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Ankara offers Washington to deploy troops in Syria

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Turkey offered the United States to transfer to Syria a limited contingent of special forces to support the formations of moderate opposition, reports TASS report of the head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry Mevlut Cavusoglu.

Ankara offers Washington to deploy troops in Syria


Two days ago, Chief of the US General Staff General Joseph Dunford paid a visit to Turkey. We suggested that the American side send (to Syria) a contingent of special forces to support local moderate (opposition) forces,
said the minister at the Munich Security Conference.

He pointed out that the operation “Euphrates Shield” conducted by Turkey since August 2016 “has proved its effectiveness as a concept of cooperation between local formations and special forces of Turkey, which provide Syrian forces with serious support on the ground”.

El-Bab will be taken soon, and after that we can also take Rakka together. You can go to Raqqa together with our coalition allies, the United States. We opened for them our airbase Incirlik,
added Cavusoglu.

He also called for an end to double standards in the fight against terrorism, when "terrorists alone are chosen to fight others."
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REUTERS / Michaela Rehle
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  1. Stabilization
    Stabilization 19 February 2017 17: 20
    +25
    donkey sniffed you and died ...
    1. cniza
      cniza 19 February 2017 17: 41
      +17
      Are they not going to ask Syria? seem to create zones of influence.
      1. Stas157
        Stas157 19 February 2017 19: 05
        +6
        Quote: cniza
        Are they not going to ask Syria? seem to create zones of influence.

        When the Turks captured Syria, they did not ask Syria about this, so why should they ask about this now? But then they asked the Kremlin for permission! But this time it is unlikely. Launched a goat in the garden!
        1. Pirogov
          Pirogov 19 February 2017 21: 01
          +5
          Quote: Stas157
          When the Turks captured Syria, they did not ask Syria about this, so why should they ask about this now? But then they asked the Kremlin for permission! But this time it is unlikely. Launched a goat in the garden!

          Yes, not a goat, but a bitch ..., I am surprised by the naivety of the Russian authorities.
        2. dorz
          dorz 20 February 2017 06: 16
          0
          El-Bab will be taken soon, and after that we can also take Raqqa together

          There is a large oil field in the Raqqi region, and against this background, the coalition’s struggle against terrorism is the greatest hypocrisy.
      2. kapitan92
        kapitan92 19 February 2017 20: 47
        +6
        Quote: cniza
        Are they not going to ask Syria?

        What is Syria now? Who to ask, Assad, who controls a quarter of the country's territory?
        Quote: cniza
        it seems they will create zones of influence.

        Perhaps the appetite has grown and the question is about a certain “quasi-state” under a Turkish-American-Saudi protectorate, where, given the views of Ankara and the opposition controlled by it, only Arabs and Turkomans will live, but where the Kurds, Assyrians and Christians will go is unknown.
        However, it is not too late to warn the joint Turkish-American plans to create a managed enclave in northern Syria.
        Government forces must force their own offensive to the north of Syria in order to cut the way for Turks to the Turks. Bashar al-Assad must promise Syrian Kurds in the person of Syrian Democratic Union leader Salih Muslim real, not just cultural, autonomy.
        And of course, the Guarantor must ultimately warn Turkey about the cessation of the movement of Turkish troops to Raqqa. (IMHO)
      3. Talgat
        Talgat 19 February 2017 22: 54
        +4
        Quote: cniza
        Are they not going to ask Syria?


        It is simply striking that the laws and sovereignty are completely disregarded - the United States and the West, the Saudis, Turks and Israel have never once been bothered that there is generally that legitimate legitimate government in Syria - they bomb missiles or even send troops

        It seems that the "wild era" has come - the right of the strong. Assad and Syria are still alive only because Russia Iran and China harnessed for them.

        But soon this American era should come to an end - China recently made a policy statement - that strong and rich countries should not press and hurt the weak (which has been happening lately) - this is a new leader’s bid for a new order - where lawlessness should have been laid the end - and therefore many countries are now reaching for a bunch - China Russia
        1. Semen Semyonitch
          Semen Semyonitch 20 February 2017 02: 34
          +3
          Quote: Talgat
          to the bunch - China Russia

          Russia-China ....
      4. commbatant
        commbatant 20 February 2017 00: 33
        0
        Are there occupation zones like in West Berlin?
        And in our zone there will be all scumbags ...
      5. Niccola Mack
        Niccola Mack 20 February 2017 12: 13
        0
        it seems they will create zones of influence.

