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In Ankara, they told, in which case the Turkish Armed Forces will engage in combat with the CAA and the US Army in Syria

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The deputy chairman of the Turkish government, Bekir Bozdag, who denies the entry of Syrian government forces into Afrin, states in which case the Turkish armed forces will attack the CAA. According to Bozdag, this can happen if the Syrian troops "begin to dress in the form of militants YPG / PYD." It should be noted that the Turkish authorities call virtually all Kurdish armed forces in northern Syria "militants".


Bozdaga quotes Turkish news agency Anadolu:
If the forces of the regime of Bashar al-Assad enter Afrin, dressed in YPG / PYD uniform, they will become our target. The same will happen with the militias. Whoever tries to fight with Turkey on the side of terrorists, he will become a target of the Turkish armed forces.

In Ankara, they told, in which case the Turkish Armed Forces will engage in combat with the CAA and the US Army in Syria


Then Bozdag made it clear that the Turkish troops would attack the American forces if they would fight in the same ranks with the Kurdish troops. From the statement of the deputy chairman of the Turkish government:
No country, including the United States, should support or defend the PYD / RKK terrorist organizations. Otherwise, they will have to face face to face with Turkey. Turkey is fighting with terrorists in the region, and if someone decides to support them, then we will fight with them.


Against this background, there are reports that the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation, Mikhail Bogdanov, held talks with the representative of the so-called Syrian opposition, Kadri Jamil. In particular, they discussed issues of resolving the Syrian conflict and the results of the Sochi congress on the Syrian national dialogue held in January.
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  1. Alex-a832
    Alex-a832 22 February 2018 13: 42
    +6
    Admittedly, if you follow the context of the statement that the Turks put the SAA in a more privileged position compared to the United States. Like, if the SAA will disguise itself as a Kurdish, then excuse me, they didn’t make it out. But if we see Americans among the Kurds, we will destroy it intentionally.
    1. Skay
      Skay 22 February 2018 13: 44
      +1
      But the United States will not come to this war. They have all kinds of Kurds there.
      1. Alex-a832
        Alex-a832 22 February 2018 13: 47
        +5
        Quote: Skay
        The United States will not come to this war.

        They are already there, but they are not climbing the front line - from this and the statement of Ankara.
        1. Skay
          Skay 22 February 2018 13: 50
          +1
          I meant it. Kurds there, like, under forty million - until they end ... hi
          1. Stas157
            Stas157 22 February 2018 15: 57
            +3
            Whoever tries to fight Turkey on the side of the terrorists, he will be the target of the Turkish armed forces.

            And if it will be Russian aircraft?
      2. Safevi
        Safevi 22 February 2018 13: 59
        +2
        "Turkish authorities call virtually all Kurdish armed groups in northern Syria" militants. "
        Well, shouldn't they? Or can they give them keys to apartments where the money is? - in the words of Ostap Bender
        1. NEOZ
          NEOZ 22 February 2018 15: 48
          +1
          Of course not ... Turks are conducting an intervention on the territory of a neighboring state.
          Maybe they, of course, are also militants .... but the Turks, it turns out, are the invaders ...
      3. Bypassed
        Bypassed 22 February 2018 14: 19
        0
        And why should they come if, at the request of the Kurds, who have squeezed out the sweetest pieces of the pie of all tourists, can be smashed into atoms from the air?
    2. Aleksandr21
      Aleksandr21 22 February 2018 13: 58
      0
      Quote: Alex-a832
      Admittedly, if you follow the context of the statement that the Turks put the SAA in a more privileged position compared to the United States. Like, if the SAA will disguise itself as a Kurdish, then excuse me, they didn’t make it out. But if we see Americans among the Kurds, we will destroy it intentionally.


      From the context it follows that Turkey is ready (so far in words) to strike at any allied Kurdish forces, be it the SAA or the US Army. And about the privileged position, it seemed to you. And it’s far from the fact that Turkey will deliberately strike directly at US troops, it’s one thing to beat the Kurds and another thing to hit its NATO allies. Yes and no US military bases around Afrin where the Olive branch is held, they (the Americans) live in a completely different part of Syria.
      1. Alex-a832
        Alex-a832 22 February 2018 14: 13
        +1
        Quote: Aleksandr21
        Quote: Alex-a832
        Admittedly, if you follow the context of the statement that the Turks put the SAA in a more privileged position compared to the United States. Like, if the SAA will disguise itself as a Kurdish, then excuse me, they didn’t make it out. But if we see Americans among the Kurds, we will destroy it intentionally.


