Ankara threatens Damascus with military action because of the situation in Idlib

Ankara threatens Damascus with military action because of the situation in Idlib

Turkey will not tolerate "belligerent actions" by Syrian government forces in the province of Idlib and intends to use "its right to self-defense" if the SAA continues. This statement was made by the Permanent Representative of Turkey to the UN Feridun Sinirlioglu at a meeting of the Security Council.


All cases of the deployment of the Turkish military, including the latter, were coordinated with the Russian authorities. However, the Syrian military on February 3 opened fire on Turkish positions. As a result, we were forced to deploy additional units to protect our observation posts and to prevent the escalation of hostilities in Idlib. Today, some of our watchpoints are still surrounded by regime fighters.

- he said.

According to Sinirlioglu, Ankara will not tolerate belligerent actions. The Turkish Permanent Representative threatened official Damascus with “retaliatory actions if the Syrian army“ displays aggression. ”He noted that Ankara is“ for a peaceful resolution to the conflict. ”

But Turkey will not tolerate warlike actions. Any military aggression, the purpose of which will be the security interests of Turkey and Turkish soldiers, will be severely suppressed. We never hesitated to exercise our right to self-defense. I do not draw a red line here - this is a warning

- he said.

The Turkish diplomat emphasized that the Syrian government forces should retreat from their positions in the province of Idlib and leave the province "before the end of the month."

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened the Syrian army with a military response.

If the Syrian government forces until the end of February will not depart from the observation posts of Turkey in Idlib. Ankara reserves the right to retaliate

- he said.
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  1. vkl.47 7 February 2020 08: 56 New
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    The occupier speaks of self-defense ... funny.
    1. Hunter 2 7 February 2020 09: 10 New
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      Quote: vkl.47
      The occupier speaks of self-defense ... funny.

      Erdogan in general, in my opinion, has piqued on the ideas of the Neo-Ottoman Empire! Ready to fight in Libya and Syria! In fact, on two fronts, having a “fifth column” in the face of the Kurds in the rear ...
      1. Karen 7 February 2020 09: 20 New
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        Good afternoon!

        Quote: Hunter 2
        In fact, on two fronts, having in the rear

        ... having a reliable Kremlin kibbutz in the rear ... And yes, you Russians have long been zombified from the box with the prediction "... until Syria has fallen ..."
        1. tihonmarine 7 February 2020 09: 49 New
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          Quote: Karen
          And yes, you Russians have long been zombified from the box with a prediction. "

          It’s impossible to zombie us, Russia has gone through so much that we have immunity to it. And we ourselves who you want to zombie. Hack Karen on your nose.
          1. Commandant 7 February 2020 17: 19 New
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            Quote: tihonmarine
            Quote: Karen
            And yes, you Russians have long been zombified from the box with a prediction. "

            It’s impossible to zombie us, Russia has gone through so much that we have immunity to it. And we ourselves who you want to zombie. Hack Karen on your nose.

            Excellent written by Vlad .. good So they need to click on the nose and tongue! We were vaccinated in the 90s with good and there is something to compare with and with whom
            Friends admit that they are in trouble and history explained it to us like no one else in the world ..
            But Erdogan is cowardly in essence .. He is afraid of Russia more than the USA .. And Putin is right that keeps silent about all these attacks of “partners” around Russia .. We are focusing and we have only two allies! It was and will be ..
        2. Sidor Amenpodestovich 7 February 2020 10: 07 New
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          Are you a woman or a man? And then the pseudonym is not clear.
        3. Evil543 7 February 2020 10: 13 New
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          Whose Karabakh? What about Ararat? I forgot about the Armenian Genocide.
          1. Karen 7 February 2020 10: 32 New
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            Quote: Evil543
            What about Ararat? About the Armenian Genocide

            Exactly Ararat gave the Turks a century ago the Kremlin kibbutz !!!
            Quote: Evil543
            Whose Karabakh?

            Pavel Grachev fit in for us then ... Before him, Russian troops were against us ...
            1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 16: 09 New
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              Oh
              And the Kremlin kibbutz gave Israel the Golan Heights laughing
              Do you want Ararat - win back
              1. Evil543 7 February 2020 16: 53 New
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                Zdarov, Pravdorub, from the Black Sea drinks
                1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 16: 55 New
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                  Hi drinks
                  I have 200 kilometers to the Black Sea - Arkhipo-Osipovka))
                  1. Evil543 7 February 2020 17: 20 New
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                    Yeah 200km ... maybe 200 meters? what
                    1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 18: 07 New
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                      No - more precisely - 180
                      1. Evil543 7 February 2020 18: 48 New
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                        After a trip to the desert with Moses, the Jews loved the sea very much tongue
                      2. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 18: 52 New
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                        Yeah - after all, where in Egypt was that little thing coming from? lol
                      3. Evil543 7 February 2020 19: 00 New
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                        Not the pharaohs that they gave you a vacation in the Red Sea resort?
                      4. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 19: 50 New
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                        Not - tilki in the Nile to wet feet - trochi
                      5. Evil543 7 February 2020 20: 32 New
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                        I recalled the hunt for crocodiles, legs in the Nile, bait laughing
                      6. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 20: 42 New
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                        That's how the pharaohs caught crocodiles - for a Jew laughing
                      7. Evil543 7 February 2020 20: 57 New
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                        So, what am I talking about wassat
                      8. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 21: 00 New
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                        Therefore, they fled from Egypt - they gave the country Gamal Abdel Nasser - a semi-fascist - a third of the Social Revolutionary.
  • Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 15: 16 New
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    Karabakh, Azerbaijan !!! Agra (Ararat), Turkey !!! "genocide", show a court decision, if not difficult. Voting of deputies in different parliaments is a political step, but not a court decision.
    1. Evil543 7 February 2020 16: 52 New
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      The question is not addressed, ask Karen. I stopped drinking Armenian cognac, not that one, but I respected before
      1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 16: 56 New
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        Noah is like Nitsche - I only drink wine after a heart attack - and that is rare))
        At least there are Armenian cognacs worth the Hennessy Paradise - in terms of quality - I don’t know
        1. Evil543 7 February 2020 17: 17 New
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          I am now either my own moonshine, or imported.
          1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 18: 09 New
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            Which one do you prefer?
            1. Evil543 7 February 2020 18: 29 New
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              Macalanchik recourse , no hangover, no fume
              1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 18: 44 New
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                How old is the summer?
              2. Evil543 7 February 2020 18: 46 New
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                12, the cheapest laughing
              3. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 18: 51 New
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                It’s been drinking for a long time - 18-year-old Glenmorange is good from whiskey - it costs a little more than 12 Makkalych, but soft and tasty)).
              4. Evil543 7 February 2020 18: 57 New
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                He stopped on it, his wife did not mutter for a fume, and only home-made wine from Krymsk fellow
              5. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 19: 51 New
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                Well, yes - they’re doing a crap on the edge of Nitsche
  • Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 17: 25 New
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    "Stopped drinking, the wrong one," French company Pernod Ricard, the owner of Yerevan Brandy Factory, won a lawsuit with the Armenian-Cypriot company Great Valley. The Armpatent Appeals Board recognized Pernod Ricard as the sole owner of the Ararat trademark and decided to cancel the registration of the Great Ararat trademark, under which Great Valley produced its own cognac.
    All good Armenian cognacs have French roots. The Armenians themselves let in falsehood.
    1. Francois 7 February 2020 20: 10 New
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      look learn the story!
      1. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 20: 33 New
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        A brush drawn, or a printer printed card? There are many other fantasy cards on the internet. They are lush, colorful. And this is called history. lol And, with all this here, did you want to prove the age of cognac? smile
      2. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 20: 46 New
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        What do you propose, everyone should study the drawn maps, learn textbooks written at the discretion of political preferences, and change the cards forcibly, under the slogan of restoring "historical justice"? Do you offer the world war, because everyone has "historical" maps. What’s your map ? This cannot justify the violence of Armenians against the population of Azerbaijan in Karabakh. Therefore, nothing will grow together for you, since whoever sows the wind of "historical justice" will definitely get an answer-storm.
  • tihonmarine 7 February 2020 17: 31 New
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    Quote: Evil543
    I stopped drinking Armenian cognac, not that one, but I respected before