        Apparently, the opposition will now begin to reclassify - very moderate, semi-moderate, moderate in Turkish, moderate in American, almost moderate.
    2. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 19 February 2017 17: 41
      +15
      Turkey proposed that the United States deploy a limited contingent of special forces to Syria to support moderate opposition forces, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Chavushoglu reports to TASS.

      Most likely, the point here is that Turkey needs to somehow calm down the Kurds. By military methods, this apparently does not work out, so the Turks invite a limited contingent of American troops to Syria, in the hope that they will affect the Kurdish militia. But Washington hardly needs this, so they will most likely refuse: let Erdogan deal with his enemies, especially when he has such an ally as Russia. Therefore, it seems to me that we do not need to focus our attention on this issue. Moreover, Putin is silent - it means everything goes on as usual.
      1. Kent0001
        Kent0001 19 February 2017 18: 16
        +2
        Yes, yes, the mattresses will treat the Kurds with sweets, you look and will coax. It's funny ....
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 19 February 2017 18: 26
          +3
          Quote: Kent0001
          Yes, yes, the mattresses will treat the Kurds with sweets, you look and will coax. It's funny ....

          But it didn’t occur to you that the Kurds would not fight the Turks if the Americans were with them. Or do you think that the Kurds will confront Washington? Then they will sign their own death sentence. Funny you are our ...
          1. fyvaprold
            fyvaprold 19 February 2017 18: 41
            +2
            No, what are you! Of course, Kurds fought for their independence for 1000 years in anticipation of the election of Trump! Turks, Kurds, spread rot apparently to raise Washington's rating. Sincerely.
            1. protoss
              protoss 20 February 2017 01: 26
              +2
              Quote: fyvaprold
              Kurds fought for their independence for 1000 years

              for the first time I hear about this. Can you recall the stages of the 1000-year-old Kurdish struggle for independence?
          2. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 19 February 2017 19: 59
            +5
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            Or do you think that the Kurds will confront Washington? Then they will sign their own death sentence.

            I have a feeling that the Kurds will fight for their Kurdistan with anyone. And they spit on death sentences - all the same, to everyone who HERE dies for Kurdistan, THERE is provided with Janat. With a freebie, swill and chicks. For some 20 years, one did not have to communicate with the Kurds in uniform, but he had seen enough Muslims and they don’t care with whom to fight. All the same, warriors - Janat.
            1. vovanpain
              vovanpain 19 February 2017 20: 19
              +12
              Quote: СРЦ П-15
              that the Kurds will not fight the Turks if the Americans are with them. Or do you think that the Kurds will confront Washington?

              Alexander hi They are Kurds, Kurds. Only the Peshmerga and with the Americans and the Turks hobble and own oil wells in Iraq, but they also fight the barmales. But the PKK, it fights against everyone and the Turks basically flog them.
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              but he has seen enough Muslims and with whom to fight-they nevermind.

              Alexey hi Kurds are not only Muslims, but also Christians, Isis and hell will break, but they all fight be healthy. My opinion is that there is a division of Syria and what God will know. request But this is only my private opinion. Regards, Colleagues. hi
              1. Zoldat_A
                Zoldat_A 19 February 2017 20: 25
                +5
                Volodya hi !
                Quote: vovanpain
                Kurds are not only Muslims, but also Christians, Isis and the devil will break their legs, but they are at war, all be healthy.
                Yes, they can believe there in anything - even in the wheel of a cart ... The main thing is that they all have the same morality - Muslim. Do you, Vladimir, look at Turkish Christians on TV at least - do they look very much like our praying grannies in our churches? “Being defines consciousness” - they taught at the school at the MLF ... So this is where they “live”, this is their consciousness. And faith (paradise, janat or something else) here, in general, has nothing to do with it .... hi
                1. vovanpain
                  vovanpain 19 February 2017 20: 45
                  +9
                  Quote: Zoldat_A
                  The main thing is that they all have one morality - Muslim. Do you, Vladimir, look at Turkish Christians on TV at least - do they look very much like our praying grannies in our churches?

