Ankara asks Moscow to "step aside" in Idlib

Ankara asks Moscow to "step aside" in Idlib

The situation in the Syrian province of Idlib can only be resolved if Russia "steps aside." This was stated by Turkish Minister of Defense Hulusi Akar, Turkish media reported.


The head of the Turkish military department said that the current situation in the Idlib de-escalation zone can only be resolved if Russia ceases to support Syrian government forces and "steps aside." However, he emphasized that "there can be no talk of confrontation between Turkey and Russia." According to Akar, there is a “healthy dialogue” between Ankara and Moscow, within the framework of which the parties are trying to solve the Idlib problem.

Negotiations with Russia on Idlib have not stalled, they will continue in the coming days. Turkey does not intend to revise Sochi agreement on Idlib

- said the Turkish minister.

Meanwhile, information appeared that Turkey intends to request from Russia the opening of airspace over the Idlib province, closed by Russia after the first clashes of the Syrian army with the Turks. According to the Turkish Minister of Defense, negotiations are underway and "difficulties can be overcome if Russia does not interfere."

According to Akar, this is necessary "to establish a ceasefire."

The minister stressed that Ankara has no problems with Moscow, and the “Syrian regime” is to blame for everything.
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  1. sergo1914 21 February 2020 08: 42 New
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    What's next? Nonaggression pact? With the following section ... well, for example, Israel?
    1. Horde1 21 February 2020 08: 56 New
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      Many already ask Moscow, for example, Israel. Oil regions for the United States, the Dutch Heights for Israel, Idlib for Turkey. Will they really gather Syria in a heap, or just talk about help?
      1. cniza 21 February 2020 09: 05 New
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        Quote: sergo1914
        What's next? Nonaggression pact? With the following section ... well, for example, Israel?


        We do not need war ...
        1. Paul Siebert 21 February 2020 10: 10 New
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          We do not need war ...

          If between humiliation and war we choose humiliation, we get both humiliation and war ...
          Old dogma!
          1. cniza 21 February 2020 17: 19 New
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            Nobody offers to humiliate themselves, but "dodging" the war is necessary.
        2. fk7777777 21 February 2020 10: 15 New
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          War is the continuation of the economy by political methods, that is, we are already at war ... All because of money ....
          1. Berber 21 February 2020 12: 48 New
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            As for the war - you are absolutely right. We have no partners. It has long been necessary to realize that there will be no agreement, either we them or they us. And everything will fall into place.
    2. Teacher67 21 February 2020 09: 03 New
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      If we refuse, there is every chance of getting problems in the Bosphorus.
      1. Hagalaz 21 February 2020 09: 12 New
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        Well, with the Bosphorus, it’s still a pitchfork in the water, but if you drift, then everyone will feel like kicking. In the Bosphorus as well.
      2. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 09: 14 New
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        if we make concessions, then this defeat and the more problems cannot be avoided
        1. Red
          Red 21 February 2020 09: 35 New
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          It is unlikely that something will change. The Sultan will boil, shoot, a couple of weeks will be calm, and then the Syrians will again begin to recapture their territory
          1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 09: 39 New
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            all right !!! I say it from the very beginning
            1. Vol4ara 21 February 2020 10: 40 New
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              Quote: Nastia Makarova
              all right !!! I say it from the very beginning

              No, from the very beginning you said that there will be a truce, everyone will remain in their places, and later the ssa will begin to advance again. But for now, it doesn't smell like a truce
              1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 10: 50 New
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                that's right, it will be, there will be a truce and an offensive, now the Turks will iron out the SAA for a couple of weeks and there will be an agreement and a truce, then after 3-4 months there will be an attack on the SAA only in the south of idlib
                1. serzh.kost 21 February 2020 11: 19 New
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                  probably something like this will be. the sultan will play a little war game, then announce a permogue, report on the thousands of killed Syrians, thousands of destroyed tanks, authority and pride are preserved, then the Russia-Turkey-Iran summit, Syria refuses further advancement in Idlib, Turkey again undertakes to restrain the terrorists, the M5 highway and all liberated territories remain with the CAA. for Assad, the option is not the best, but not the worst.
                2. Vol4ara 22 February 2020 01: 03 New
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                  Quote: Nastia Makarova
                  that's right, it will be, there will be a truce and an offensive, now the Turks will iron out the SAA for a couple of weeks and there will be an agreement and a truce, then after 3-4 months there will be an attack on the SAA only in the south of idlib

