“The SAA, with the support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, has every right to strike at Turkish occupants” - Russian General


The Syrian command ordered air strikes against militant groups that broke through the SAA defense line in the south-west of Aleppo province. Recall that the success of the militants in the area of ​​the village of Miznaz was preceded by an artillery strike inflicted by the Turkish army.


Also Syrian military aviation attacked a cluster of militants in the area of ​​Al-Atarib. In this area, the terrorists attempted to regroup with the aim of further advancing in the direction of the northern part of the formed protrusion of the positions of the CAA - the town of Al-Sheikh Ali.

Against this background, the Syrian army advanced about 2 km west of Al-Rashidin, which until recently was under the control of militants. This promotion is carried out against the background of the active transfer of manpower and equipment of the Turkish Armed Forces in the northern part of Idlib province. Recall that today Turkish special forces were deployed to the SAR.

The situation with the activity of Turkish troops in Idlib was commented on by the Chairman of the Presidium of the Russian Officers, Hero of Russia, Major General Sergey Lipovoy. According to Major General, this activity is associated with the ambitions of Recep Erdogan.

From the commentary for "Military Review":

All Erdogan’s actions are dictated by only one thing - the desire to restore the Ottoman Empire. Ankara needs not only Idlib, they need, first of all, Aleppo, more than which in the Ottoman Empire were only Constantinople and Cairo. Erdogan's claims extend all the way to the Georgian city of Batumi. He does not even hide it.

According to Sergey Lipov, it is Erdogan, along with the US authorities, who is one of the culprits of the outbreak of the civil war in Syria.

Sergey Lipovoy:

Assad is inconvenient for Turkey, and it is clear that Turkey will not just leave Idlib and will continue to sponsor terrorists. The intervention of Russia confused the maps not so much even the United States as Ankara, on their way to restoring the borders that were before the Lausanne Accords of 1923, as a result of which Turkey lost vast territories. If Erdogan moves from words to actions, that is, he brings his threats to life, then he will have to answer. The Syrian army (CAA), with the support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, has every right to strike at the Turkish invaders on its territory. And in this direct clash, if it happens, Erdogan will lose.
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  1. Livonetc 13 February 2020 17: 00 New
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    Major General Sergey Lipov is retired and has the right to freely express his personal opinion.
    The headline however is provocative.
    1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 17: 07 New
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      All Erdogan’s actions are dictated by only one thing - the desire to restore the Ottoman Empire. Ankara needs not only Idlib, they need, first of all, Aleppo, more than which in the Ottoman Empire were only Constantinople and Cairo. Erdogan's claims extend all the way to the Georgian city of Batumi. He does not even hide it.

      I don’t think Tomato even dreams about it. It just became a shame that so many years have been invested so much in the "opposition" and suddenly everything is crumbling before your eyes, so your nerves could not stand it, and most importantly, the rating is already falling, the authorities may decide , so he went all the way, playing on popular ideas. There’s a struggle for his 5th point and for remaining in power in his tuned castles. If he wanted to restore the Empire, he wouldn’t merge the opposition in the same city for so many years Aleppo. He pretends that he allegedly wants to restore the Empire, but firstly who will give it to him, and secondly, he speculates on popular topics in order to be popular and stay in power, living hard.
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        1. Mountain shooter 13 February 2020 18: 44 New
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          Quote: SanSanych Gusev
          You wrote about him or our king

          Do you have a king?
          1. kutuz 13 February 2020 22: 51 New
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            not a king but a king!
          2. nov_tech.vrn 14 February 2020 08: 28 New
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            I don’t know about the king, for SanSanych without a king in my head, that's for sure
        2. NordUral 13 February 2020 20: 11 New
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          Two boots - a pair, SanSanych. Change a few words in your text and oil painting.
        3. Alekcandr Sokolenko 14 February 2020 06: 17 New
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          Indeed: before the eyes of the fate of the USSR, if NATO mongrel in Ukraine and Turkey do not hesitate to wipe their feet (three times a day) about the "brightest", then who is he against the Regional Committee? Yes, and the surrender of Ukraine was the last nail in the skin of the Moscow brotherhood. (This is for those who do not want to notice anything and believe the blue screen).
          1. Alekcandr Sokolenko 14 February 2020 06: 23 New
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            Yes, and the very observation that it is possible (really?) To strike at the occupier is symptomatic, then it’s not unconditional, are there any doubts? -, we have lost the habit of protecting sovereignty in recent years, but how dazzling, touching, reverent love of foreign money? - the last religion of the "Third Rome?"
            1. ABM
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              look, tribesmen live in a neighboring state, right? one faith. But they do not like the policy of this country, which leads to armed rebellion. The government army is trying to advance on their territory, contrary to preliminary agreements. A neighboring country helps its co-religionists with the full approval of the people! what's wrong ? Answer if not difficult
      2. for
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        They will give and still help.
    2. figwam 13 February 2020 17: 08 New
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      commented on the chairman of the Presidium of the Russian Officers, Hero of Russia, Major General Sergey Lipovoy.

      In 2005, he was transferred to the reserve.
      1. Yngvar 14 February 2020 12: 36 New
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        So what? Has he stopped being an officer? Or became a political officer?
        1. smart ass 15 February 2020 16: 05 New
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          He became a man who does not solve anything.
    3. Mar.Tirah 13 February 2020 17: 14 New
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      Quote: Livonetc
      Major General Sergey Lipov is retired and has the right to freely express his personal opinion.

      Judging by the protest, do you see a different opinion? Is everything gone, are the gypsum removed?
      1. Livonetc 13 February 2020 17: 42 New
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        My remark is only in terms of the emphasis of the headline aimed at drawing attention to the publication.
        It seems that the officially voiced position of the acting military on behalf of the leadership is being declared.
        My opinion is sharper and does not reflect the "modern vector of the development of public policy."
        1. Mar.Tirah 13 February 2020 17: 53 New
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          Quote: Livonetc
          It seems that the officially voiced position of the acting military on behalf of the leadership is being declared.

          Understandably. I think Zhirinovsky’s statement will be even sharper. The same can be said by Lavrov and Maria Zakharova, don’t strain like that. We have specialists who will find a solution .. Perhaps even with the help of a strike .. Already there is information about the transfer to the conflict zone of several SZA divisions of the largest caliber, such as TORNADO and SMERCH, and they are already deployed against the Turkish divisions. In general, those who have more instruments began to measure.
          1. Livonetc 13 February 2020 17: 57 New
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            Tornado With it of course.
            120 km. However.
            You can even cover MLRS positions in Turkey.
            And unrequitedly.
            However, such a calico is unlikely.
            1. Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 18: 07 New
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              Erdogan also wants to eliminate the anusra
              1. Range 13 February 2020 22: 32 New
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                I apologize. You made a little mistake in the word "asru", you have to write anus ru. Erdogan himself seems to have become this anus ru.
                1. Nastia makarova 14 February 2020 07: 43 New
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                  no, I was not mistaken)))
          2. Sanichsan 13 February 2020 18: 03 New
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            Quote: Mar. Tira
            I think Zhirinovsky’s statement will be even sharper.

            this one yes! laughing
            Quote: Mar. Tira
            Lavrov and Maria Zakharova can say the same thing, do not strain so much.

            but they are definitely not. these are the very “officials” who speak on behalf of the Russian leadership. they filter the bazaar.
    4. Looking for 13 February 2020 17: 31 New
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      Decades of "convenient" headlines and statements. Have brought Russia to that place. Where it now exists.
    5. Cowbra 13 February 2020 17: 40 New
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      Quote: Livonetc
      Major General Sergey Lipov is retired and has the right to freely express his personal opinion.
      The headline however is provocative.