    And what was the vodka, especially Moskovskaya for 2 rubles. 87 kopecks !
  • Francois 7 February 2020 20: 09 New
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    look
  • Altai72 7 February 2020 15: 57 New
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    How's whose? Kara-black, bach garden, in Azerbaijan by the way. But there is no Ararat at all; this mountain is called Agra.
    1. Karen 7 February 2020 16: 11 New
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      Altai, this territory had a name before the Altai appeared in these parts ...
      1. Altai72 7 February 2020 16: 18 New
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        Which Altaians? Altai people live in Altai! You weren’t in the South Caucasus at all. Thank Griboedov! You appeared there 200 years ago. And stop vaping people that Azerbaijanis are nomads and Altai. They are the only auto-tones there. There is no hunting to argue with you.
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        2. Yuri 8 February 2020 01: 53 New
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          Of course, auto-tones are still what! Not without reason, the director of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of Az-Nah recently just said so - Tbilisi, they say, the ancient Azerbaijani city.
          And the other day, in some kind of information dump, where comments like yours are also allowed, I read that the Scythians were Türks (!!!!) And this, not a little, is not enough, it’s already a claim to autochthonism in most of Eurasia, and for example French direct loss. After all, if you competently play along the Scythian-Sarmatian-Alana line, then here you’ll bring central France, like the original Turkic land, like Ararat (excuse me, Agra), the whole South Caucasus, the northern Black Sea coast, Crimea. Why trifles?
    2. Francois 7 February 2020 20: 14 New
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      Personally, Altai, you can see the story you did not read any, so at least look at the map
    3. Francois 7 February 2020 20: 16 New
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      Look at the Altai map story! And where is Turkey, where is Azerbaijan? what ancient maps show?
      1. Altai72 8 February 2020 00: 01 New
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        Ara wah. Is this map printed in Masis?
      2. Altai72 8 February 2020 00: 11 New
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        Hold on, cartographer.
        1. Yuri 8 February 2020 18: 05 New
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          You are only ALL here for idiots, please do not keep! Also news to me, Muslim khanates in Transcaucasia at the beginning of the 19th century as part of the Persian state.
          For those who don’t give a damn, I will explain that the Armenian population was naturally at a minimum then, especially after their mass resettlement by Shah Abbas in the central regions of Persia (for strategic reasons), where their descendants live to this day in esteem and relative harmony. And yet it’s not a secret for any literate person that the Caucasian Tatars would enthusiastically take advantage of the opened prospects to migrate to deserted lands.
          One stubborn patron is very fond of this topic, and in part he is right - with the accession to Russia, the Armenians had the opportunity to return to their homeland, and yes, Griboedov made considerable efforts to do this. This sometimes happens in history when a nation, after several centuries of terrible catastrophe, begins to rise from the ashes. In the Armenian case, as in several others, primarily thanks to Russia.
          And the legacy of these khanates, which are neither a secret nor a revelation, albeit modest, in the form of mosques, is carefully preserved today in Yerevan and Shushi to the great satisfaction of both Iranians living there and visiting
  • Yuri 8 February 2020 02: 29 New
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    I kind of understand your irritation with that strange commentary on zombies (as inappropriate and off topic as the majority here), but since you mentioned Karabakh, it belongs to the very people who kicked out the Turkish evil spirits from their land and built on it is a modern, safe, fair democratic state. And although they do not flounder in fuel oil, they provide economic growth of 9-10% year after year, and in terms of GDP per capita they are already ahead of everyone in Transcaucasia, including the genius khaganate in the neighborhood. All this in conditions of almost complete isolation. And if you know who will come to them again with weapons, 40 thousand Asker destroyed, as in the 90s, will not get off
  • Nyrobsky 7 February 2020 14: 34 New
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    Quote: Karen
    ... having a reliable Kremlin kibbutz in the rear ... And yes, you Russians have long been zombified from the box with the prediction "... until Syria has fallen ..."

    There was no such prediction. It was - "Until Persia falls" ... Apparently, Iran is not going to fall yet.
    1. Karen 8 February 2020 10: 21 New
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      Nyrobsky, I remembered it from Syria ... Therefore, every time your supreme announced a complete victory over the igil and the withdrawal of your troops from Syria - it occurred to me that here it is, a prediction is being made ...
      1. Nyrobsky 8 February 2020 12: 38 New
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        Quote: Karen
        Nyrobsky, I remembered it from Syria ... Therefore, every time your supreme announced a complete victory over the igil and the withdrawal of your troops from Syria - it occurred to me that here it is, a prediction is being made ...

        Not only announced the "supreme", Trump also noted a couple of times. Well, in fact, the victory over ISIS, not the fall of Syria, but therefore, even in this interpretation, the event does not match your version of the prediction hi
        1. Karen 8 February 2020 12: 54 New
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          Did I put it that way? The departure of the RF Armed Forces means the victory of the igil ... That is, the fall of Syria ...
  • Krasnodar 7 February 2020 16: 04 New
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    Karen, good day!
    Well, you do not like the Turks - so go ahead and with the song - fight with them. Forever someone is bothering you - the French, the Kremlin Kibbutz, Chabad Lubavitch ... it's ridiculous ... someone is obliged to lobby for Armenian interests, despite the fact that Russian Armenians in Turkish resorts are a dime a dozen ..
    1. Karen 7 February 2020 16: 07 New
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      Shalom, Albert!
      He spoke more than once ... when the Kremlin becomes Russian, then the world order will come.
      1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 16: 11 New
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        Does the Kremlin make Armenians fear the Turks and go to their resorts? laughing
        1. Karen 7 February 2020 16: 18 New
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          I have already quoted Wikilix in a telephone conversation between the Turkish General Staff and the American Embassy ... We have the words of a Turk that they will solve the problem with Moscow ... This, however, was in the 92nd ...
          1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 16: 23 New
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            Yes, Moscow, and to your problems? )))
            Golan Heights, Sinai, West Bank were taken without coordination with Washington, especially with Moscow laughing You are ... earn grandmothers in the States, lobby, buy weapons, prepare the army - and you will be happy fellow And to solve their problems with Russian hands - so who will give you? )))
    2. Nyrobsky 7 February 2020 23: 19 New
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      Quote: Krasnodar
      Well, you do not like the Turks - so go ahead and with the song - fight with them.

