Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu flashed the “Grey Wolf” sign in front of a group of Armenians marching for the anniversary of the Armenian genocide in Uruguay on Saturday.

Turkish nationalists often use the salutation of the Grey Wolves, “a fist with the little finger and index finger raised,” inspired by a she-wolf in the Ergenekon legend, a myth associated with the country’s Turkic origins in the Central Asian steppes.

It was banned in Austria in February 2019. In Germany, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Left Party proposed banning the salute in October 2018, calling it fascist.