      He quoted the UN charter.
      Article 51 of the Charter allows for the possibility of an exception to the provision prohibiting the use of force provided for in Article 2 (4) of the Charter. In cases of armed attack on a member of the United Nations, the right to individual or collective self-defense is permitted.
    6. Mavrikiy 13 February 2020 18: 08 New
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      Quote: Livonetc
      Major General Sergey Lipov is retired and has the right to freely express his personal opinion.
      The headline however is provocative.

      I agree. Opinion of the wedding general on issues of state level ....... Even the current ones, and even not for that. Although of course, the pens itch, put the Sultan in place. repeat
      1. Viktor123 13 February 2020 23: 48 New
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        fake is not a wedding general, he is a military general. Before you talk on the air - study the issue, General VO.
        1. Alekcandr Sokolenko 14 February 2020 06: 26 New
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          The country had seen enough of the “military” generals during the execution of the Supreme Council in Moscow (and when selling the army and navy, Russia's last allies, don’t remember? -Recommend.).
          1. Viktor123 14 February 2020 23: 53 New
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            Once again, for illiterates - before speaking - study the question. What are you? Was Google banned?
    7. Maz
      Maz 13 February 2020 19: 19 New
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      While Erdogan yells and scares, the Syrians beat off two more villages off the M5 highway
  2. Dur_mod 13 February 2020 17: 07 New
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    And I wonder who the Faberge art objects are harder among Russians or Turks?
    1. St Petrov 13 February 2020 17: 08 New
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      and we and they are fine with eggs. At one time they bent Europe as soon as they wanted.
      They were an empire. Everything is like ours. They wouldn’t get in touch with the Russian - they would be stronger. And how much blood they drank from each other.

      Worthy enemies.
      1. Prisoner 13 February 2020 17: 15 New
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        The enemy is really good. Friend is bad. winked
        1. St Petrov 13 February 2020 17: 40 New
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          Friend is bad.


          There is no friendship. There are national interests. Intersecting with ours.

          I don’t even believe in friendship between the USA and Canada. There will be interest - Canada will crush only on the road

          Therefore, everything is like everyone else. Competition of Nations / States
        2. Rusfaner 14 February 2020 08: 03 New
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          With them Suvorov was still "tormented"
      2. kventinasd 13 February 2020 17: 21 New
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        Quote: c-Petrov
        Worthy enemies.

        In the 21st century already - no.
        1. Cowbra 13 February 2020 17: 42 New
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          Greeks bent
      3. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 18: 15 New
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        After the war in the First World War (the last war of the Turks and Russians), both empires fell apart. Everyone should remember this. I am sure that in the USA and Europe they look at Idlib and at the tension between Turkey and the Russian Federation, grin joyfully.
      4. Magog 13 February 2020 18: 56 New
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        Until the 17th century, we were a twin empire. Then the Great Troubles (with us) and enmity for three centuries ... By the way, the Two-headed Eagle (our coat of arms: two heads under one imperial crown) is the symbol of this “unity of the Empire”: Constantinople - Second Rome and Moscow (as a region, and not the city from the beginning) - The Third Rome, i.e., two centers of the same Empire. Including, we must already realize our common origins and not quarrel over nonsense ... drinks
        1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 21: 15 New
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          I want to add that before the Ottoman Empire, the Turks in Asia Minor had a different Seljuk empire, and the most interesting is that their coat of arms was also a Two-headed Eagle, like the current one in Russia.
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          2. Magog 13 February 2020 22: 13 New
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            I will add: the "two-headed" flashed on the arms of the entire nobility of Europe until almost the middle of the 19th century (AD). Just like a crescent moon with a cross or a star.
            1. Viktor123 14 February 2020 00: 14 New
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              As for the double-headed eagles on the arms of the European nobility is not sure. Although it may be. If this nobility came from the Byzantine Empire. And as for the cross and the crescent, take a closer look at the ancient Orthodox churches. there are crosses and a crescent moon, and much of the unexpected can be seen.
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              2. Magog 14 February 2020 12: 33 New
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                Take a closer look at the ancient Orthodox churches. there on the crosses and the crescent
                Why "old"? Many examples and remodels with such symbolism. The “Crescent” is actually an image of the eclipse of the Sun (observed shortly after the execution of the Savior) - the Moon does not look like this even with a lunar eclipse (it closes completely). Including, "crescent", "star", "cross" - Christian symbolism.
        2. Viktor123 14 February 2020 00: 07 New
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          Russia was not a two-pronged empire with Turkey. The double-headed eagle came to Russia from the Byzantine Empire. With Sofia Paleolog. True, the Byzantine Empire and Constantinople by that time had already fallen under the blows of the Seljuk Turks.
          1. Magog 14 February 2020 12: 23 New
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            The double-headed eagle came to Russia from the Byzantine Empire.
            Where does this come from? Erroneous crafty version of historians. Images of the “two-headed” appeared at the end of the 15th century, just after the so-called “fall of Constantinople” in 1453. Sophia Paleolog is a historical myth like Ivan III, also “Terrible”. The history of the time of Ivan III the Terrible closes some real events of the 15th century that we cannot know today?
            1. Viktor123 14 February 2020 23: 58 New
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              Actually, Ivan the Terrible was called Ivan the Terrible.
          2. Magog 14 February 2020 12: 38 New
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            The dispute is off topic, gentlemen! Violation of the Rules of VO. Let's calm down?
    2. sergo1914 13 February 2020 17: 16 New
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      Quote: Dur_mod
      And I wonder who the Faberge art objects are harder among Russians or Turks?


      Do you feel like checking? Naughty ...
    3. Vasyan1971 13 February 2020 17: 17 New
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      Quote: Dur_mod
      And I wonder who the Faberge art objects are harder among Russians or Turks?

      Would you like to?
      1. Alekcandr Sokolenko 14 February 2020 06: 31 New
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        And where does the -Russian? -Russian-Japanese -shame on the defeat and collapse of the empire, and a little later (with all the jambs of a dry-armed paranoid) -Russian kicked the Japanese out of the continent, all things at the Center (if you have it, of course, that's not a fact )
    4. orionvitt 13 February 2020 17: 44 New
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      The Turks did not win against Russia, not one, out of twenty-odd wars. Neither on land nor at sea. I believe the Faberge debate is not appropriate here.
      1. St Petrov 13 February 2020 17: 47 New
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        The Turks did not win against Russia, not one, out of twenty-odd wars.

        perseverance is inherent in them. That is yes. What we see in Idlib. Well, in order to fight with the Russians 20 times, Faberge is needed. We just have them stronger


        1. orionvitt 13 February 2020 17: 52 New
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          Quote: c-Petrov
          persistence is inherent in them

          Perseverance, sometimes confused with stupid stubbornness, or even with obstinacy .. In my opinion, the Turks simply for a long time, did not rake from anyone, so they played too much.
          1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 18: 26 New
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            "sometimes confused with stupid stubbornness" Apparently you don’t know the history and mentality of the Turks. They from rare nations who love rule, created the thousands of years old Seljuks and then the Ottoman Empire, fought for centuries, they died, killed millions, but were never under someone, themselves ruled over others.
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              Quote: Oquzyurd
              , fought for centuries, died in millions, killed, but were never under someone, they ruled over others