      Turks like the turmoil. Ararat and the genocide of the Armenian people are secondary to him. He likes everything, who is against Russia. Therefore, in any topics - about Ukraine, Turkey, the USA, Israel, Syria, Iran, Venezuela, Sargsyan and Pashinyan, he always blows against Russia. Convinced oppositionist, funded by the Soros Foundation. It must be admitted that with the Russian language and presentation everything is not bad at all with him.
      1. Karen 8 February 2020 10: 14 New
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        Nyrobsky, the forum member Razmik mentioned by you, most likely an Armenian Jew ...
  • novel66 7 February 2020 10: 41 New
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    got bogged down by chance, we need to move the Kurds, so that was something to do! ours to you! hi
    1. Hunter 2 7 February 2020 10: 54 New
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      Roma hi the Kurdish question is rather complicated ... in the sense of who can move them, at the moment the United States has much more means of influence on them than Russia.
      1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 15: 47 New
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        Quote: Hunter 2
        Roma hi the Kurdish question is rather complicated ... in the sense of who can move them, at the moment the United States has much more means of influence on them than Russia.

        Kurds are now in a situation where anyone who promotes their interests will have more influence
        1. Hunter 2 7 February 2020 15: 55 New
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          Quote: Krasnodar

          Kurds are now in a situation where anyone who promotes their interests will have more influence

          And ...? Do you offer them to drop sweets from airplanes? How are small children? Assad with the support of Russia - offered them wide autonomy ...
          With such a speed of decision-making and wobbles, the fifth point, the Kurds can remain with nothing, as in the tale of the Golden Fish!
          1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 15: 59 New
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            Without a conflict with Turkey, this is impossible, I agree. Assad can’t offer anyone anything now - he is supported by Russians and Persians.
        2. Francois 7 February 2020 20: 21 New
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          You can immediately see the sofa warrior and professor you Krasnodar! I’ve seen people like you with a broomstick’s tongue, you can only revenge, but like shelling like mice you’re hiding and you don’t stick your head out. There are a lot of Krasnodar people like you.
          1. Krasnodar 7 February 2020 20: 43 New
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            Well done. When Borodino, I guess I saw. Or in a tank breakthrough on Kulikovo Field lol
  • 1959ain 7 February 2020 11: 47 New
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    Quote: Hunter 2
    Erdogan in general, in my opinion, has piqued on the ideas of the Neo-Ottoman Empire! Ready to fight in Libya and Syria! In fact, on two fronts, having a “fifth column” in the face of the Kurds in the rear ...

    Turkey follows the path of Europe: refuses Russian gas. In 2019, Gazprom’s supply to the Turkish market fell simply catastrophically - by 8 billion cubic meters, to 14,4-14,8 billion cubic meters. This conclusion follows from the data of the Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Council (EPDK).
  • bessmertniy 7 February 2020 09: 14 New
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    Turkey is completely overwhelmed with its imperial ways. negative
    1. letinant 7 February 2020 09: 29 New
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      I think this is not about imperial ways. He analyzed what ISIS wanted to do (banned in the Russian Federation), two pipes from Qatar through Syria to Turkey and beyond. They are friends with Qatar and the Turkish base is there. Even now he is tying Syrian oil and is skidding through these territories, which is why he needs these roads. Because there are Turkish roadblocks like fleas on a dog. And clung to this earth with his hands and feet. And Turkoman and Kurds, this is a side bonus. I think so.
      1. protoss 7 February 2020 10: 06 New
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        Enough with this Qatari pipe. even al-Assad has already let slip that such a project has never existed.
        1. letinant 7 February 2020 11: 20 New
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          Quote: protoss
          Enough with this Qatari pipe. even al-Assad has already let slip that such a project has never existed.
          Assad did not have this project. Or did he set up a war game on his territory, which in an amazing way coincided with the desire of Qatar to hold a pipe there? Well, really, well, take a look at the topic before writing.
      2. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 12: 45 New
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        Looking at the art of Idlib, didn’t you get the idea that 4 million of the provincial population should get away from the bombing? Assad’s troops are pushing them from below to the north. People are fleeing, but for some reason not to the side of Assad, but to the northwest, to the borders of Turkey. What should the Turks do in this case, keep these refugees within Syria, or let them in 3 4 million people, in addition to the already 4 million Syrians in Turkey? In order to keep it, you need at least some kind of space, water, food, and who will do it? Etc. If they let me go, we can safely say that Syria came to Turkey. Do you understand the difficulty? What, Turkey signed the paper with the obligations that will contain free of charge half of the Syrian population for many years?
        Some say about imperial manners, others about pipes, but no one notices this fact, the above.
        1. letinant 7 February 2020 13: 48 New
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          “Looking at the art of Idlib province, you didn’t get the idea that the 4 million people in the province should get away from the bombing? Assad’s troops are pushing them to the north. People are fleeing, but for some reason not to the side of Assad, but to the northwest, the borders of Turkey. What should the Turks do in this case, keep these refugees within Syria, or let them in 3-4 million people, in addition to the already 4 million Syrians in Turkey? To keep, you need at least some space , water, food, and who will do it? etc. If they let me go, then we can safely say that Syria came to Turkey. Do you understand the difficulty? What, Turkey signed papers with responsibilities that will contain half of the Syrian population free of charge for many years?
          Some say about imperial manners, others about pipes, but no one notices this fact, the above. "


          Since when, for free ?! The EU annually lists at least 1 mln. Euro for their content, look at the EU budget. And by the way, from Libya it’s easier to escape to Europe, the main stream goes there. And by your logic, it’s easier to keep the refugees scattered by roadblocks in Syria than to strengthen the border with the same forces. You yourself are not funny?
          1. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 14: 08 New
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            No, not funny. "And by the way, it’s easier to flee to Libya from Europe." And what about Libya? Have you looked at the map?
            “The EU annually transfers at least 1 mln. Euro for their maintenance”))) You’re laughing. From 2011 to 2019 (now 2020) Turkey spent $ 40 billion to Syrian refugees. From 2011 to this day, it allocated the same refugees 6 billion euros. You probably see the difference. At this moment, Turkey keeps, feeds, treats, teaches, gave at least some kind of roof to 3.7 million Syrians. Near its border on the Syrian side holds about 1 million Syrians, providing them with food every day , water, honey, services and more. And every day this number is increasing, as people from bombs run right here. Add to all this also the birth rate of these Syrians. For example: in Turkey, refugees from Syria gave birth to 140 thousand children in 2019 alone. All of them need to be served, provided with medical services. The Turkish state pays for all this.
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            1 billion per year for 5 million?))) Is that 200 euros for 12 months, that is 16 euros per month? Would you survive on 1100 rubles a month?
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          Quote: Oquzyurd
          People are fleeing, but for some reason not to the side of Assad, but to the northwest, to the borders of Turkey.

          I remind you that from all the closed "de-escalation zones" the barmaleis were brought. Of course, these "people" do not run towards Assad laughing
          1. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 17: 19 New
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            We are not talking about barmaley in the amount of 30-40 thousand. It is about the citizens of Syria, children, women, old people, etc. in the amount of 3-4 million people. Have you thought about this?
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              Quote: Oquzyurd
              We are not talking about barmaley in the amount of 30-40 thousand.

              and their families. or are they not talking about?
              Quote: Oquzyurd
              . It is about the citizens of Syria, children, women, the elderly, etc. in the amount of 3-4 million people. Have you thought about this?

