to meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim during the visit.
"Now they're talking about the readmission agreement".
The leaders said "it was unacceptable for Turkey to use Nazi jibes to criticise Germany and other countries for banning rallies".
He also criticized the Dutch government's mistreatment of a Turkish minister that ended up in a diplomatic row between the two countries.
"You use all kinds of banditry for your own ends against a state like Turkey and then you act as if nothing happened and continue as before".
Meanwhile, Chancellor Angela Merkel's office said the German leader discussed the tensions between European Union nations and Turkey with French President Francois Hollande in a phone call Thursday. "They started a clash between the cross and the crescent, there is no other explanation", Erdogan said. The controversial decision drew criticism from Turkish politicians.
In retaliation, Turkey barred the Dutch ambassador from returning to Ankara, and suspended high-level relations with The Hague in a raft of diplomatic sanctions.
Erdogan also criticised the Netherlands, saying the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte had lost the friendship of Ankara. "You have to keep in mind that you can not design a game in this region in spite of Turkey", Soylu said.