              Yes heaped them all and sundry. Starting from the Crusaders, and ending with the Serbs and Hungarians. To conquer small nations and tribes, such as the Bulgarians, Romanians, Macedonians, or Armenians, no other force is needed. But their main mistake was that pulled to Russia. From this began the final and irrevocable sunset of the Ottoman Empire. Erdogan should teach history, and not build himself a "Sultan." But to kill someone, yes, the Turks have always been very not against it.
              1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 21: 00 New
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                “Yes, heaped on them all and sundry.” Heaped on that this empire of the Turks lived, ruled from 1071 to 1912 (23), in the territories of Asia Minor, the Middle East, North Africa and the Balkans, longer than any other empire in history. The Crusaders, 6-7 countries gathered together, attacked, and, as always, received from the Ottomans in guts. The last attempt was the fights of Galipoli.
                1. orionvitt 13 February 2020 21: 55 New
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                  Quote: Oquzyurd
                  Empire of Turks lived, rules from 1071 to 1912 (23)

                  What happened in 1912? Is the imperial fuse over? More than a hundred years passed, and then the old woman remembered how young she was. I dare say that the Ottoman Empire so ruled that among neighboring nations, Turkey has no friends at all. And many Turks do not like very much. Some already "can not eat." so if Turkey gives at least a little slack, they will tear it to pieces, with special bitterness. Descendants of those peoples whose authority over the past, you are so proud of.
                  1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 22: 13 New
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                    All empires have a beginning and an end. And their neighbors always do not like them, because they always feel from them, they feel danger.
                    "fuse over?" But heirs, great-grandchildren, at the genetic level, preserve the seeds of that greatness, wait for the moment to grow a new empire from these seeds. This is not only for the Turks, but for all the former empires, the Russian too. Syria, apparently, for both provided the ground for planting these seeds)) You can grow together, or stomp together. They say that everything is good for both. Another option is dangerous ...
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                      Quote: Oquzyurd
                      Agree, everything is good for both


                      Of course you can agree. But you forget that there is a third player, the most important one. Which any conflict is at hand.
                      1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 22: 52 New
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                        "that there is a third player, the most important." That's it. Therefore, it is necessary to grow together, and not stomp, so that the third hand remains empty.
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                      Common thoughts, albeit a Turk. Learn. Adequacy has always been appreciated.
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              1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 20: 44 New
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                You are mistaken, even very much. The Turks had a cult of "Tengri." This is also a kind of faith in a single god, the Blue Sky, the heavenly Spirit-master. Therefore, they much more smoothly-voluntarily (most) converted to Islam, at the level of authorities, rulers, then and broad masses. There were also warfare, for example, the movements of the commander Babek (798-838) in the Azerbaijani territories, who fought with the Arabs for 17 years, defending the Khurramism movement. Yes, there was influence of the Arabs, especially since faith originated in the Arabian desert, the Koran and the Adhan , prayers in Arabic. But, the banner of Islam was raised by the true Türks, follows of how the Mongols came the Mongols crushed Arabov.Po really fought it tyurki.Ne coincidence that Turkish crescent moon is seen worldwide as a symbol of Islam.
                1. Karen 13 February 2020 21: 32 New
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                  Quote: Oquzyurd
                  There were also wars, for example, the movement of the commander Babek (798-838) in the Azerbaijani territories, who fought with the Arabs for 17 years, defending

                  Oguz, did Babek have a Turkic component in his blood?

                  And yes ... 180 years ago, it was RI that saved Turkey from the Arab army, which was only 200 km away. from Istanbul ...
                  1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 21: 40 New
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                    "Oguz, did Babek have a Turkic component in his blood?" I was not surprised that the Armenian reacted to this. It was the Armenian, named Sumbat, who gave Babek to the Arabs. Babek was a real Turk, who took the banner of the struggle against the Arabs from Javidan. He was also a Turk. But Sumbat, in history, remained as a traitor. Not surprising, very not surprising, not surprising at all good
                    1. Karen 13 February 2020 21: 47 New
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                      I remembered about Smbat ...
                      Another question, again forgotten over time ... But was Bug of what nationality?
                      1. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 21: 59 New
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                        Boga is a Turkic name. I can’t say anything more.
                      2. Karen 13 February 2020 22: 53 New
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                        Clear...
                        Why did I ask about Babek ... If I remember correctly, it was only at the beginning of the 9th century that the Persians began to invite the Turks to work in the Mugan steppe ... Or was Babek a Turk of Khazar origin?
                      3. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 23: 19 New
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                        "The Persians began to invite the Turks to work in the Mugan steppe .." Yeah, they were directly invited to work, as Armenian pavers were invited to Russia))) Like, they would not have invited, and there would be no Turks in Azerbaijan. This Armenian globe, to what absurdity it brought people.Babek was a Khurramite and they have nothing to do with the Khazars. He is from southern Azerbaijan, from a Turkic family, who lived on these lands for centuries, before the arrival of the Arabs in the 8th century. Sources of Arabs speak of the Türks as the local population in these parts.
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                        Quote: Oquzyurd
                        .Arab sources speak of the Turks as the local population in these parts.

                        It seems to me that in South Azerbaijan before the Arabs began to carve out entire cities of the Persians, there could not have been Turks at all ... Then, most likely, it was the Arabs who could invite the Turks, as opposed to the Persians ...
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                        lol I also think a lot of things, but I can’t interpret it as a story)
  • Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 18: 09 New
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    Not with the Russians, but to show that they are cool, at one time their Kurds well remembered where they burned the leopard
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    Quote: c-Petrov
    perseverance is inherent in them.

    Once upon a time, during a happy childhood, I had a turtle. And when I let her walk on the floor, sooner or later she rested against the baseboard, but continued to try to crawl on. Rowing and rowing, until I turned it in the opposite direction. It was funny. I don’t know if it’s persistence or something else ...
  • bobba94 13 February 2020 18: 58 New
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    During those distant wars there was neither the Montreux Convention nor the Turkish Stream. Times have changed and now they don’t go to the bayonet. They will find, for example, a clue in the Montreux convention and prohibit the passage of the Russian military transport ships through the Bosphorus, here's a kirdyk to supply the Russian military in Syria. With the Turkish stream can stir up ... inconsistencies with 3 energy package, then, yes .....
    1. Viktor123 14 February 2020 00: 36 New
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      So already once the Turks wanted to close the Bosphorus and Dardanelles for ships from the USSR. To which Comrade Gromyko (Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR), at a reception in Washington, told the reporters who got him: Let them close. Only then will there be another strait, deeper and wider. But Istanbul will not be there. "And that’s it! In the morning, the question of the unhindered passage of Soviet ships through the straits was resolved positively and in favor of the USSR.
  • Sardanapalus 14 February 2020 00: 49 New
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    Turks won the first war with RI. The sad campaign of Peter the Great. I had to pay off in order to return back. And then yes. Thunder them thoroughly.
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    One won outright. When the great Vezir of Peter the Great sealed to the bank of the Prut and the Turks took Azov away
  • Ural resident 13 February 2020 19: 30 New
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    the Turks are very stubborn and always fought to the last, but we turned out to be more stubborn. How it will be now depends on the leadership,
  • Horon 13 February 2020 19: 56 New
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    The dinosaurs ..., so they died out.
  • Doliva63 13 February 2020 20: 26 New
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    Quote: Dur_mod
    And I wonder who the Faberge art objects are harder among Russians or Turks?