              I thought. At first I thought about 3-4 million before the war. now much less. then I thought that most of this civilian population had long escaped from there, and many specifically to Assad, despite the fact that some people want to convince otherwise.
              tell me why you didn’t think about it?
              and at the same time, I still thought that there might still be civilians not related to terrorists, but this cannot be the basis for maintaining the terrorist enclave from which the densely populated Aleppo region is regularly bombarded in which the real 3-4 million, and not fictitious, and where they really die women and children under terrorist attacks, and not from chemical attacks on the white helmets video.
            2. rudolff 7 February 2020 17: 37 New
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              Before the war, 1,5 million people lived in the entire province of Idlib. Before the war! Now no more than half of this number. Where did you draw such figures, 3-4 million people? Or are you like in a famous movie: two movie cameras, two leather jackets ..?
              1. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 17: 48 New
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                No, these numbers are not random. A lot of people gathered there from other provinces when there were military operations in those provinces. Moreover, more than 1 mil. Of them are already adjacent to the Turkish border. There is nowhere to run if they are not allowed Turks to themselves. But the largest accumulation in the city of Idlib itself (about 2 million), if they still flood, then the catastrophe is ensured. The Turks are no longer able to contain such a quantity. Hence the threats to the Europeans, if anything, the Turks will carry them to to the EU’s borders, let them deal with these refugees. And then the Belarusians sit, they command. Or they must finance to leave them in the area along the border of Siri and Turkey until everything settles down.
                1. rudolff 7 February 2020 17: 59 New
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                  What a strange arithmetic you have. Idlib is a small town with a population of 170 thousand before the war. How did you count 2 million there ?! Yes, I won’t be surprised if he’s half empty now!
                  1. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 18: 23 New
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                    The population of Syria before the war was 22 million people. Almost half of them left their places of permanent residence. Some went abroad, and some were more peaceful places, for their reasons. It all started with the civil war, and if the population is in opposition to Assad (mainly Sunites. Here, the factor of belonging — Sunni or Alawite — plays an important role) then they went into the control zones of the Syrian opposition. (Then they brought barmalei from other provinces on buses. They probably all remember) Thus, they, the population, accumulated in Idlib province. Yes, maybe they do not like Assad, but they are citizens of this country.
                    1. letinant 7 February 2020 22: 15 New
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                      The population of Syria before the war was 22 million people. Almost half of them left their places of permanent residence. Some went abroad, and some were more peaceful places, for their reasons. It all started with the civil war, and if the population is in opposition to Assad (mainly Sunites. Here, the factor of belonging — Sunni or Alawite — plays an important role) then they went into the control zones of the Syrian opposition. (Then they brought barmalei from other provinces on buses. They probably all remember) Thus, they, the population, accumulated in Idlib province. Yes, maybe they do not like Assad, but they are citizens of this country.

                      Are they all citizens of THIS COUNTRY? A decent amount, visitors. And now you still answer me, why did the state of Turkey occupy part of the territory of the state of Syria under the pretext of protecting extremists who wanted to shift power by armed method and kill the legally elected leader of the state of Syria? And it continues to supply these extremists with weapons and the training militant camps are growing by leaps and bounds. And by the way, there was information that the Turkish authorities were forcibly recruited into gangs under the pretext of preserving the lives of relatives in Turkey or the province of Idlib.
                    2. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 23: 25 New
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                      Turkey recognizes the territorial integrity of Syria, including those areas in which Turkish troops are located. As they say, "your salt is dry," and they have 911 km of border with Syria. They are forced to protect their country. Your other points, speculation.
    2. Nyrobsky 7 February 2020 14: 41 New
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      And Turkoman and Kurds, this is a side bonus. I think so.

      Not true. Erdogan needs Turkomans in order to beat the Kurds, so that both of them are the subject of his close attention.
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        I’m talking about this, although Erdogan has excellent relations with the Kurds of Iraq.
  • dSK
    dSK 7 February 2020 09: 39 New
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    States will support Turkey in Idlib, and the rest of NATO allies.
    "The raven will not peck out the crow." It will be difficult for Assad.
    1. Gray brother 7 February 2020 11: 12 New
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      States will support Turkey in Idlib, and the rest of NATO allies.
      "The raven will not peck out the crow." It will be difficult for Assad.

      Iran needs to be asked for full-scale military assistance.
  • Prahlad 7 February 2020 14: 26 New
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    By the way, Russia also has imperial ways, Ukraine, Georgia, etc. So we are somewhat similar to Turkey
    1. Gray brother 7 February 2020 14: 43 New
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      By the way, Russia also has imperial ways, Ukraine, Georgia, etc.

      Georgia went to fight South Ossetia, while attacking the Russian peacekeepers, which is tantamount to a declaration of war. Ukraine turned its weapons against its own people, although it was enough to recognize Russian as the second state language and not force those who did not want to believe in a Bandera hero, and not arrange a civil war and not sculpt "broad Ukrainians" from the Russian population.
      This is where the actions of Russia are?
      1. Prahlad 7 February 2020 14: 48 New
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        I am sure Turkey also has the same reservations. All the same, this does not cancel imperial ways in both countries. This is not good and not bad, they just have it.
        1. Gray brother 7 February 2020 14: 54 New
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          I am sure Turkey also has reservations

          Of course have. But Ukraine and Georgia are incorrect examples because the actions of Russia were retaliatory and they simply got everything back.
          Here, more likely, the former Soviet republics showed their "imperial ways", but did not grow together.
  • paul3390 7 February 2020 09: 39 New
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    America picked up ...
  • Karaul73 7 February 2020 11: 11 New
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    They need to protect the Turkish people and abroad. However, like others.
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      They need to protect the Turkish people and abroad.

      great idea! if it is accepted at the international level as the norm, then Russia can calmly close the Ukrainian project with its regular army. wink
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        Give it a try. Take popcorn and look.
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          Give it a try. Take popcorn and look.

          and what to try? will be the international norm, we will do wink Russia is a cap country and acts like a cap country, that is, like the USA yes
          and from a technical point of view to disperse the APU which is already 5 years from accountants and teachers raking, no problem. wink
          1. Karaul73 7 February 2020 17: 56 New
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            To sit in the trenches, these are not emoticons on the keyboard. What will be the loss? And why is it needed at all?
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              What will be the loss?

              who? APU significant if they do not have time to scatter. laughing in 2008 it was already not bad, but not perfect. Now there is more experience and the ability to hit targets in the depths of defense is also much greater.
              if you don’t understand this then continue to dream about how Ukrainian tanks will come to the Red Square in .. in 2019 they didn’t. what do your experts say there? when now? laughing
  • Mathafaka 7 February 2020 11: 42 New
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    Everything is more complicated than it seems, Syria - part of the Ottoman Port since 1510, Syria - an artificial formation created by England and France.
    For Turkey; Syria, it's like the Donbass for Russia
    1. vex
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      For the Syrians, the Turks that then, in the Middle Ages, that today, were and remain occupiers and enslavers. As for the Greeks, Armenians, Bulgarians, Serbs, etc. And sooner or later they will be driven from there by a filthy broom.
  • Invoce 7 February 2020 08: 59 New
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    The Turks climbed quietly into Syria, supposedly to conduct police operations against ISIS, and now they are hinting that they will not tolerate
    “But Turkey will not tolerate warlike actions. Any military aggression, the purpose of which will be the security interests of Turkey and Turkish soldiers, will be severely suppressed. We never hesitated to exercise our right to self-defense. I do not draw a red line here - this is a warning

    fuck
    1. ltc35 7 February 2020 10: 35 New
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      Where are they - there is Turkey. They have long decided to spoil a piece of Syria under the guise.
    2. vex
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      Not a silent glanders. Those who followed the events from the very beginning know that the Turks were the first to shout about the regime and so on, the first to send help across the border. In general, if it were not for the position of the Turks, who promised the land south, there would be no attack on Syria.
  • Red
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    I think everything up there has already been decided. Just the sultan grumbles so as not to lose face
    1. Nastia makarova 7 February 2020 10: 23 New
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      exactly and I constantly write about it
  • Yrec 7 February 2020 09: 02 New
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    Gee-gee, Turks, damn it, just like the Swedes, whom the Russians treacherously attacked near Poltava wassat
  • Chervonny 7 February 2020 09: 04 New
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    Two-faced Janus. Turkey is boring every day more and more.
    1. bessmertniy 7 February 2020 09: 13 New
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      At the same time, he risks getting both faces. negative
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        good
        At the same time, he risks getting both faces