                  Alexei about religion in the East, you can dash an article with 10 sequels, by God damn it there will break how much is mixed. requestMostly Kurds and Muslims, but Muslims and Christians are different. Alexei services in our churches differ from the Greek service, the closest to us in Orthodoxy. But the Kurds are also wet with Jebhat an Nusra, with whom the favorites of the Turks and Minke whales have a moderate position They don’t go to hug. Something like that, with respect, Alexey! hi
                  1. Zoldat_A
                    Zoldat_A 19 February 2017 20: 56
                    +5
                    Quote: vovanpain
                    Kurds urinate and Jebhat en Nusra, with whom the favorites of the Turks and Minke whales moderate position almost walk in an embrace

                    So I don’t say that I wouldn’t spit on them ... Some Kurds are fighting with Nusra, others are fighting with Assad ... Indeed, in such a heap, it’s much easier not for us to sort out the sofa, but to entrust this to the General Staff. And I, for example, if I was in uniform now, I would just shoot where the General Staff would show. Well, of course, I would be guided on the spot. Because from Moscow, from the General Staff, all 150 shades of gray are also not visible - it only becomes noticeable on the ground .... It has always been like that. Even from Kabul, Kandahar is not always seen. And here - Moscow and Syria ... On the earth, of course, it is always more visible ...
                    1. vovanpain
                      vovanpain 19 February 2017 21: 04
                      +8
                      Quote: Zoldat_A
                      Indeed, in such a heap, it’s much easier not for us to sort out the sofa, but to entrust this to the General Staff. On the ground, of course, it is always more visible ...
                      Alexey, I absolutely agree with you. drinks hi
      2. vanek77
        vanek77 19 February 2017 20: 51
        0
        Putin will not say anything, and there’s nothing to say. Anaconda rings are actuated. They will possibly bind us with full-scale databases in the Donbass, (it is possible that they set fire to the powder keg in Karabakh) and at the same time engage in the "democratization" of Syria, as well as in the fight against igiloids throughout the country. Everything is more complicated than it seems to us.
        1. Hydra
          Hydra 20 February 2017 00: 46
          0
          Difficult, not complicated. We must work and do what we need ...
    3. maxim947
      maxim947 19 February 2017 18: 04
      +4
      Here it’s a no brainer that the Turks do not need a victory for the Syrians. They have their own mercantile interest, these skins are not fixable. Let the Anglo-Saxons lick further causal places. They never knew honor and dignity,
      1. Kasym
        Kasym 19 February 2017 18: 34
        +13
        In my opinion, everything is much more interesting.
        Turks El-Bab can not take a month. Recently, they were again driven to the suburbs by bogeymans. And this is the 2 Army in NATO. Regular army, having tanks, aircraft, art and anything, incl. human resource unlimited for such a war. But they can't do anything with the bogeles.
        Russia does not intend to introduce ground troops. And after the repressions in the army, the Turks obviously did not do much. With this proposal, they want to see Americans at the forefront - and do you need Trump !? Turks want to improve relations with the new president and they think such a proposal will be the way. But Trump understands perfectly well with whom it is necessary to negotiate - a similar proposal will set up the Kurds, the Syrians and the allies against the United States. And behind Assad of the Russian Federation with Iran - I do not think that Trampm will accept such an offer. It can turn into a trap, from which it will be extremely difficult to get out later. Then get out of the game at a convenient time - the Turks will consider that they were abandoned. They, the members of NATO, the second largest army of the alliance - the probability of leaving the organization of Turkey will greatly increase.
        On the other hand, the refusal will also negatively affect the image of NATO in Ankara.
        Erdogan asked the task of the new administration. hi
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 19 February 2017 19: 35
          +1
          Zhirinovsky ... your "friends" of the shore beguiled? Cho for the tops? Nukaspredoganogo understand!
          1. vik669
            vik669 20 February 2017 00: 26
            0
            Tell who your friend is and I will say who you are!
        2. Dry_T-50
          Dry_T-50 19 February 2017 21: 09
          0
          Quote: Kasym
          In my opinion, everything is much more interesting.
          Turks El-Bab can not take a month. Recently, they were again driven to the suburbs by bogeymans. And this is the 2 Army in NATO. Regular army, having tanks, aircraft, art and anything, incl. human resource unlimited for such a war. But they can't do anything with the bogeles.
          Russia does not intend to introduce ground troops. And after the repressions in the army, the Turks obviously did not do much. With this proposal, they want to see Americans at the forefront - and do you need Trump !? Turks want to improve relations with the new president and they think such a proposal will be the way. But Trump understands perfectly well with whom it is necessary to negotiate - a similar proposal will set up the Kurds, the Syrians and the allies against the United States. And behind Assad of the Russian Federation with Iran - I do not think that Trampm will accept such an offer. It can turn into a trap, from which it will be extremely difficult to get out later. Then get out of the game at a convenient time - the Turks will consider that they were abandoned. They, the members of NATO, the second largest army of the alliance - the probability of leaving the organization of Turkey will greatly increase.
          On the other hand, the refusal will also negatively affect the image of NATO in Ankara.
          Erdogan asked the task of the new administration. hi