    And then Faberge? It all depends on who wins the most money in the war - as they say, it's just business. This is capitalism, sir.
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      Quote: Doliva63
      Quote: Dur_mod
      And I wonder who the Faberge art objects are harder among Russians or Turks?

      And then Faberge? It all depends on who wins the most money in the war - as they say, it's just business. This is capitalism, sir.

      But in Russia, something did not work out with capitalism .. How do you like this?
      And so and so to eat that leg, and Soross something that waved his hand at Russia)))) Uneducating ..!
      Here we will teach the Turks I smell .. They forgot the story
  • Professor Preobrazhensky 13 February 2020 17: 08 New
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    The Syrian army (CAA), with the support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, has every right to strike at the Turkish invaders on its territory. And in this direct clash, if it happens, Erdogan will lose.

    If such a respected person, the chairman of the Presidium of the Russian Officers, Hero of Russia, Major General Sergei Lipovoy said so, then it really will be so and Erdogan will lose. Now, somehow, it is necessary to convey this information to Recep Tayyip, I'm afraid he simply is not aware of this ...
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      Erdogan plays on the patriotic feelings of the Turks in order to remain in power. If Erdogan wanted to implement the Ottoman Empire’s project, he would send troops to Syria back in 2012,2013 or 2014 and Assad wouldn’t have been merging the green “opposition” for so long , facilitating the transport of her from all over Syria to Idlib, I would not sit at the same table with Assad's allies Russia and Iran. Is it really not clear? I just decided to increase my rating for another military operation in Syria. The people love strong patriotic rulers. It responds to the request of society.
      1. Professor Preobrazhensky 13 February 2020 17: 26 New
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        Maxim, in your words there is a rational kernel and a share of common sense, only I spoke a little about something else.
        Dear person, retirement and social activist - predicted Erdogan’s defeat in the event of a possible direct collision with the SAA and our VKS.
        - Why at the moment the CAA cannot force the Turks out of its territory?
        - Yes, because Erdogan does not know what he lost if the VKS connects.
        That's actually all that I wanted to say and asked to inform the Turkish president about it, he simply does not know about it.
        1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 17: 42 New
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          Count the number of our planes in Khmeimim and Turkish F-16s at Turkish bases. And the number of combat units in the SAA and the Turkish army will understand. Our limited contingent is geared towards supporting the SAA against militants, but not against the regular army of Turkey.
          - Why at the moment the CAA cannot force the Turks out of its territory?

          She only learned to supplant the green opposition, and even with our assistance. Shabby in many years of battles. Strength is not enough obviously against 50-100 thousand Turkish groups, plus 30 thousand green ones.
          - Yes, because Erdogan does not know what he lost if the VKS connects.

          Lipov's statement is intended for those who are not aware of these topics.
    2. Viktor123 14 February 2020 00: 43 New
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      don't be scared, professor. This information has already been delivered to Recep. He took note of this. It depends on him how he will dispose of it. And the poisonous oil on the military general is not lei. It will not help you.
  • Vladimir_2U 13 February 2020 17: 11 New
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    It can and does have, but will it be allowed?
  • knn54 13 February 2020 17: 12 New
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    CORRECTLY: Allah upstairs will figure out where the Turkish askers are and where the barmales are.
  • Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 17: 12 New
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    Saha presses the barmaley, so they know something since the Turks are not afraid
    1. Lelek 13 February 2020 17: 25 New
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      Quote: Nastia Makarova
      Saha presses the barmaley, so they know something since the Turks are not afraid

      hi
      If Erdogan makes up his mind with the SAA and the Russian Federation, then he will have a problem with Iran. Israel will stand in the Chinese pose of “a monkey on a rock”, but it’s not clear how goat-bearded Sam will behave (will he want to punish Erdogan for obstinacy or will he defiantly set his shoulder?).
      1. Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 17: 59 New
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        There will be no problems with the Russian Federation, he also wants to liquidate the anusra and leave the pro-Turkish groups
  • KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 18 New
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    Right without opportunity, costs nothing. They will close the Bosphorus, the airspace of Turkey and it will be difficult to ensure our grouping and CAA, and given the mosh of the Turkish fleet, Khmeimim will become a desert back very quickly. A direct clash is not in our favor. There is no need to number ...
    1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 17: 24 New
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      Hmeimim will become a desert back very quickly. A direct clash is not in our favor.

      Not in Turkey’s favor, given our nuclear arsenal. But seriously, then all of Turkey can become a desert very quickly.
      and considering the mosh of the Turkish fleet

      Turkey has a very medium fleet. Old and small. A little more than our Black Sea Fleet.
      1. KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 34 New
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        Not in Turkey’s favor, given our nuclear arsenal.
        Our leadership is not so hot-headed, so no one from behind Idlib, even together with Khmeimim, Syria and the whole Middle East, will use nuclear weapons, which is clearly written in the military doctrine of the Russian Federation.
        Turkey has a very medium fleet. Old and small. A little more than our Black Sea Fleet.
        The Turkish Navy is a tangible threat to the Black Sea Fleet, and even more so for the serial express, the BDK will not oppose anything to it!
        1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 17: 59 New
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          The Turkish Navy is a tangible threat to the Black Sea Fleet, and even more so for the serial express, the BDK will not oppose anything to it!

          Like the Black Sea Fleet, a tangible threat to the Turkish Navy, given our submarines, the Bastion SCRC, naval aviation with the Kh-35U, Kh-31AD, possibly even the Kh-32.
      2. Professor Preobrazhensky 13 February 2020 17: 41 New
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        Aren't you scared for your compatriots, residents of the Black Sea coast of Russia, in the event you strike a nuclear attack on Turkey?
        To Crimea, by the shortest route - 263 km.
        From Sochi to Trabzon - 300 km.
        You will also receive curses from friends on the CSTO. The common border of Turkey and Armenia is 311 km.
        Well, from NATO comrades will fly automatically, in all major cities and administrative centers, a retaliatory attack, in the event that the launch of our ICBMs is detected.
        You are ready to pay a very high price for supporting Bashar al-Assad.
        1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 17: 55 New
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          in case of detection of the launch of our ICBMs.

          I am purely theoretically talking about the answer for Khmeimim, I put a word to you. Is the ICBM in Turkey? Turkey located overseas? About the tactical nuclear weapons, which are carried by the KR and the same Iskanders have not heard?
          Well, from NATO comrades will fly automatically, in all major cities and administrative centers, a retaliatory attack

          Erdogan was sent to NATO when he asked for help in Idlib, but do you want NATO to arrange Armageddon for Turkey and get an ICBM in return? Funny. Turkey is a useful consumable for NATO, no more.
      3. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 18: 29 New
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        It is amazing that with three stars you do not know the Turkish fleet.
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          Quote: Oquzyurd
          It is amazing that with three stars you do not know the Turkish fleet.