        So, I could have put ten pluses ... +
  • Mountain shooter 7 February 2020 09: 06 New
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    I believe that everything will be over with “last warnings” ... We would be determined, we would have already flown in all directions ...
    1. protoss 7 February 2020 10: 08 New
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      FIG knows, in 2015 they also persuaded us for a long time not to fly across the border, and then they no longer had a choice - they had to shoot down the dryer.
  • Diviz 7 February 2020 09: 09 New
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    And we all in the United Nations well, give money for humanitarian aid to the Syrians. International law vigilance. It's a pity the Turks do not understand this. If the army lives by its own laws, then it is necessary to act accordingly.
  • Loess 7 February 2020 09: 13 New
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    What "defense right" does Turkey have in Syrian Idlib?
    1. donavi49 7 February 2020 09: 23 New
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      To defend Eyale Aleppo - since 1516 included in Turkey of course. And selected during the collapse of the country, greedy Western predators.
    2. tihonmarine 7 February 2020 09: 52 New
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      Quote: Less
      What "defense right" does Turkey have in Syrian Idlib?

      I don’t understand either, Syria didn’t ask them to help, it’s not approved at the UN, but it’s not like them that they’re "They are robbing the guard!"
    3. Grits 7 February 2020 09: 56 New
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      Quote: Less
      What "defense right" does Turkey have in Syrian Idlib?

      The Turk in Idlib should have only the bottom right - to be quickly and beautifully buried in Syrian land somewhere on the sidelines of a wasteland on the edge of an unknown village in the fifth row to the left of the mass grave in the form of bearded barley men with torn legs covered with stones.
    4. protoss 7 February 2020 10: 09 New
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      about the same as in Georgia 08.08.08
      1. Loess 7 February 2020 10: 13 New
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        Quote: protoss
        like in Georgia

        In Georgia, at least, our peacekeepers were killed, including those in coordination with Georgia.
        1. protoss 7 February 2020 10: 14 New
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          Well, here they killed several
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            "several" whom?
            1. protoss 7 February 2020 10: 23 New
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              several Turkish soldiers
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                several Turkish soldiers

                And on what basis Turkish soldiers were in the territory of another state temporarily controlled by terrorists, do not tell me? At the invitation of the Syrian government? Under the UN mandate?
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                  according to Astana and Sochi decisions, which Russia and Iran agreed (or brought to the attention) with their trust Assad.
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                    Quote: protoss
                    on Astana and Sochi decisions,

                    If I am not mistaken, then below someone already explained that the Turks appeared there BEFORE these agreements. And these agreements are designed primarily to prevent a military clash between the Russian Federation and Turkey. The legality of the Turks in this territory, they do not regulate.
                    And obviously the agreements did not mention the possibility of terrorists hiding behind the Turks and the possibility of the Turks covering up attacks on the SAA by terrorists.
                    1. protoss 7 February 2020 13: 51 New
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                      Before the Idlib agreements, there were only Turkish ichtamnets. troop deployment began after the signing of the relevant documents. The issues of preventing a military clash between the Russian Federation and Turkey were not considered at all in the Sochi treaty. you are not a judge of any regional court case? and then it is precisely in their rules to draw conclusions not looking at the documents, but simply from their own perceptions of law and justice.
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                        Quote: protoss
                        you are not a judge of any regional court case?

                        By chance, no. But this does not prevent me from having my own opinion. And you do not have a case of law practice "behind you"?
                        And the possibility of finding the Turkish military in Syria should be approved by the Syrian government, otherwise Turkey has no legal basis.
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                        Quote: Less
                        And you do not have a case of law practice "behind you"?

                        I don’t have a professional, but I often go to court, I prefer to do without a lawyer in recent years. the benefit is all civil matters, maximum administrative.
                        And the possibility of finding the Turkish military in Syria should be approved by the Syrian government, otherwise Turkey has no legal basis.

                        Well, actually, international law gives other reasons, as far as they fit a specific case is another matter.
        2. Nastia makarova 7 February 2020 10: 24 New
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          what peacekeepers did we kill ???
          1. Loess 7 February 2020 11: 24 New
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            Quote: Nastia Makarova

            what peacekeepers

            At least look here https://topwar.ru/28003-podvig-mirotvorcev-v-chinvali.html
            1. Nastia makarova 7 February 2020 12: 21 New
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              ??? where does Ossetia !!! we are talking about syria
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                Quote: Nastia Makarova
                we are talking about syria

                For starters, you would read the dialogue to understand who we are talking about.
  • Dikson 7 February 2020 09: 13 New
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    This is great news about what is “friendship” and “mutually beneficial cooperation” in the modern world ... exchanged, called .. 7 Turks, four of ours (according to unannounced data), and 70 Syrians .. By the way, information flashed here that joint patrolling is stopped .. they say that the Turks don’t come anymore .. But ours and the Americans armored cars butts on the roads .. The animation turns out to be sad .. - if the Barmel men beat the Asad troops - Russia fulfills the agreement on “maintaining statehood and the integrity of Syria”, and if someone else beats asa dovtovs - Russia seems to be not interfering .. Therefore, the Turks will not leave anywhere. And the Syrians will be gouging, as promised .. But if our people get kneaded, (and they will get in every way and more than once), - so the Sultan will always be able to apologize ... he already has rich experience in this matter.
    1. Grits 7 February 2020 10: 01 New
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      While our media are trumpeting that everything in Syria is controlled by Russia, we can look at the map and make sure that everyone in Syria controls it, but not Russia. In the north and northwest - Turkey bit off a sickly piece of land. In the east beyond the Euphrates and in the south - everything is under the control of the "oil industry". Even Jews safely live on a small plot of once Syrian land.
      1. Nastia makarova 7 February 2020 10: 25 New
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        do not write nonsense and look at the map !!! take points
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          Quote: Nastia Makarova
          do not write nonsense and look at the map !!! take points

          Dear Nastya, I’m not writing nonsense. And I know the map well, even as a keepsake, and without glasses. Since he still worked at one time as a geography teacher. If you cannot find such a card, then if you wish, I can provide it to you.