          # There are two chairs ...
        3. maxim947
          maxim947 19 February 2017 21: 49
          0
          Turks El-Bab can’t take a month. Recently, they were again driven into the suburbs by the barmalei. And this is the 2nd army in NATO.[i] [/ i]
          Maybe they don’t want so much? There, a lousy coalition of the type "is fighting" with the Isis, but what's the point? This "war" is similar to laughter (if it weren’t so sad)
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 19 February 2017 20: 18
        +13
        Quote: maxim947
        the victory of the Syrians is not needed by the Turks. They have their own mercantile interest, these skins are not fixable.

        Make up after a downed plane? Like, almost bros again? Like, did Perdogan apologize? Nu-nu ... More than one knife, the Turks will stick in our back .....
        1. atakan
          atakan 20 February 2017 05: 42
          +2
          there was no apology.
          It was strange, and not in the first person.
    4. Titsen
      Titsen 20 February 2017 06: 39
      +1
      Quote: Stabilization
      donkey sniffed you and died ...


      It is impossible to consider fat even temporary allies!

      Assad, why is silent?
  2. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 19 February 2017 17: 20
    +17
    But I did say that the Turks will still show themselves, so this will hiccup for us and come out sideways. Found a pancake, "soyuznichka"!
    1. DMB_95
      DMB_95 19 February 2017 17: 34
      +12
      Quote: Expelling Liberoids
      But I did say that the Turks will still show themselves, so this will hiccup for us and come out sideways. Found a pancake, "soyuznichka"!

      No Turks considered allies. And under the states, Turkey reliably lies after the 2nd World War. Sometimes twitches, but lies.
      1. Wasiliy1985
        Wasiliy1985 19 February 2017 20: 17
        0
        She is supposedly "Crimean" with might and main under the naglosaksami, if that ..
        Almost immediately after Ishmael ..
        1. g1washntwn
          g1washntwn 20 February 2017 09: 01
          +1
          And the whole story exclusively as an instrument of the Anglo-Saxons. First, with a turn to the North, now - to the south, the interests of the "British crown" are being dragged, periodically they are correcting the course with coups as a scourge. And all proud-chested wheels depict independence.
    2. Lynch
      Lynch 19 February 2017 18: 32
      +3
      In addition to: Russia, the Army, Navy and VKS there are no real allies and never did. But while our interests in some aspects coincide with someone, temporary “allies” are obtained, for a day or two (I exaggerate) until the interests diverge or the meaning in using the “ally” disappears. These are the realities of the modern world.
    3. vlad007
      vlad007 19 February 2017 19: 12
      +6
      Quote: Expelling Liberoids
      But I did say that the Turks will still show themselves, so this will hiccup for us and come out sideways. Found a pancake, "soyuznichka"!

      We needed the Turks to coordinate the Turkish Stream gas pipeline! They agreed on it, now a different situation has come. The Turkish stream together with the Nord Stream 2 will allow to refuse the transit of gas to Europe through Ukraine. Turks are not a gift, you are right, but Ukraine is even worse. Of the two evils, the lesser was chosen!
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 19 February 2017 19: 36
        +1
        Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
        But I did say

        yes before you, and Peter 1st said ....
      2. Karabin
        Karabin 19 February 2017 21: 15
        +2
        Quote: vlad007
        The Turkish stream together with Nord Stream 2 will allow to refuse gas transit to Europe through Ukraine.

        Your argument is weak. What will prevent the Turks from blackmailing the Russian Federation with a gas pipeline if necessary, as Kiev did?
  3. Monos
    Monos 19 February 2017 17: 23
    +14
    Turkish occupation forces are inviting US troops to join the occupation. I understand that. The impudence of these Basurmans knows no bounds.
  4. MPK105
    MPK105 19 February 2017 17: 29
    +8
    Quote: Expelling Liberoids
    But I did say that the Turks will still show themselves, so this will hiccup for us and come out sideways. Found a pancake, "soyuznichka"!