          Check out the quality of the Turkish Navy at the link below. Or old, or decommissioned American ships. On submarines only torpedoes. Not impressive.
          The Turkish Navy includes (after the reorganization): 165 warships and boats (including 16 frigates, 10 corvettes, 16 patrol ships, 13 submarines, 11 minesweepers, 33 landing ships and boats, 18 missile boats and 33 patrol boats) , 16 aircraft of base patrol aviation and 38 helicopters. The surface fleet is based on 24 patrol ships: 16 frigates and 10 large multi-purpose corvettes.

          https://anna-news.info/vms-turtsii-obzor/
    2. orionvitt 13 February 2020 17: 48 New
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      Quote: KBaHT_BpeMeHu
      Close the Bosphorus

      This is a direct declaration of war. And not to anyone, but to a nuclear power. In the military doctrine of the Russian Federation, it is clearly said that in which case, Russia may even gobble. I think that Erdogan’s sciatic place is not iron.
      1. KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 54 New
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        This is a direct declaration of war.
        And bring down the plane, is that so, is it okay?
        that in which case, Russia may crash.
        Yes, the devil is in the details, and we can only gasp in case of a threat to the existence of Russia, does he understand the difference?
        1. orionvitt 13 February 2020 18: 06 New
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          But a declaration of war, is it not a threat to existence? Hypothetically.
  • Zaurbek 13 February 2020 17: 22 New
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    CAA, it will strike. Maybe the VKS will not allow the Turks to fly over Idlib. What will happen in the event of a land operation by the Turks?
    1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 17: 27 New
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      Another coup attempt in Turkey. I’ll venture to suggest that this time is successful.
      1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 17: 28 New
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        ..... or offensive in Libya?
    2. KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 46 New
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      Maybe the VKS will not allow the Turks to fly over Idlib.
      But the Turks, in principle, do not have to fly into Syria, conventional artillery is enough to strike from the territory of Turkey. In this case, what would the SAA strike in Turkey? This is suicide.
      1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 17: 48 New
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        Yes .... but the SAA has artillery, and in addition the TochkaU complexes, against which the Turks have nothing.
        1. KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 50 New
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          about the artillery is in the SAA, and in addition complexes Point
          AND? To strike in Turkey? If not NATO as a whole, then Turkey will gladly rip the ATS into rags.
          1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 17: 53 New
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            We are talking about clashes in Syrian territory ..... and if they shoot from Turkish, then what are the restrictions on firing in response? NATO must respond to something ..... aggression towards Turkey is not here.
            1. KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 57 New
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              there is no aggression towards Turkey.
              There is direct aggression, and the Turks will take full advantage of this. As I said 1.5 years ago, no one is going to implement the Idlib agreement, so now you can remember this.
              1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 18: 03 New
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                Agreements on Idlib have done their job .... all the main bandits there! That makes sense.
                If the Russian Federation closes the sky, then it will be very difficult for the land Turks. And without a conflict with the Russian Federation, the offensive will be unlikely. But CAA is hardly ready for such a conflict. Let's not forget about the supply ... through against in Turkey. There are no other ways.
                1. Disant 14 February 2020 01: 25 New
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                  supply ... through the Strait in Turkey. There are no other ways.

                  The route through Gibraltar is only 4 times longer. It is necessary to gradually increase the number of cargo ships and show the Turkish colleague that he is not the navel of the world
        2. Oquzyurd 13 February 2020 18: 40 New
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          Such conflicts are decisive in infantry, artillery and tanks, sometimes air cover. Tochka-U missiles do little to solve, because they are limited in number, roads. Let's say Syria has 50 pieces (I doubt it) but still, what will it change? The Iran-Iraq war everyone remembers which missiles and in what quantities they threw each other. Yes, they cause damage, but they do not affect the front line.
          "PointU against which the Turks have nothing." Are you sure?
      2. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 18: 03 New
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        Quote: KBaHT_BpeMeHu
        Maybe the VKS will not allow the Turks to fly over Idlib.
        But the Turks, in principle, do not have to fly into Syria, conventional artillery is enough to strike from the territory of Turkey. In this case, what would the SAA strike in Turkey? This is suicide.

        Turkey is already striking with might and main artillery and MLRS on the SAA in Idlib. Or is Idlib already Turkey?
    3. ultra 13 February 2020 17: 59 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      What will happen in the event of a land operation by the Turks?

      If the VKS cover the sky over Idlib, then I would not bet on the Turks. SAA has 9 years of continuous battles, the Turks do not have so many fired soldiers.
    4. Vladimir_6 13 February 2020 18: 51 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      CAA, it will strike. Maybe the VKS will not allow the Turks to fly over Idlib. What will happen in the event of a land operation by the Turks?

      And under what pretext will Erdogan begin a ground operation?
      On April 8, 2019, he announced:
      It is necessary to maintain the territorial integrity of Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
      “In Syria, we are working together with the Russian Federation, because of the presence of terrorist elements, our work is difficult ... It is very important to maintain the territorial integrity of Syria. This cooperation must be preserved in this direction.

      Here let it save.
      1. Zaurbek 14 February 2020 08: 11 New
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        He has different statements once a month, in different directions.
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          Quote: Zaurbek
          He has different statements once a month, in different directions.

          Adapts to the current environment.
  • Housing 13 February 2020 17: 36 New
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    The situation with the activity of Turkish troops in Idlib was commented on by the chairman of the presidium of the Russian Officers organization,

    If this were stated by the General Staff of Russia, then the reaction would have been immediate ..
    And so far everyone is silent, and the Turks are wetting the Syrians and soon I feel the United States and Israel will join
    It is necessary to solve something in this difficult situation, so you look and the military will begin to work out blows at our bases so that they do not protrude ..
    1. Vladimir_6 13 February 2020 19: 02 New
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      Quote: Case
      The situation with the activity of Turkish troops in Idlib was commented on by the chairman of the presidium of the Russian Officers organization,

      .. everyone is silent, and the Turks urinate the Syrians and soon I feel the United States and Israel will join
      It is necessary to solve something in this difficult situation, so you look and the military will begin to work out blows at our bases so that they do not protrude ..

      Too gloomy forecasts broadcast. If they begin to work out on our bases, then our armed forces "will strike at decision centers." Putin said this in a rumor. Those who have ears have learned everything well. soldier
  • Xenofont 13 February 2020 17: 41 New
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    All social networks and the press of the Turks are filled with hatred of the Russians, up to the total bombing of our bases. If not for Russia, they would have owned Syria: there is still that imperial spirit and bloodthirstiness. It was the same after the destruction of our aircraft. Tourists, I'm afraid the season is provided with a fun.
    1. KBaHT_BpeMeHu 13 February 2020 17: 48 New
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      Tourists, I'm afraid the season is provided with a fun.
      One was already, and nothing. Better than before.
    2. Alexander Seklitsky 13 February 2020 19: 01 New
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      everyone has divan military. In real life, everything is a little different
  • Ros 56 13 February 2020 17: 47 New
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    And this is a very correct opinion, whoever would not speak against.
  • tlauicol 13 February 2020 17: 51 New
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    Chatter worthy of a layman in the kitchen, not a general.
    In the event of a direct collision, Turkey will close the straits and dry our bases in the bud. In addition to tomatoes, they have nothing to fear
    1. Alexander Seklitsky 13 February 2020 19: 05 New
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      Yeah and stay without tourists with 400 nuclear power plants and gas? Nah etozh not Ukrainians laughing In the case of kneading, not only our tourists will fly there, no others will fly. Since all airlines will cancel flights there automatically, so as not to repeat mistakes with the loss of civilian flights
      1. protoss 13 February 2020 19: 18 New
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        without our tourists - this is a kick, of course, but not strong. tourism for Turkey is 5% of GDP; our tourists make up a fifth of the total, i.e. Exaggerated 1% of GDP Gas Turks are able to replace LNG (the corresponding terminals are built and operate, Qatar is an ally) and Azerbaijan. AES is our popos, c400 has already been delivered.
        Turkish exports to the Russian Federation in the region of 4 billion are significant, about 2.5% of total exports, but again not a disaster.
        1. Alexander Seklitsky 13 February 2020 19: 29 New
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          Quote: protoss
          tourism for Turkey is 5%

          Oh oh Well, let's say. And how many are dissatisfied with Erdogan’s policy? And how many of them will be added with a column of 200 cargo? Have you forgotten about the coup attempt yet? And Erdogan probably remembers
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          AES is our popos

          Yeah, that is, the Turkish side does not need it from the word at all? laughing
          Quote: protoss
          The c400 is already delivered.