          And now poke me with a make-up fingernail in those territories that Russia controls? I can poke. And you?
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            all red
            1. Grits 7 February 2020 14: 24 New
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              all red

              Nastya, all red controls Syria. And now what is controlled by Russia. Do you see the red dot on the coast at Cape Maaaaa? There, inside this point, there are several moorings, a part of the port and the land area with warehouses and barracks. This is the Russian Navy Tartus. And just to the north there is the same tiny point. This is an airfield and an adjacent small area. The airfield is called VVB Khmeimim. It is also controlled by Russia.
              Now compare with green in the south and yellow in the east. This entire territory is controlled by the United States. A gray and green in the north-west - Turkey. There is a difference, agree?
              By the way, in the southwest there is still such a pink slice. Syria has long forgotten about control over it. Only dreams remained.
              Reality, it’s such a thing ... sometimes unpleasant.
              1. Nastia makarova 7 February 2020 14: 30 New
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                all that Syria controls is ours too
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                  Quote: Nastia Makarova
                  all that Syria controls is ours too

                  This is all very arbitrary. Unlike other vultures tormenting Syria, we did not come there to rob and control something, but to save Syria.
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                    that’s what we’re doing, freed the territory from gangs, we have control over it, the Americans also conditionally control yellow
    2. Sapsan136 7 February 2020 11: 03 New
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      A few such apologies will be the new president in Russia, and then even it will be too late to pray, the apology will fall off ...
    3. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 13: 10 New
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      You would add to this list the United States, which in fact occupies 35% of Syrian territory, to which no one dares say anything, not something to expel from Syria. Or is 35% not Syria anymore?
  • Livonetc 7 February 2020 09: 15 New
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    Vultures all look the same.
    What is Turkey, what is Israel, what is the USA.
  • rotmistr60 7 February 2020 09: 20 New
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    "your right to self-defense"
    What kind of self-defense can the Turkish side speak of being illegally on the territory of a sovereign state and even supporting militants fighting with the army of this country? Erdogan, wake up! Enough to build a "hegemon" of the Middle East with demands on the south of Europe.
    1. Zaurbek 7 February 2020 09: 24 New
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      This is the third part of the Marlezon ballet. The Syrians closed the boiler and occupied the city
    2. protoss 7 February 2020 10: 12 New
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      why is it illegal? Assad delegated to us and Iran to decide for him, and Turkey and I signed in Astana and Sochi of various papers on which the Turks are officially in idlib.
      1. rotmistr60 7 February 2020 10: 53 New
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        Turkey sent its troops before any negotiations with Russia, and even less so with Iran. And entered illegally. This in fact had to deal with them certain issues so that the military did not happen "misunderstandings".
        1. protoss 7 February 2020 11: 46 New
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          in fact, decisions on de-escalation zones and those responsible for them were made at tripartite meetings. Turks officially entered idlib only after agreement. it is clear that behind the scenes the Ottoman ichthamnets have been there since the beginning of the civil war.
    3. pru-pavel 7 February 2020 11: 51 New
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      Erdogan, wake up!

      It’s not worthwhile to turn to the head of state in such a tone, and even to YOU. You allow yourself the same tricks as Trump. Observe diplomatic etiquette and protocol during diplomatic communication with the head of the Turkish state, please. And then he will answer you in the same way as Trump answered.
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        How do I understand this irony?
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          Not. Diplomacy.
  • Yehudi Menuhin 7 February 2020 09: 22 New
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    The term is named, then this is an ultimatum
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      everything is already decided
  • Zaurbek 7 February 2020 09: 23 New
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    That would be in Donbas, our people would say, and they would set up a base. That would be a lot of howling!
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      That would be in Donbas, our people would say, and they would set up a base. That would be a lot of howling!

      Indeed, analogies can be drawn. It would be if our army drove into the Donbass in tanks with artillery, set up its strongholds and observation posts there. And if the APU would come close, then they would hit it from the MLRS. And then they stated that we have the right to self-defense from an attack by Ukrainian troops. And also we demand that the Ukrainians withdraw their troops from the territory of the whole Donetsk and Lugansk region.
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        And also we demand that the Ukrainians withdraw their troops from the territory of the whole Donetsk and Lugansk region.

        Would they bring it out?
        Rather, the troops of some East European NATO countries would have appeared there, at least they also set up their bases there.
        1. Zaurbek 7 February 2020 12: 14 New
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          It is unlikely .... the militia could go on the offensive, which together with the common border with the Russian Federation would lead to bad consequences.
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            It is unlikely .... the militia could go on the offensive

            Think narrowly. Anyone can go on the offensive.
  • Yehudi Menuhin 7 February 2020 09: 28 New
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    In fact, Erdogan has no particular choice. There are 2,5-3 million people in Idlib who definitely do not want to live under Assad. If the army of Assad captures Idlib, the darkness, the darkness of the people will rush to Turkey. And in Turkey at least 2,5 million refugees are now.
    1. Kerensky 7 February 2020 09: 35 New
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      darkness, darkness of the people will rush to Turkey. And in Turkey there are already at least 2,5 million refugees.

      Well, that’s good. The state is strong people. Meet, greet, molest.
    2. FORCE 38GB 7 February 2020 11: 50 New
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      Nothing terrible .. Survive. The stubborn Turk knew where his snout is hustling! If he doesn’t calm down, then he’ll get a snot from the Russian Federation .. But he’ll get it so that he won’t get any more .. But NATO will not harness for it against the Russian Federation. Wrong game ...
  • Ru_Na 7 February 2020 09: 46 New
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    Turks completely lost the coast ?! The Idlib territory of the SAR and its armed forces have every right to go there, unlike the Turkish ones!
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    Look erdogashka in a strange house! Did you feel strength?
  • Ratmir_Ryazan 7 February 2020 09: 59 New
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    Syria must accept the challenge and besiege Turkey.

    I think the Kurds will not refuse to help.

    Otherwise, Erdogan will completely lose fear and conscience, and the flow of militants, money and weapons for them will never stop.

    Syrian air defense will cover the air, and grind Turkish gangs in Syria with artillery.
    1. Yeraz 7 February 2020 13: 47 New
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      Syria must accept the challenge and besiege Turkey.

      first you need to bite before writing such heresy)))
      And after a snack open the Internet and see the condition of Assad.
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      Enchanting plan! laughing
  • Alexey Sommer 7 February 2020 10: 01 New
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    A thin world is better than a good war.
    I ask couch analysts, do not forget this.
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      Sometimes it’s better to fight than a bad World ... The USSR lowered its flag in the 90s and, without prejudice to the enemy, suffered losses comparable to those in World War II ...
  • sergo1914 7 February 2020 10: 01 New
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    What is it like living with the name Feridun?
  • akarfoxhound 7 February 2020 10: 08 New
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    The right of self-defense of the occupier from the armed forces of the occupied country ???
  • Ros 56 7 February 2020 10: 15 New
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    I go crazy about these Turks, they argue as if Syria attacked them. Eric, are you stuck with your insolence?
  • megadeth 7 February 2020 10: 22 New
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    It seems that the capture by the Americans and Turks, as well as the airstrikes of the Jews of Syrian land, takes place in operational and close cooperation with the Russian side ... Again, the Jews worked in Damascus, again, the Syrian air defense nearly filled up the civilian side ... what kind of war, with whom who’s for whom, who’s against whom ... Damn, attach to the Syrian old moment, a couple of missiles with a range of 500-1000 km, find the old Syrian Air Force major (who has nothing to lose) and work out (you can even miss it on purpose) at the take-off airfield Israeli fighters (the very fact of an attempt ...), and then dump everything on the Turks, well, how are our "partners" from the USA doing.
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 10: 25 New
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    Quote: Karen
    Good afternoon!