    Yeah ... Many after the plane was shot down and the break-up that followed was a question, why? Make friends again, why did they gather? What a cunning plan again? But our tourists were able to get to their favorite resorts again. Tomatoes to eat, all inclusive, Russian and Turk brothers forever laughing
    1. Bath
      Bath 19 February 2017 17: 42
      +1
      and smart and beautiful kuda go
    2. Lynch
      Lynch 19 February 2017 18: 40
      +7
      But our tourists were again able to get to their favorite resorts

      It is not good to say that, of course, but I was sincerely glad that our "compatriots" were the first to run to Turkey without a twinge of conscience, or what else they sat with a coup cowering during the attempt and thought what to do and how to dump it.
      People do not think about anything other than the beaches and their carcass on it. Civil war with the Kurds ?, terrorist attacks? etc. some of us just don't care about security.
  5. Wolka
    Wolka 19 February 2017 17: 31
    +1
    the bucket-headed ones play their game, realizing that the ATS will not tear their ass and will be expelled from Syria ...
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 19 February 2017 21: 18
      0
      Quote: Volka
      ATS do not bother their ass

      So why don’t they kick it?
  6. viktor.
    viktor. 19 February 2017 17: 33
    +1
    Turrrrks have nothing more to say!
  7. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 19 February 2017 17: 34
    +8
    He also called for an end to double standards in the fight against terrorism, when "some terrorists are selected to fight others." - It is right. And by the way, on what basis on the territory of Syria crawls any tourist mud supporting terrorists? And still trying to somehow dispose of it? Wispers in the land, are clowns cheap?
  8. sgazeev
    sgazeev 19 February 2017 17: 41
    +2
    Quote: Monos
    Turkish occupation forces are inviting US troops to join the occupation. I understand that. The impudence of these Basurmans knows no bounds.

    I think tomatoes will not do. I have to think something with flows.
  9. razved
    razved 19 February 2017 17: 44
    +4
    And no one is outraged that the country, which does not have the right to conduct a military operation on the territory of a sovereign state, is carrying out this very operation and another covenant ...
  10. parusnik
    parusnik 19 February 2017 17: 45
    +4
    In other words, the head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Mevlut Chavushoglu, called for a division of Syria ... it's time, they say ...
  11. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 19 February 2017 17: 47
    +3
    And what is Erdogan wrong about? NATO in the person of Turkey has long been conducting operations in Syria (supporting certain forces or directly). Therefore, it is logical that they invite their main ally. All in all, they play a long position in Syria and a very strong NATO position in the region.
    Rather, questions to our propagandists who presented our cooperation with the Turks as an achievement.
  12. domnich
    domnich 19 February 2017 17: 52
    +10
    Quote: sgazeev
    I think tomatoes will not do.


    Judging by the development of the international situation around Syria - tomatoes still have some kind of magical power, some kind of magical ...
  13. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 19 February 2017 17: 52
    +4
    Turks, like all Asians, are two-faced
  14. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 19 February 2017 17: 52
    +7
    What kind of boil? The people, they invite amers "to Racca". Is there an easy walk expected? Our ground troops are NOT there, and thank God. And coffins under a star-striped flag - do we worry? And there is also Iran and Hezbollah, they like OV special forces very much.
    In place of amers, I would not dare to climb into this meat grinder. They fucked up in Mosul.
    A showman can especially not be taken into account. He is somehow not real.
  15. P36M2
    P36M2 19 February 2017 17: 58
    +1
    I think the Syrian Kurds need to start helping
    1. Freeman
      Freeman 19 February 2017 19: 14
      +2
      Quote: P36М2
      I think the Syrian Kurds need to start helping

