Yeah, yeah, yeah...same difference.
The fact is you prevented two foreigners at your border from entering, because:
Not really, one (foreign affairs) minister was denied entering the European Union (via a Dutch airfield) because he wouldn't cooperate to prevent public order disturbance and started to threaten our government with sanctions, via the media while negotiations were being conducted
(which clearly showed ill intent), and another minister was allowed to enter the country from Germany, but she was not allowed to disrupt public order as a replacement of that Foreign affairs minister.
She actually was supposed to give a speech in an establishment close the border with Germany, a day or so before, but that got canceled by the proprietor of that establishment. She only got stopped by police after crossing the entire country from east to west, using another convoy with a lookalike stand-in to avoid early detection of where she was heading. Why the secrecy?
When her convoy ran into the sealed off region around the consulate, because a demonstration was going on there, the convoy got stuck in a back alley. When the consul stopped answering the Mayor's phone calls, when he tried inquiring what was happening (despite the assurances earlier that day that nobody was expected to come), she then didn't follow the request to leave on her own (with her 12 potentially armed bodyguards), locking herself in the armoured car for several hours, still no answers from the consul, she was finally escorted back to the German border.
The apparently deliberate attempts to disrupt public order in another country were met with a free ride back to where she came from, after being declared an unwelcome alien. Things could have gotten much more ugly.
Besides, no Turkish diplomat/minister ever caused a terrorist act in Holland, nor murdered a single Dutch citizen.
Not to my knowledge, but there have been incidents with e.g. a drunken Russian diplomat (Dmitri Borodin) suspected of child molestation incidents (bystanders called the police) and his drunken wife causing a collision earlier that day, luckily only with material damage to someone else's car, crying daughters, no lethal human casualties. He was silently replaced by another diplomat, without deliberate escalations by a foreign power.