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Is Turkey backtracking on Syria?

July 19 2012 at 2:58 AM
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Turkey and Russia reject Syrias division

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Syrians flash victory signs during a celebration after hearing about the suicide attack hit the National Security building. AP photo

Syrians flash victory signs during a celebration after hearing about the suicide attack hit the National Security building. AP photo

Both Turkey and Russia will refuse to accept any division of Syria, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoðan said yesterday at a joint press conference after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

We do not have any disagreement over the stability of Syria and the region. We think the same thing on that. We certainly reject the division of Syria, Erdoðan said.

The prime minister also noted, however, the continuing violence in the country. There is a regime which is killing its own people. We are making assessments [taking into consideration] such developments, Erdoðan said. We say that whatever the Syrian people want should happen for Syria. Foreign countries should not make a decision about a Syria after [President Bashar] al-Assad; the Syrian people should [make this decision].

Erdoðan also said the recent international talks in Geneva provided a road map but that delaying an international solution to the conflict leads to loss of lives.

We want the Syrian people to decide. In that situation, the U.N. Security Council and the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council face important decisions, Erdoðan said.

The Geneva talks in late June produced an agreement praised by Russia which called for a transitional government in Syria without setting any conditions for the current government in Damascus.

Putin barely spoke on the Syria crisis during the brief news conference, saying only that he welcomed Turkeys support of the decisions reached in the Geneva talks.

Phone call on jet
The sides also exchanged information about a Turkish jet that was downed recently over the Mediterranean on June 22, an incident that a Russian military official said was caused by Turkeys breach of Syrian airspace.

Replying to a question about whether Russia had shared any documents on the downed Turkish jet, Erdoðan said no information has been shared, stating that the exchange of information between the two countries was limited to a phone call he and Putin had soon after the incident.

Compiled from AA and AFP stories by the Daily News staff.

Source.. http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-and-russia-reject-syrias-division.aspx?pageID=238&nID=25845&NewsCatID=359




 
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Re: Is Turkey backtracking on Syria?

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July 19 2012, 5:12 AM 

Nobody ever talked about partition of Syria. Tayip is knocking on open doors. He is against Assad now. But if Assad is victorious he will switch sides again as usual. Tayip the windmill!

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July 19 2012, 5:51 AM 

He is using political language: We are friends of Syria (but on the meantime facilitate everything for the free Syrian army)


There is usually a huge gap between what politicians say and do, ye Griks should know!

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July 19 2012, 6:57 AM 

So Turkey has a forked tongue, like a snake..........

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July 19 2012, 10:21 AM 

"So Turkey has a forked tongue, like a snake.........."

...not only a forked tongue like a snake, Gavur.. but with a brain to match.. Erdogan, has backstabbed Assad, and helped the USA to destabilise Syria to the point of civil ethnic war.. without a strong ruler like Assad.. Syria will go the way of Iraq.. and NOW Turkey doesn't want Syria to break up and in the process starting a chain reaction of sectarian autonomy that could quite possibly engulf Turkey's own Kurdish, Alawite and Arab minorities.. 

Yes the Turks are dumb backstabbing snakes all-right.. 


 
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July 19 2012, 10:23 AM 

"There is usually a huge gap between what politicians say and do, ye Griks should know!"

...well if anyone is a master on two faced talk Nutuk, it's you Turks al-right.. first you Turko's supported, Saddam, look what happened to him.. then Gadaffi, he's toast.. and now Assad.. 

...I guess the gap between the truth and Turks must be HUGE!!


 
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July 19 2012, 11:20 PM 

...I guess the gap between the truth and Turks must be HUGE!!
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July 20 2012, 1:11 AM 

It's obvious backtracking.

Civil war in Syria and the destabilization in Iraq means that the entire southern border of Turkey is now going to look like the US-Mexico border. Say hello to a huge refugee population.

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July 20 2012, 10:00 AM 

The Turko's are gonna get burn't on way or another with their Syria adventure.. whether Assad stays or goes.. Erdogan is just starting to realise this.. and thats the reason for Turkeys backtracking.. What a Dickhead!!


 
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July 20 2012, 2:43 PM 


WTF you guys talking about?
Essad has not much time left as head of state, Turkey turned away from Assad when he began to use military force on its population because he would not carry out reforms that would lead to his destruction, he is a power-hungry MOFO dictator.

What's the point for Turkey to use multiple billions on a war against Syria when we know that he does not have much time left anyway, rebels are going to hang him in Damascus streets soon if he is not going to run away from Syria.


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