    Quote: Hunter 2
    In fact, on two fronts, having in the rear

    ... having a reliable Kremlin kibbutz in the rear ... And yes, you Russians have long been zombified from the box with the prediction "... until Syria has fallen ..."

    What is this Wang with eggs? What is she doing here?
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      maybe without eggs?
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 10: 26 New
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    A thin world is better than a good war.
    I ask couch analysts, do not forget this.

    On the terms of the conqueror, or on the terms of the master of the country?
    It would not be bad to think before writing crap.
  • Gardamir 7 February 2020 10: 29 New
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    Firstly, the author did not fully cover the statement of the Turks. There is a hidden threat to everyone, including Russia.
    Secondly, the statement of the Turks raised the question, why can’t Russia “defend itself” in Ukraine?
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 10: 30 New
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    Quote: Yehudi Menuhin
    In fact, Erdogan has no particular choice. There are 2,5-3 million people in Idlib who definitely do not want to live under Assad. If the army of Assad captures Idlib, the darkness, the darkness of the people will rush to Turkey. And in Turkey at least 2,5 million refugees are now.

    This is not Erdogan's problem. Whether or not you want to live in Syria and submit to the Syrian government is the problem of Syria. You cannot rush across a well-packed border. Let him work on this issue, and does not bother to solve his problems on foreign territory.
    Do you think you are writing?
  • Cowbra 7 February 2020 10: 37 New
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    Clinic. "Self-defense" in the territory of another state. It’s like I’ll come to my neighbor and there I will defend myself from his wife and children ... Addiction is evil!
    1. The little wink 7 February 2020 11: 15 New
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      Quote: Cowbra
      Clinic. "Self-defense" in the territory of another state. It’s like I’ll come to my neighbor and there I will defend myself from his wife and children ... Addiction is evil!

      The USSR in Afghanistan seemed to be doing something similar, and the Russian Federation in Syria seems to be fighting terror on distant approaches.
      1. Cowbra 7 February 2020 11: 25 New
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        On May 8, 1978, the Afghan government, through the USSR ambassador in Kabul, formally appealed to the Soviet government with a request to urgently send to Afghanistan Soviet advisers - party, military, economic, as well as KGB officers to assist in organizing the DRA security agencies.

        Remember who in Syria turned to Ankara for help?
        1. The little wink 7 February 2020 18: 37 New
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          The people of Idlib must have tearfully asked Erdogan laughing what are they worse than the people of Dombas who tearfully asked Putin for help. Amin, probably before death, was very sorry that he had asked the USSR to send him military advisers and a Muslim battalion.
          1. Cowbra 7 February 2020 18: 52 New
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            Nevertheless, the Afghan legitimate authorities - officially asked for help, just like the South Korean, which you forgot about. But the "people of Dombas" (c) - learn the Russian language, by the way, they are not capable - at least Ukrainian, otherwise you don’t know. as a region about which you think that it is Ukrainian - it’s rightly called ... So, the people of LDNR - that’s exactly what they didn’t ask for is the American army at the Yavoriv training ground and two floors of guardsmen in the SBU building in Kiev. Which really does exist, but “Putin’s troops” for 6 years, the whole powerful military machine of the “best European army”, together with Gauleiter from the USA - couldn’t find it ... Stealth-pikhota turns out to be some kind, ideal soldiers from the Kremlin .. .Not that boots from the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the United States Commission laughing
  • Alexey from Perm 7 February 2020 11: 50 New
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    I would like to ask "effective" arms sales managers, why did you arm Turkey with c400 systems? Erdogan on occasion will stick a knife in the back, and more than once))
    1. Nastia makarova 7 February 2020 12: 11 New
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      why would he stick out because of some kind of idlib, he agreed with Putin a long time ago, he still has a border and instead merges the idlib
  • V1er 7 February 2020 11: 53 New
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    I think it’s time for the Turks to recall that we will definitely supply the most modern weapons and specialists to Syria and the Kurds. And also we will attract various types of PMCs to the war. I think that Turkey has a lot of opponents who will send people and funding. Nobody likes such a redistribution and a change in the balance of power (Greece and Libya). There will also be a threat of sanction against Turkey by Russia. It’s not necessary to officially fight, but we have other levers. Let take into account.
    1. Yeraz 7 February 2020 13: 53 New
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      Quote: V1er
      that we will definitely supply Syria and Kurds with the most modern weapons and specialists.

      but don’t overdo it ?? Preparation and weapons are not a cheap thing. And Turkey borders these lands and rolls them into asphalt.
      Quote: V1er
      There will also be a threat of sanction against Turkey by Russia. It’s not necessary to officially fight, but we have other levers. Let take into account.

      But Turkey doesn’t ??? Turkey is the second largest buyer of Gazprom i.e. Russian gas. And now there is a lot of competition in this market.
      As will be the supply of the Russian group in Syria, they go through the Bosphorus.
      You do not need to consider yourself the United States, but Turkey as Georgia. The authorities do not sit rams and know the limit of their capabilities and capabilities of Turkey.
      1. V1er 7 February 2020 14: 27 New
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        Hello. Firstly, I didn’t put you a minus. Secondly, in many respects I agree with you about limited funding, the Straits and our economic interests in Turkey. But if we surrender Idlib and Syria, in my opinion the consequences will be much more serious. It would be better, of course, to agree on a draw, but you need to understand that Turkey will not stop at Idlib alone and the whole world is following our actions. It is necessary to bring Erdogan to his senses.
        1. Yeraz 9 February 2020 17: 35 New
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          But if we surrender Idlib and Syria, in my opinion the consequences will be much more serious. It would be better, of course, to agree on a draw, but you need to understand that Turkey will not stop at Idlib alone and the whole world is following our actions.

          Look from the point of view of Turkey.
          It’s time for you to understand that this is not a war of terrorists, and here is the Popularly elected and beloved President Assad.
          They have a CIVIL war. Where Assad called for Iran, a bunch of other units.
          I myself am a Shiite and I know very well the inner cuisine in our religion and in the regions.
          There are 4-5 million people in Idlib. 4 million Syrian refugees in Turkey. It contains them. Yes, Europeans are dropping a penny, but it’s a penny. These Syrians shot down prices inside Turkey. And Assad will not meet with flowers, but with suitcases trample to Turkey. This is a matter of national security, Turkey will not stand another wave.
          Assad just doesn’t like it, bring it down and die.
          Turkey and Russia do not know a way out of this situation.
          And nobody will bomb the Turkey one of the strongest armies in the world and start a war in the Kremlin. And the Russian Federation has no forces to do this. Do you understand which troop group needs to be concentrated so that the Turkish group near Syria attacks and gets nothing in return?
          This is all for ordinary people. They really look at the General Staffs. Politicians can make mistakes, as in the case of the Russian Fighter, when the political leadership of the Russian Federation did not take it seriously and received an answer to repeated OFFICIAL demands.
          therefore, they will agree, perhaps Turkey, they will promise something else and create an imitation of something. But this something must be very significant, which we certainly will not miss.
      2. Paranoid50 7 February 2020 21: 29 New
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        Turkey borders these lands and rolls them onto the asphalt.

        laughing laughing laughing Hey, like on Sennaya ... fellow
  • atalef 7 February 2020 11: 54 New
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    Quote: V1er
    I think it’s time for the Turks to recall that we will definitely supply the most modern weapons and specialists to Syria and the Kurds. And also we will attract various types of PMCs to the war. I think that Turkey has a lot of opponents who will send people and funding. Nobody likes such a redistribution and a change in the balance of power (Greece and Libya). There will also be a threat of sanction against Turkey by Russia. It’s not necessary to officially fight, but we have other levers. Let take into account.