      Assad will be categorically against it.
      If he is still ready to put up with the squeezing of “barmales” into Idlib province, hoping to drive them out of there after some time, then the formation of Kurdish autonomy means, for him, the beginning of the collapse of Syria. And not the fact that he will retain power in the "Alavite sector".
      Losers "in the east" do not like.
      The Turkish "occupation" of the border territories is a lesser threat to the Assad regime, as in this case, they can be reached through the UN mechanisms. What Syria has experienced "in its own way", having withdrawn its troops from Lebanon in 2005, after more than 30 years of presence (since 1974).
  16. Pacifist
    Pacifist 19 February 2017 18: 21
    +2
    Do they make such suggestions with horseradish? Let’s we propose to deploy a contingent of Chinese troops in Turkey to support Kurdish forces? That will be fun.
    These suggestions are unqualified in principle. In fact, this is an invitation to intervention. Turkey in Syria itself is illegally sitting.
    1. vik669
      vik669 20 February 2017 00: 31
      0
      We look forward to when they offer the Americans in the Crimea to deploy their troops!
  17. Atlant-1164
    Atlant-1164 19 February 2017 18: 24
    +4
    Well, we have this with all the allies ... your mother)
  18. любитель
    любитель 19 February 2017 18: 33
    +2
    Sho. Again ...
    The United States may usher in the end of the mahach. And take away the lion's share of production and fame.
  19. Berkut24
    Berkut24 19 February 2017 18: 39
    +2
    Or can we then invite the Mongols or Gypsies to Turkey? Well, since such a booze has gone and now you can invite to your neighbors ...
    1. tractor driver
      tractor driver 19 February 2017 19: 08
      +3
      Better go straight to Washington!
      For example, Abkhazia will offer to transfer, for example, to China a limited contingent of special forces to support formations of the moderate opposition, for example, in the United States.
  20. friend of animals
    friend of animals 19 February 2017 19: 16
    0
    Another ally.
  21. Vita vko
    Vita vko 19 February 2017 19: 27
    0
    They primitively decided to push the Kurds against their heads with the United States under the guise of fighting terrorism. It’s just not clear who Mosul will then liberate from ISIS.
  22. samarin1969
    samarin1969 19 February 2017 19: 40
    +2
    The line of people who want to beat ISIS is getting longer. And everyone in this queue does not want to "front". .... The treatise "Three Kingdoms" pales before Syria. And while Russia gets humanitarian problems with densely populated enclaves. And the "crusaders" - oil fields ....
  23. Maz
    Maz 19 February 2017 19: 45
    +5
    Refuse such a gift to Washington? Yes, right now they are already shaking from lust. Such a pig to Moscow after a partnership in El Baba! One word - Busurmans.
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 19 February 2017 21: 30
      +1
      Quote: Maz
      Such a pig to Moscow after a partnership in El Baba!

      Moscow has such a pigsty. Different breeds and sizes.
  24. katalonec2014
    katalonec2014 19 February 2017 20: 07
    +1
    How long have these allies prepared for you?
  25. Koshak
    Koshak 19 February 2017 20: 17
    +2
    Q.E.D. They allowed the Turks to get into Syria - they immediately felt there as masters and are already inviting guests.
  26. Evgenijus
    Evgenijus 19 February 2017 20: 50
    0
    From the title:
    Ankara offers Washington to deploy troops in Syria


    What is the limit ... Maybe we can offer Mexico to place their troops in the US?
    Or Argentina - their troops under London. I am not able to digest the headline of this news in my head.
  27. Rabinowicz
    Rabinowicz 19 February 2017 21: 13
    0
    Complex construction, who with whom and against whom. Who supports whom.
    One thing is clear, everything is against Israel.
    1. Incvizitor
      Incvizitor 19 February 2017 21: 16
      +1
      Here, it’s more likely that everyone is against Syria and they are trying to divide it: that the Pindos, that the Turks, that the Saudis, and all these filthy gangs are roaming there without the consent of the legitimate government, and Israel is adding blows.
      Except that Egypt just has not climbed yet.
    2. Alikos
      Alikos 20 February 2017 06: 22
      +1
      Quote: Rabinovich
      Complex construction, who with whom and against whom. Who supports whom.
      One thing is clear, everything is against Israel.

      There is nothing to poke your nose everywhere, in all the cracks!
  28. Incvizitor
    Incvizitor 19 February 2017 21: 14
    0
    We need Turkish Kurds from the Russian Federation to ask for weapons.
  29. Erg
    Erg 19 February 2017 22: 28
    +2
    I get the impression (more precisely, I’m sure of it) that Turkey, Russia, and the States (and many others) dance to the tune of one owner, playing in front of us an action that does not lend itself to rationalization.
  30. Dry_T-50
    Dry_T-50 19 February 2017 22: 45
    0
    Last time Saudis responded by reducing oil production
  31. aszzz888
    aszzz888 20 February 2017 02: 17
    0
    how the Ottomans dispose of their territory ... angry
  32. Fkjydjckfrgh
    Fkjydjckfrgh 20 February 2017 08: 03
    0
    That's purely interesting, but can Moscow offer Beijing to deploy Chinese troops in Turkey?
  33. General Charnotha
    General Charnotha 20 February 2017 15: 57
    0
    something I do not understand Syria is the territory of the United States ??