        From the context it follows that Turkey is ready (so far in words) to strike at any allied Kurdish forces, be it the SAA or the US Army. And about the privileged position, it seemed to you. And it’s far from the fact that Turkey will deliberately strike directly at US troops, it’s one thing to beat the Kurds and another thing to hit its NATO allies. Yes and no US military bases around Afrin where the Olive branch is held, they (the Americans) live in a completely different part of Syria.

        I try to read the context literally. SAA was not and will not be allies for the Kurds, only mutually beneficial coexistence is possible. CAA will not intervene for them and the Turks know this. Kurds are a sore subject for the entire region. About the alliance between Turkey and NATO - it remains on paper. After the United States tried to overthrow Erdogan, who was uncomfortable with him and sat on the throne. He is clearly not going to forgive this allied knife in the back for mattresses. And one more thing: only official US forces are tied to the bases - and this is hardly half the mattress contingent represented by PMCs, consultants, etc.
        1. Aleksandr21
          Aleksandr21 22 February 2018 14: 26
          0
          Quote: Alex-a832


          I try to read the context literally. SAA was not and will not be allies for the Kurds, only mutually beneficial coexistence is possible. CAA will not intervene for them and the Turks know this. Kurds are a sore subject for the entire region. About the alliance between Turkey and NATO - it remains on paper. After the United States tried to overthrow Erdogan, who was uncomfortable with him and sat on the throne. He is clearly not going to forgive this allied knife in the back for mattresses. And one more thing: only official US forces are tied to the bases - and this is hardly half the mattress contingent represented by PMCs, consultants, etc.


          Well, not a fact, the Syrian government paved the way for Kurdish militias on its territory in the direction of Afrin, to support the Kurds living and fighting there. Another thing is that the CAA has no strength to confront the Turkish Army openly, since the problem with terrorist groups, even in Damascus, has not been resolved, to say nothing of the rest. And Turkey supports the SSA, and they are opponents of the SAA, and by the way are fighting in the Afrin region, along with the Turkish military against the Kurds. So the alliance between the Kurds of Afrin and the SAA may well be against the SSA and the Turkish Armed Forces. And the United States has a completely different control zone in Syria, and Turkey does not particularly go into that area, but conducts a military operation. The olive branch in northern Syria.
          1. Alex-a832
            Alex-a832 22 February 2018 14: 37
            +1
            There are indications that Erdogan and Assad have agreed on Kurds with the participation of Russia. The United States is trying to prevent the achievement of the goal of this deal. Kurds are assigned in this performance the role of a herd of sheep.
            1. Aleksandr21
              Aleksandr21 22 February 2018 14: 46
              0
              Quote: Alex-a832
              There are indications that Erdogan and Assad have agreed on Kurds with the participation of Russia. The United States is trying to prevent the achievement of the goal of this deal. Kurds are assigned in this performance the role of a herd of sheep.


              Yes, they didn’t agree on anything, now if the Kurds in Afghanistan are rolled out, do you think Turkey will return the territory of Syria? They either grab this territory for themselves, or give it to the tribes whom they will control, similar to the Syrian Turkmens, is there also an SSA that is fighting on the side of Turkey, where to put it? And they are ardent opponents of the SAA, and there will certainly not be any peace between them, and the opening of the road to Kurdish militias in the direction of Afrin by the Syrian Government says a lot.
    3. siberalt
      siberalt 22 February 2018 14: 30
      0
      Previously, there were tales of the whole “1001 Nights,” but now it’s solid Erdogan. belay
    4. Nikolai Grek
      Nikolai Grek 22 February 2018 17: 53
      0
      Quote: Alex-a832
      Admittedly, if you follow the context of the statement that the Turks put the SAA in a more privileged position compared to the United States. Like, if the SAA will disguise itself as a Kurdish, then excuse me, they didn’t make it out. But if we see Americans among the Kurds, we will destroy it intentionally.

      I must admit that the Turks were so-so fighters !!! request request no matter how crushed them all are !!! wassat wassat wassat
      1. tekinoral
        tekinoral 22 February 2018 18: 15
        0
        Quote: Nikolai the Greek
        I must admit that the Turks were so-so fighters !!!

        Well yes, Well yes. Therefore, PYD invites Assad to protect them! wink
        1. Nikolai Grek
          Nikolai Grek 22 February 2018 18: 26
          0
          Quote: tekinoral
          Quote: Nikolai the Greek
          I must admit that the Turks were so-so fighters !!!