          How much is delivered? I remember another test debugging is in progress, and the crews are not trained.
          Quote: protoss
          Turkish exports to the Russian Federation in the region of 4 billion are significant, about 2.5% of total exports, but again not a disaster.

          And you know, a chicken pecking a grain, and in the aggregate, this war did not fall on the Turks in one place.
          1. protoss 13 February 2020 19: 36 New
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            Of course I did not fall, but what you described as a catastrophe does not pull. our export to Turkey, by the way, 15 yards. Are we ready to lose it?
  • protoss 13 February 2020 17: 53 New
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    summarizing the comments on the topic of idlib, I can say that all patriots are confident in our victory over Turkey if something happens, but in the end they rely only on nuclear weapons, while they are easily ready to sacrifice all the personnel in the himeim and tartus, realizing that they are not residents , and they are firmly convinced that NATO, primarily the United States (are they not Hiroshima / Nagasaki?), will not decide on a nuclear response.
    as I understand it, our population already has nothing to lose, a bright future is not visible, so to die with music.
    1. Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 18: 01 New
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      I got too who wants a big war
    2. Alexander Seklitsky 13 February 2020 19: 12 New
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      Quote: protoss
      summarizing the comments on the topic of idlib, I can say that all patriots are confident in our victory over Turkey

      And who is talking about the war with Turkey? They talk about the war in idlib. And this is not a word synonymous with Turkey. On the other side, no one wants to die either.
      1. protoss 13 February 2020 19: 21 New
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        everyone is talking. the full-length idlib war is clearly considered by everyone to be a losing one, and then the stories about the vigorous loaf begin.
        1. Alexander Seklitsky 13 February 2020 19: 38 New
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          Looks like you and I understand this "full growth" differently. Recall the wars in Korea and Vietnam. Things haven’t come to the loaf of loafs. Recall the recent aggravation of the Indo-Pakistani conflict. Where is it now? But they rattled like weapons. Even on the plane, each other was shot down by friends. So it is here. They will show their teeth and sit again at the table
          1. protoss 13 February 2020 19: 51 New
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            read the first comment, most local strategists rely on nuclear weapons. the standard line of thought is as follows:
            1) we are in law, if the Turks will wet Asad, we will have to wet the Turks,
            2) yes, but then the Turks will wet us and we will quickly end in Syria
            3) yes, but we are a nuclear power, then we will take the hell of Istanbul and Ankara to hell
            4) all of us will be scared and pretend that they did not notice. victory.
            1. Alexander Seklitsky 13 February 2020 20: 11 New
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              Well, in the first place. De jure the Turks will be wet Assad. And de facto it will remain in the shade. And secondly, the Turks will not officially wet us either. And they will wet the Assad. And how it comes out in a batch there, how the card will lie down. But it will not be long and not large-scale. And there are sofa armies on both sides of the barricades, so on the Internet more than once it will be "bang ... the whole world is in ruin ... but then" laughing
    3. Sadam 13 February 2020 20: 03 New
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      since the pluses of the minuses you equally draw conclusions that half of the readers are tired of life. truly free who is ready to die tomorrow)))
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        Quote: Sadam
        since the pluses of the minuses you equally draw conclusions that half of the readers are tired of life. truly free who is ready to die tomorrow)))

        Yes laughing
  • Tank jacket 13 February 2020 17: 57 New
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    PHCHMNP. Campaign Chuyka did not let me down.
  • Mentat 13 February 2020 18: 01 New
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    Quote: KBaHT_BpeMeHu
    Close the Bosphorus

    Based? This will come to them and hiccups so that they won’t be glad.
    Turkish actions in Syria have no legitimization. Zero. We have full carte blanche, incl. in accordance with the UN Charter. Turks in this situation from all sides are in a very deplorable position.
    Butting seriously in the legal, economic, and power fields with such an adversary as Russia, modern Turkey is simply not up to the grasp of the hat.
    1. Leshy1975 13 February 2020 18: 44 New
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      Turkish actions in Syria have no legitimization.

      And who when did it stop? We believe that NATO illegally bombed Yugoslavia. But they bombed them, not really bothering what we think.
      Most of the countries consider Crimea joining unannounced. But we attached it, not really bothering what they consider to themselves there. So it was and will be further.
      Quote: Mentat
      We have full carte blanche, incl. in accordance with the UN Charter

      So I do not understand, are you going to apply carte blanche against the Turks? And the performance characteristics of this wonderful weapon can be found?

      PS What you say is absolutely correct from the point of view of international law.
      But the right of the strong acts in the world much more often. hi
  • Zeev Zeev 13 February 2020 18: 01 New
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    I hope that this general understands that an attack by the Russian air forces on the Turkish army in Syria will have very unpleasant consequences for supplying both the Russian contingent in Syria and the Assad regime. It is quite easy to block the Bosphorus for Russian ships, and it is unlikely that it will be possible to supply BTA forces. An attempt to attack directly the territory of Turkey (and this country is still a member of NATO) may in general become an occasion for a world war.
    1. Vladimir_6 13 February 2020 19: 15 New
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      Quote: Zeev Zeev
      An attempt to attack directly the territory of Turkey (and this country is still a member of NATO) may in general become an occasion for a world war.

      Can you name the states that will declare war on Russia in this regard?
      1. Zeev Zeev 13 February 2020 20: 13 New
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        Announce? And who will have time to declare a world war? It just starts.
        1. Bodun 13 February 2020 20: 16 New
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          Quote: Zeev Zeev
          Announce? And who will have time to declare a world war? It just starts.

          The main thing to watch out for Israel! As soon as the main thing starts to scatter to Australia, all wait for the war, dig trenches
          1. Zeev Zeev 13 February 2020 20: 19 New
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            Run away from Israel? During the war? On the contrary, everyone will go back to Israel
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              Quote: Zeev Zeev
              Run away from Israel? During the war? On the contrary, everyone will go back to Israel

              laughing tongue wassat
              Why is your elite in Australia building bunkers? Probably ten meters dug simple ..? hi All of you are boasting, atu the hods themselves are shaking
              1. Zeev Zeev 13 February 2020 23: 58 New
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                Bunker in Australia? To escape there? I have not heard. Bunker in Israel? We have been building bomb shelters since 1941. For all.
        2. Vladimir_6 13 February 2020 23: 45 New
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          Quote: Zeev Zeev
          Announce? And who will have time to declare a world war? It just starts.

          Announce the entire list of states that will begin hostilities against Russia.
          If only the Poles with the Baltic states. And then on Facebook.
          Although I must tell you that the invasion of Turkey is not planned. The situation is just the opposite. And we are talking about the fact that the Turks will rake in Syria if they are too carried away by the search for adventure.
  • Tank jacket 13 February 2020 18: 03 New
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    Quote: Zeev Zeev
    I hope that this general understands that an attack by the Russian air forces on the Turkish army in Syria will have very unpleasant consequences for supplying both the Russian contingent in Syria and the Assad regime. It is quite easy to block the Bosphorus for Russian ships, and it is unlikely that it will be possible to supply BTA forces. An attempt to attack directly the territory of Turkey (and this country is still a member of NATO) may in general become an occasion for a world war.