                  It would be great if so
        2. 9PA
          9PA 21 February 2020 09: 54 New
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          Not to be brewed to take into account, to barter, yes
        3. no one 21 February 2020 10: 17 New
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          And if you don’t go, everything will be fine?
          1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 10: 19 New
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            everyone will be fine too, everyone agreed a long time ago
      3. SanSanych Gusev 21 February 2020 09: 40 New
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        The most important thing is not to stay awake
        1. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 21 February 2020 10: 00 New
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          Quote: SanSanych Gusev
          The most important thing is not to stay awake
          Erdogan can also be guided by this "wisdom", and then the competition will begin, who is frostbitten.
          1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 10: 20 New
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            will be moderate, a couple of weeks will fight so as not to lose face
            1. bessmertniy 21 February 2020 10: 39 New
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              Erdon makes it clear that the opposition will begin to carry his "face on table". negative
              1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 10: 48 New
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                that’s exactly what he wants to destroy this opposition, especially radicals, not all groups are subject to the Turks
                1. bessmertniy 21 February 2020 10: 53 New
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                  Unfortunately, the Islamic opposition takes over, not the secular. Therefore, the conflict between Turkey and Syria may drag on.
                  1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 11: 03 New
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                    the conflict will be very long, at least as long as Erdogan, the main thing is that there should be less collisions
                    1. Red
                      Red 21 February 2020 12: 44 New
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                      As for the fact that it will be a long time, it is doubtless. But I think the question is not in the Sultan, they will squeeze it out slowly. The big question is what to do with Kurds and minke whales from overseas.
                      1. Nastia makarova 21 February 2020 13: 07 New
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                        Asad must agree with the Kurds, the minke whales themselves will leave when there are no events
                      2. Red
                        Red 21 February 2020 13: 09 New
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                        They are events. No minke whales themselves have not left anywhere. Afghanistan, Iraq is an example
    3. megadeth 21 February 2020 15: 36 New
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      I don’t know if it’s accurate, but they say Khrushchev once said: - “we don’t need the Bosphorus, if we need to dig our own“ atom ”..
  • Pessimist22 21 February 2020 08: 43 New
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    Bomb the militants so that they piss with fear at night.
    1. Grandfather Crimea 21 February 2020 09: 03 New
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      And Turkish psychologists worked tirelessly or whatever they usually put)))))))
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  • Mountain shooter 21 February 2020 08: 46 New
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    Clear. "Hacked the back." I am not me and not my horse, the "bloody Assad", poisoning people with chlorine is to blame for everything ... Something familiar, painfully. Can they open the sky? And step aside? Hmm ... Kindergarten, pants on the straps ...
  • Zhan 21 February 2020 08: 47 New
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    The minister stressed that Ankara has no problems with Moscow, and the “Syrian regime” is to blame for everything.

    Straight mysticism is some .. smile
    1. Gray brother 21 February 2020 08: 52 New
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      Quote: Zhan
      Straight mysticism is some ..

      Tourists will leave, if that.
      1. Teacher67 21 February 2020 08: 56 New
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        There is nothing to rub there at all ..
        1. Gray brother 21 February 2020 09: 24 New
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          Quote: Teacher67
          There is nothing to rub there at all ..

          I agree. However, this cannot be explained with a wooden waist-high belt - they answer to any argument “I am not interested in politics”, and then when the politician becomes interested in them, they scream “take me away from here”.
          1. DenZ 21 February 2020 10: 13 New
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            Quote: Gray Brother
            they answer “I am not interested in politics”, and then when the politics begins to be interested in them, they scream “take me away from here”.

            They took it straight from the tongue. And there are many.
  • Victor_B 21 February 2020 08: 51 New
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    Ankara asks Moscow to "step aside" in Idlib

    But ho ho not huh hu?
    Right now!
    We only stroke the laces!
  • maiman61 21 February 2020 08: 51 New
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    Yes, no problems! Turks get out of Idlib, