Ankara said that it "prevents" it from conducting an anti-Igilov operation in the Syrian Raqqah

The Turkish administration announced the conditions on which the Turkish army would launch an operation against ISIS (banned in the Russian Federation) in the Syrian province of Rakka. The head of the press service of Erdogan, Ibrahim Kalyn, made a statement in which he said that the Turkish army even now would have launched an anti-Igilov operation in Rakka, if Kurdish armed forces had not acted against the igilovites there.


Ankara said that it "prevents" it from conducting an anti-Igilov operation in the Syrian Raqqah


Interfax quotes the statement Kalyn:
Negotiations are still ongoing, there is still no certainty. Our principled position remains the same as it was during the operations in Jerablus and Manbij. If the PYD (“Democratic Union” party) or the YPG (Kurdish National Self-Defense Forces of Syria) participate, then there can be no question of our participation.


At the same time, Kalyn said that Turkey supports the liberation of Raqqa from the militants of the so-called Islamic State.

After the statement of Kalyn and the very strange military operation of Turkey in Manbij and Jerablus, when thousands of igilovtsevs refused to accept the battle and quietly left the occupied territories, the thought arises that Ankara is afraid of witnesses of how Turks will negotiate with igilovtsami in Rakka. After all, the Kurds are set to fight in the LIH with weapons In the hands of, and Ankara, it seems, has its levers, which LIH well managed ...
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  1. Teberii 22 September 2016 16: 02 New
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    A good position, let them bite each other. And then it will be seen.
    1. Sibbars 22 September 2016 17: 12 New
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      can it be seen and can you see, children do not mind?
  2. faridg7 22 September 2016 16: 04 New
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    Yes, what problems - nobody called you there, and if you just don’t interfere, then everything will go easier and faster
  3. katalonec2014 22 September 2016 16: 11 New
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    Levers, this is a mutually beneficial oil trade, rather barter, we’ll give you arms, you’ll give us oil for nothing. Also, do not forget about the Kurds if ISIS destroys them all, Turkey will only thank them. But what happens when (theoretically) Isil breaks through own way to the sea? because then they will start trading much more widely.
    1. kot423 22 September 2016 16: 19 New
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      Mmmm, feel free to ask, how? On fishing boats? And if there is even a tanker (some kind of kamikaze), what prevents it from sinking (before loading, so as not to spoil the environment) by analogy with the "oil" caravans?
      1. katalonec2014 22 September 2016 16: 27 New
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        As elsewhere, on tankers ..................... or do you seriously think that one of the businessmen will disdain.
        1. kot423 22 September 2016 16: 57 New
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          You somehow selectively read comments ... I repeat: "And even if there is a tanker (some kind of kamikaze), what prevents it from being sunk (before loading, so as not to spoil the environment) by analogy with the" oil "caravans?"
          1. Phantom Revolution 22 September 2016 17: 06 New
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            Quote: kot423
            You somehow selectively read comments ... I repeat: "And even if there is a tanker (some kind of kamikaze), what prevents it from being sunk (before loading, so as not to spoil the environment) by analogy with the" oil "caravans?"

            As in Libya, no one drowns incoming tankers, they will trade on behalf of which thread of a registered company, perhaps the Turks will help. (Or do you think that tankers will drive under their flags?)
            Try to destroy the tanker under the flag of Turkey, get an answer.
          2. katalonec2014 22 September 2016 17: 15 New
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            Do you seriously think that the military rules the world? They are ruled by the business elite.
      2. ochakow703 22 September 2016 17: 42 New
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        I beg of you. In the world there will be a hundred (or even more) businessmen who will drive a tanker and a mother’s mother for a pack of green candy wrappers and load her mother with a bucket. Eka is unseen in our world - to meet a scoundrel!
    2. 3 Gorynych 22 September 2016 16: 19 New
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      And suddenly the Kurds will kill all the ISIS in the same topic for the Turks!
  4. dmi.pris 22 September 2016 16: 22 New
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    What squeamish ... Where the Kurds we will not poop!
  5. Danil Laryon 22 September 2016 16: 30 New
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    It’s more likely that she is bored by restoring the Ottoman Empire.
  6. vobels 22 September 2016 16: 34 New
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    Did anyone call them there? Then there is nothing to set conditions.
  7. Banishing liberoids 22 September 2016 16: 40 New
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    Isil puts the Turks with cancer —that's the whole operation against igil, but if you add to this that the Kurds of the Turks are not sickly, the question is, who is fighting there at all?
    1. dumpy15 22 September 2016 16: 50 New
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      Turkey is one of the beneficiaries of the IG. We still remember the oil convoys from Raqqa to Turkey. The real enemy of the Turks is the Kurds in any packaging.
  8. Berber 22 September 2016 16: 51 New
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    These so-called allies will enter the war when it becomes clear that ISIS will end, that is, at the end of the war, in order to share the fruits of victory.
  9. katalonec2014 22 September 2016 16: 58 New
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    Quote: Expelling Liberoids
    the question is who is fighting there at all?

    It’s a strange war, to say that there are a lot of players, there’s nothing to say, they’re simply overwhelming there, and everyone has their own interests. Everything is clear with the Kurds, they want to finally find their own state, but at the same time chop off the oil and gas bearing regions, and that’s neither Turkey nor Damascus will not like it, especially when the Kurds begin to cut access to the sea (they have no other way out).
    The Turks have their own interests, and one of them is just to prevent the Kurds from building the first stage of state building (the fact is that the Kurds want to chop off territories from Turkey and Iraq as well).
    Well, the coalition is even easier, they will put them on their throne, and they will control the whole country.
    On this war, you can safely write dissertations.
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      Erg 22 September 2016 18: 51 New
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      Nothing strange, if you recall the war in Chechnya ...
  10. Mavrikiy 22 September 2016 17: 09 New
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    Well, what prevents the dancer, we know without explanation. But it touches when the Kurds are pressed into the back, the Turks have no problems. And when the Turks have to hit ISIS .... not powerful, the Kurd crossed the road, a bad omen.
  11. Olegovi4 22 September 2016 17: 12 New
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    what time we live. the foreign state is prevented from conducting military occupation of a large city of a sovereign state not by international law, which is not even recalled, but by armed groups, including Syrian citizens.
  12. semuil 22 September 2016 17: 16 New
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    After reading the headline about “what’s stopping”, I immediately thought: not really “they are the most?” After reading, I realized that it was their relatives that weren’t there.
  13. weksha50 22 September 2016 18: 36 New
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    "After the statement of Kalyn and a very strange military operation Turkey in Manbij and Dzherablus, when thousands of Ishilov’s refused to accept the battle and calmly left the occupied territories, the idea arises that Ankara is afraid of witnesses of how the Turks will negotiate with the Ishilov’s in Raqqa ...

    Why is it strange ...
    After all, only today they talked about the destruction of the Center for the Coordination of the Babooms by the Russian air forces, in which, along with others, Turkish officers also died ... Coordinators ...
    There was a "horror" serpentine, if you list all ...
  14. APASUS 22 September 2016 18: 54 New
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    Isn't that a little weird?
    Turkey cannot fight ISIS because the Kurds are fighting ISIS there.
  15. Evil 55 23 September 2016 02: 53 New
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    That's so simple .. Do you really need any other answer?