    What are you saying? This is Assad. request
  • Mik1701 13 February 2020 18: 05 New
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    The Ministry of Agriculture reported that a quota for the import of tomatoes from Turkey to Russia has not yet been selected
    February 13, 2020, 12:48 | Economy
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    The Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation said that the quota for importing tomatoes from Turkey to Russia has not yet been selected, while about 150 thousand tons of products were delivered ... However, we must wait. →
    1. Tank jacket 13 February 2020 18: 13 New
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      Garbage reform is the disposal of barmaley.
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    the classics are eternal ..
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    With the support of the videoconferencing, then of course. The Khmeimim base has already demonstrated a hundred sorties per day and a hundred thousand point strikes per year, chewing on Ishil, and going through others if necessary.
    1. ender 13 February 2020 18: 22 New
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      and the Syrian Express will continue uninterrupted supply. but what about ..
      1. Andrey.AN 13 February 2020 18: 27 New
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        The Turks will not go into the open war with the Russian Federation, and the supply not only of the Bosphorus can live.
        1. ender 13 February 2020 18: 30 New
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          An open war with Turkey was proposed by you. and I’m listening with interest about alternative supply routes that provide “over a hundred sorties per day”
          1. Andrey.AN 13 February 2020 18: 33 New
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            It is a sin to negotiate, I did not suggest this. A hundred thousand strikes - one barge with ammunition, well, two.
            1. ender 13 February 2020 18: 40 New
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              "With the support of the videoconferencing, then of course"
              those. VKS attacks on Turkish troops, you do not consider an open war?

              "And a hundred thousand strikes - one barge with ammunition, well, two" - well, if the pilots will strike only from personal weapons - it can be a barge) and the full load of the Su-34 reaches 8t.
              1. Andrey.AN 13 February 2020 18: 44 New
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                A full load can and 8 tons, and a blow of 250 kg. This can be called a war if Turkey will arrange this war by declaring war on an ally of the Russian Federation.
                1. ender 13 February 2020 19: 06 New
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                  plan powerful strikes .. the Turks, unlike the broads and air defense available. and you are going to carry one bomb?
                  1. Andrey.AN 13 February 2020 19: 12 New
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                    The fact is that Russian aviation bombes anyone who wants to legally in Syria, representing the legitimate authorities of Syria, it’s illegal to shoot down it in the Syrian sky, it can fly to the palace, from the air defense of the Turks only S-400, the missiles to which the Russian Federation supplies, the Syrians also have air defense, armor, beeches and S-300 from fresh, an old one is also working.
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                      here you are funny with your "legal". I see such shots every day from the car at pedestrian crossings, the muzzle goes with a brick without looking back left / right with a sense of absolute priority on the road. it’s with this sense of “legitimacy” under the wheels that they die.
                    2. ender 13 February 2020 19: 38 New
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                      for now, these “whoever wants” are only local baboons. and yes, it’s not funny for you to use the word “lawfully” in the light of Turkey’s recent actions? Not to mention the past ..
                      as for the Turkish air defense, it is of course rather weak, but there is a place to be. Like 120 S-400 missiles ALREADY delivered to Erdogan. + not bad air force.
                      an easy walk will definitely not work
                  2. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 19: 18 New
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                    plan powerful strikes .. the Turks, unlike the broads and air defense available. and you are going to carry one bomb?

                    The Netherlands have not exported their Patriots from Turkey yet? This is what kind of air defense in Turkey, except for the S-400,
                    F-16?
                    1. ender 13 February 2020 19: 43 New
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                      for example, his "Hisar" s, the supply of which is now probably forcing, given the development of the situation.
                      and actually, what are bad, in this capacity, 2 hundreds of F-16s?
                  3. Geo⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 13 February 2020 21: 19 New
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                    Quote: ender

                    plan powerful strikes .. the Turks, unlike the broads and air defense have

                    The last decades are full of examples of what fate can befall a country with a kind of powerful and large army, after its systematic processing from unattainable positions for the armed forces of a given country. It is only necessary to have a “longer arm” and a little patience.
                    Gauges in this regard are no worse than Tomahawks. And if you systematically crush the enemy’s military infrastructure with missile weapons, then you can go to closer distances.
                    And further. Why does everyone forget about Iran? Iran also knows who it is betting on today.
                    Surprise people who are trying to put Turkey’s position in the comments as something enviable.
        2. Zeev Zeev 13 February 2020 20: 16 New
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          Can I find out the supply route of the Russian group without the Bosphorus? BTA? Expensive and scanty volumes. Around Europe? Long. Trucks through Iran and Iraq? Are you seriously?
          1. Geo⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 13 February 2020 20: 56 New
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            Quote: Zeev Zeev
            Can I find out the supply route of the Russian group without the Bosphorus?

            Why, right away, without the Bosphorus? If we are at war with Turkey, then we must be supplied through OUR Brsfor.
            Why play giveaways? It's not smart
    2. Professor Preobrazhensky 13 February 2020 19: 43 New
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      30 planes and helicopters based at Hmeimim, like that John Rambo will deal with the prevailing enemy forces.
      The only thing we should do when the ammunition and fuel runs out, pause, eat Twix?
      1. ender 13 February 2020 19: 46 New
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        The only thing we should do when the ammunition and fuel runs out, pause, eat Twix?


        here it has already been estimated that “one hundred thousand strikes - one barge with ammunition, well, two.”
        1. Professor Preobrazhensky 13 February 2020 21: 00 New
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          Then it’s not necessary to pull only two barges through the Bosphorus, you can try to swim with internal waters to the Tigris and Euphrates wink
      2. Geo⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 13 February 2020 21: 43 New
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        Quote: Professor Preobrazhensky
        30 airplanes and helicopters based on Khmeimim

        Why do you think that in which case, Russia will bind itself to 30 Hmeimim aircraft?
        1. Professor Preobrazhensky 13 February 2020 22: 14 New
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          Because it will be necessary to arrive at the theater of operations by requesting a corridor in the airspace of a number of countries. Try to map the route from any of our airdromes on the mainland to the Khmeimim base on the map, look over who you will fly, who will give the good, and who will simply knock off the s400 with our complexes
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            Quote: Professor Preobrazhensky
            Because it will be necessary to arrive at the theater of operations by requesting a corridor in the airspace of a number of countries

            From Crimea to Ankara 20 minutes of summer.
            You think in vain that in case of war Russia will sit on its hands and will fight back shaking its head. This is a complete surr. It is quite obvious that the plans of our General Staff in the event of a war with Turkey include work from the Crimea and from other southern regions of our country. Turkey’s long maritime border, which provided its peace tour industry, will become a gateway during the war that Turkey cannot close.
            For us, a war with Turkey is a serious operation; for Turkey, a war with us is suicide.
  • Lamata 13 February 2020 18: 42 New
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    Pralno general said, albeit retired.
  • Livonetc 13 February 2020 18: 53 New
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    And I wonder who the Faberge art objects are harder among Russians or Turks?