    Could it be better to return the c400, nuclear power plant and Turkish stream?
    1. Yeraz 7 February 2020 13: 54 New
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      Could it be better to return the c400, nuclear power plant and Turkish stream?

      The S-400 has already been bought not to be returned, and without the RF it’s just toys.
      The pipe is filled with Russian gas and in the current competition, there will be no one to sell gas.
      Nuclear power plants can stop building))
    2. V1er 7 February 2020 14: 27 New
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      This is already impossible to do, but there are other options to cool the head of a hot Turk.
  • Vladimir Mashkov 7 February 2020 11: 57 New
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    What is American-style super audacity? This is when someone from the outside tells the legal government of a sovereign country that it does NOT have the right to bring legal order to its territory!
    1. Oquzyurd 7 February 2020 13: 33 New
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      Vladimir, there are a lot of such examples. And not only the United States is famous for this. For example: since 1994, a temporary truce in Karabakh. Since then, "negotiations" through the mediation of the Minsk Group (RF, USA, France) Talks have been meaningless since 1994. Now 2020 year. And all the time, these same countries tell Azerbaijan that it is IMPOSSIBLE to solve the problem by armed means. "he tells the legitimate government of a sovereign country from the outside that it does NOT have the right to bring legal order to its territory!" In order for this to work, one must be honest with others. Double standards have led the World to chaos, and the Major Nuclear Powers are guilty of this.
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 12: 24 New
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    Quote: Wink
    Quote: Cowbra
    Clinic. "Self-defense" in the territory of another state. It’s like I’ll come to my neighbor and there I will defend myself from his wife and children ... Addiction is evil!

    The USSR in Afghanistan seemed to be doing something similar, and the Russian Federation in Syria seems to be fighting terror on distant approaches.

    Alexander the Great made your ancestors blue-eyed. Come on, take offense at this now.
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 12: 28 New
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    Roma hi the Kurdish question is rather complicated ... in the sense of who can move them, at the moment the United States has much more means of influence on them than Russia.

    Selling man is invincible. Who pays more, he is a great friend. This is especially pronounced there, in the East.
    1. 1959ain 7 February 2020 12: 33 New
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      Quote: Victor March 47
      Selling man is invincible. Who pays more, he is a great friend. This is especially pronounced there, in the East.

      Ours are already going to give up. The Russian military delegation will come to Turkey amid the Idlib incident. A military delegation from Russia will arrive in Turkey on February 8. She will come to discuss the situation in Syrian Idlib. According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, the military of the two countries communicate with each other every day. Negotiations on Saturday will be aimed at "ending the aggression of the Syrian regime," as the Turkish minister noted.
      The parties will also discuss the prevention of a humanitarian catastrophe and accelerate the political process in Syria. "We will discuss issues on Idlib, and if necessary, our leaders will meet after that," Cavusoglu added. https://www.mk.ru/politics/2020/02/07/voennaya-delegaciya-rossii-priedet-v-turciyu-na-fone-incidenta-v-idlibe.html
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 12: 33 New
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    Everything is more complicated than it seems, Syria - part of the Ottoman Port since 1510, Syria - an artificial formation created by England and France.
    For Turkey; Syria, it's like the Donbass for Russia

    For me you are an appendix, an appendage, etc. .... But to live, not to live, where to live and how to live - you need to ask not me, but you. If we thought about Donbass as the Turks did regarding Syria, then we would have done the same thing a long time ago. The decision is where, how and with whom the citizen decides. Your brain is not sleeping, by any chance?
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 12: 44 New
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    I would like to ask "effective" arms sales managers, why did you arm Turkey with c400 systems? Erdogan on occasion will stick a knife in the back, and more than once))

    Then, at least, so that they do not sell the F-35. I think we can manage to turn off our S-400s when necessary. But they do not have American airplanes, and the Turks will not manufacture spare parts for them. This, after all, is our merit in the fact that the penguins made not 3000 pieces, but several hundred. Let merit even a little.
  • Victor March 47 7 February 2020 12: 51 New
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    Quote: 1959ain
    Quote: Victor March 47
    Selling man is invincible. Who pays more, he is a great friend. This is especially pronounced there, in the East.

    Ours are already going to give up. The Russian military delegation will come to Turkey amid the Idlib incident. A military delegation from Russia will arrive in Turkey on February 8. She will come to discuss the situation in Syrian Idlib. According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, the military of the two countries communicate with each other every day. Negotiations on Saturday will be aimed at "ending the aggression of the Syrian regime," as the Turkish minister noted.
    The parties will also discuss the prevention of a humanitarian catastrophe and accelerate the political process in Syria. "We will discuss issues on Idlib, and if necessary, our leaders will meet after that," Cavusoglu added. https://www.mk.ru/politics/2020/02/07/voennaya-delegaciya-rossii-priedet-v-turciyu-na-fone-incidenta-v-idlibe.html

    Dummies like some of those present here (we don’t show with a finger) consider the chickens not in the fall. They did not boast when walking on the army, but boasted when walking srati. That's it, here. Lean against the centuries-old folk wisdom, you will not write nonsense.
  • Incvizitor 7 February 2020 13: 05 New
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    We must put this king in his place, again support the Kurds of Turkey and the king’s occupiers in Syria to endure.
    1. Yeraz 7 February 2020 13: 57 New
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      We must put this king in his place, again support the Turkish Kurds

      well, a flag in their hands. The Americans have supported them for so many years. The Europeans have supported. So ?? The Turks constantly roll them into the asphalt and generally transferred the fighting from Turkey to other territories of the Kurds. Syria and Iraq. So, this is just blah blah
  • Igor Polovodov 7 February 2020 13: 36 New
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    Kurdistan squeals with the capital - "Constantinople", the preservation of the historical name as a tribute to the events that led to a similar precedent!
  • NordUral 7 February 2020 15: 33 New
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    Naglosaxon syndrome is contagious, however.
  • Mentat 7 February 2020 18: 35 New
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    Turkey will not tolerate "belligerent actions" by Syrian government forces in the province of Idlib and intends to use "its right to self-defense" in the event that the attack on the SAA continues.

    Are you off the coils? This is the territory of Syria actually! How can it come to the head of an adequate government to threaten another country with military action for affairs on its own territory ??

    Conclusion: the Turks are inadequate. So you need to bring them into a sane state with some sensitive measures of influence, understandable even in this state.
  • Metallurg_2 8 February 2020 16: 41 New
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    Self-defense on the territory of a foreign state from the troops of its legitimate government?
    Stop the earth - I will come down!
  • Altai72 9 February 2020 13: 25 New
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    Of course, auto-tones are still what! Not without reason, the director of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of Az-Nah recently just said so - Tbilisi, they say, the ancient Azerbaijani city.
    And the other day I read in some kind of information dump, where comments like yours are also allowed, I read ...

    My advice to you, stop hanging around the garbage dumps.