          Well yes, Well yes. Therefore, PYD invites Assad to protect them! wink

          whoever invited anyone there, the Turks once again showed that they are worthless fighters !!! request wink yes
          1. tekinoral
            tekinoral 22 February 2018 19: 04
            0
            [quote = Nikolai the Greek] Turks once again showed that they are shitty fighters !!! [/ q
            Better than the Greeks, that's for sure wink
            1. Nikolai Grek
              Nikolai Grek 22 February 2018 23: 17
              0
              [quote = tekinoral] [quote = Nikolai the Greek] Turks have once again shown that they are lousy warriors !!! [/ q
              Better than the Greeks, that's for sure wink[/ Quote]
              recourse recourse I’m not protecting the Greeks ... despite the fact that I am Greek by nationality, at the moment I have a negative attitude towards Greece in view of its anti-Russian policy !! wink yes wassat wassat wassat at the same time, in its entire history, Greece has much more merit than Turkey ... Turkey has somehow become famous for crimes of a universal scale !!! negative negative and about you ... it is strange that you are trying to reproach me through nationality, while under the flag of Russia you are washing out worthless Turkaras !!! fool fool fool laughing laughing laughing
              1. protoss
                protoss 23 February 2018 02: 48
                0
                while under the flag of Russia otmazyvayut worthless Turkaras

                ha ha i.e. Does your opponent’s name, Tekin scream, tell you nothing?
                did you want to reproach the Turks with "universal" crimes? Well, take an interest in who the Turks are proud of (including the Ottoman) - there are Attila and Tamerlan, Mahmud Ghaznevi and Babur, etc.
                and it’s difficult to compare Greek merit and Turkish merit. for thousands of years, Greeks from several tribes merged into one small nation on a small territory, yes there were philosophers and architects, but for a very long time, in less time, the Turks managed to divide into many peoples and tribes, created dozens of states throughout Eurasia. very different paths between the two ethnic groups to compare.
  2. Skay
    Skay 22 February 2018 13: 42
    +1
    Oh, the Turks are against everyone! We will see.
  3. citlstar
    citlstar 22 February 2018 13: 47
    +2
    An interesting picture looms. But what about the NATO partnership?
  4. Herculesic
    Herculesic 22 February 2018 13: 49
    +1
    Did he eat soap, or was he alone? fool The Turks have taken rams seriously, the Syrians at home! fool I would have expelled this Turkish army by force of arms from the country! Insolent, nowhere else, as if the Syrian army entered the territory of Turkey! fool D. B! !!! fool
  5. askort154
    askort154 22 February 2018 13: 50
    +3
    What, what, and the Turks know how to threaten menacingly. And at all levels. not bothering yourself with diplomatic verbiage. E-n behaves the same way. And it quickly reaches the addressee.
    It is time for us to adopt this experience.
    1. Nikolai Grek
      Nikolai Grek 22 February 2018 17: 55
      0
      Quote: askort154
      What, what, and the Turks know how to threaten menacingly

      it’s not necessary to declare, but really act .. but in real actions the Turks did not show themselves very well !!! already dozens of losses without any result !!! request request request
      1. tekinoral
        tekinoral 22 February 2018 18: 18
        0
        Quote: Nikolai the Greek
        already dozens of losses without any result !!!

        Do not tell people, there would be no result, PYD would hardly have agreed to take Afrin CAA! winked
        1. Nikolai Grek
          Nikolai Grek 22 February 2018 23: 20
          0
          Quote: tekinoral
          Quote: Nikolai the Greek
          already dozens of losses without any result !!!

          Do not tell people, there would be no result, PYD would hardly have agreed to take Afrin CAA! winked

          you do not tell ... what results did the Turks achieve ??? fool fool fool Russia with dozens of losses liberated the vast space of Syria from terrorists and all kinds of trash, and the Turks, with losses and a full-scale operation on the ground, can really do nothing !!! fool fool fool
  6. anjey
    anjey 22 February 2018 14: 02
    +1
    “If the forces of the Bashar al-Assad regime enter Afrin, disguised as YPG / PYD uniforms, they will become our target. The same thing will happen to the militias. Whoever tries to fight Turkey on the side of the terrorists, he will be the target of the Turkish armed forces.
    what kind of nonsense of the Turkish side is expressed with dressing up uniforms, are there really not enough arrangements at a high level and just a demonstration of the flag, the rest is demagogy and cunning ...
  7. Archivist Vasya
    Archivist Vasya 22 February 2018 14: 05
    0
    How do things stir up in Syria ..., is there everything like "Everyone is for himself and against everyone" ???
  8. MoJloT
    MoJloT 22 February 2018 14: 07
    +2
    Those. if the Kurds put on a CAA uniform then the Turks will stop shooting ???
    1. PalBor
      PalBor 22 February 2018 15: 04
      +2
      Yes. This is what the Syrians and Russians tried to convey to the stubborn Kurdish heads. Recognize Assad’s power, get the status of local police (militia) and let Mukhabarat go, your children will sleep peacefully.
  9. Dormidont
    Dormidont 22 February 2018 14: 24
    0
    I'd rather have