    Learn the story.
    However, the Turks have always been a serious opponent.
  • Retvizan 8 13 February 2020 19: 27 New
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    On our site already some sofa experts are starting to shout Zrada! And they say we warned, we talked!
    Only the SAA continues to advance and is not very afraid of the Turkish "mighty" army and the formidable statements of the Sultan!
    I think this is not just that, or someone considers himself smarter than the strategists from the General Staff who own the real situation and take ten steps forward!
    1. Retvizan 8 13 February 2020 19: 51 New
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      Well, here’s one clown who has already put a minus and “into silence”, and to give an argument “gut thin”, apparently a coward and an “all-wrist”.)))
  • Retvizan 8 13 February 2020 19: 29 New
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    Yes, luck will accompany our children and their allies!
  • Retvizan 8 13 February 2020 19: 45 New
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    There will be no war with the Turks, that's for sure, now it will be intelligibly brought to Erdogan that the Syrians only turned on the answer and that it is not good when the bandits covered by him disturb us and the Syrians.
    Do not understand, the offensive will continue.
    If she wants to go to the heap, she may get problems in Libya with Haftar, problems with the Kurds, well, of course, there are tomatoes and a tourist flow there.
  • Pytnik 13 February 2020 20: 03 New
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    Here's a little off topic, but about Syria: many consider the Avia pro resource to be the "yellow press", and they often post unverified info, but quite quickly, they also get pretty accurate information on yesterday's articles about the allegedly shot down Turkish F- 16, Mi -17, today they got a video fact that the helicopter was hit from the ground ....
  • OOSPN 668 13 February 2020 20: 42 New
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    The Turks need oil, so they won’t leave Syria. There won’t be a large-scale war there, but local conflicts will be anything.
    1. Sky strike fighter 13 February 2020 22: 15 New
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      Is there oil in Idlib? Oil in Rojava, but it is covered by the Americans, not the Turks.
    2. RideMaster 14 February 2020 02: 19 New
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      Level cheers patriot.
      The training manual has changed. Turks need clay and yolks. Spread, do not reflect.
    3. Nastia makarova 14 February 2020 11: 26 New
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      there is no oil there !!!
  • Mentat 13 February 2020 20: 47 New
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    Quote: Leshy1975
    Quote: Mentat
    Turkish actions in Syria have no legitimization.

    And who when did it stop? We believe that NATO illegally bombed Yugoslavia. But they bombed them, not really bothering what we think.

    Turkey is very, very far from NATO. And Russia today is far from Russia of that time.
    Here on the forum for some reason they constantly try to ascribe to Turkey the possibilities of the USA. Meanwhile, it is extremely far from reality. Turkey is a regional state with a lot of conflicts with neighbors, quarrels with Europe and the United States. They have many weaknesses.

    Quote: Mentat
    We have full carte blanche, incl. in accordance with the UN Charter

    So I do not understand, are you going to apply carte blanche against the Turks? And the performance characteristics of this wonderful weapon can be found?

    This miracle weapon is called truth and legitimacy. It works great. There is nothing to cover Turkey. He climbs into trouble, breaks the wood - he will cry bitterly. You do not even need any force.

    I already mentioned that Turkey lost $ 20 billion last time. This is never the limit. It is economically possible to put pressure on Turkey in such a way that it will simply crack, and this is not counting the discontent among the military, the followers of Gulen, the Kurds, Greece, lawyers, journalists and the “creative forces”, who have not forgotten at all about the purge of Erdogan.

    PS What you say is absolutely correct from the point of view of international law.
    But the right of the strong acts in the world much more often. hi

    In addition to the complete legitimacy of Russia's actions in Syria, the strength on our side is obvious to everyone. In the event of a serious conflict, to which they will try their best not to bring, of course, nothing shines for Turkey at all.
  • Imperial Technocrat 13 February 2020 20: 51 New
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    To deliver an ultimatum to Turkey - either the invaders leave Syrian territory, or Russia inflicts a thermonuclear strike on Istanbul and Ankara. That's all
    1. rich 13 February 2020 22: 06 New
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      Do not forget to evacuate tourists from Turkey just before the thermonuclear strike. It is very important yes
      1. We_smart 13 February 2020 22: 59 New
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        And civil engineers from nuclear power plants.
  • ziborov.vs 13 February 2020 21: 51 New
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    anxious. Not enough information. what's at the breakthrough point.
    Weighted statements by MIL and the General Staff suggest that they are ready for such a scenario.
    It pleases, but still ...
  • flicker 13 February 2020 22: 22 New
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    Erdogan's claims extend all the way to the Georgian city of Batumi.
    There his grandfather was born when she entered Turkey, so Georgia will have to give in.
  • Alexey from Perm 13 February 2020 22: 34 New
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    Stop talking, do it!
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    Finally, even though someone called a spade a spade, Turkey is an enemy and an occupier, and if we do not get rid of dangerous illusions about Turkey, we will face big, big problems in the geopolitical future
  • kig
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    In general, Syria is slowly turning into Spain of 1936 - citizens of one country are fighting on both sides, supported by other countries that are also involved in the conflict with limited forces.
  • tolmachiev51 14 February 2020 04: 12 New
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    - "The Syrian army (SAA), with the support of the Russian Air Force, has every right to strike at the Turkish invaders on its territory." - Erdoganushka envisioned, bought C400 !!! it concerns our VKS.
  • Stalllker 14 February 2020 05: 57 New
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    And what prevents the Syrians from launching the P17 and making a couple of dozen kilometers of mistakes and covering any command post of the Turks ??? And then apologize. Play by the Turkish rules
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    Turkey must leave Syria. Then the Turks will not die.
  • Miron 14 February 2020 08: 51 New
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    Less words, more punches
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    Quote: Miron
    Less words, more punches

    Erdogan will not be able to agree with Moscow on the division of Syria - he needs a new Ottoman Empire and only in this case he will continue to be the ruler of the Turks. But if he gets tough during the Syrian war, his days will be numbered. No closure of the straits will not help him. Russia will not fight officially with Turkey “officially”, just as NATO will not fight with Turkey, again “officially”, according to the NATO Charter. Everyone understands that the Idlibian gangs are supplied with arms both through Turkey and are supported by the actions of the Turkish Armed Forces against Assad’s troops. Moscow does not intend to divide Syria into pieces, and therefore Idlib will be Syrian, and all Turkish block posts on the M5 highway that remained in the rear will be squeezed out "peacefully". Erdogan's threats to bring down over Idlib And Russian planes and helicopters will cost Turkey much more than previous "tomatoes". soldier
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  • Sergey49 14 February 2020 13: 20 New
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    Right that is, yes there is no way.
  • Alnair 14 February 2020 14: 31 New
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    Maybe I don’t understand something, but, in my opinion, Erdogan behaves like a shaped nerd.
    Instead of fitting in with his lured militants in Idlib - which would inevitably lead to a clash with official Damascus, and through him - with Russia, he had to merge the militants and heroically announce the great Turkish victory over terrorism in neighboring Syria. Then, as a defender and a winner, sit down at the negotiating table with Assad, bargain a couple of some goodies, like Assad's oath promise to restrain the Syrian Kurds. And then, loudly and proudly declare their brilliant talents as President-negotiator and President-guarantor of security.
    How much do you need to be a person to not see such a chic opportunity for your own PR?
  • Ivanushka 15 February 2020 02: 10 New
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    This is not only a right, but also an obligation. The Syrians defend their homeland, and we use ALL means to help them. Stop being terpils. Already the whole world is laughing at Russia. Put tomatoes in Putin’s pockets. And the Turks piz..yule!
  • 75 Sergey 15 February 2020 08: 46 New
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    This is our last and decisive battle - the whole world is in ruin! But it's better than just fading away
  • Camille 15 February 2020 15: 41 New
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    Why publish such stupid articles here?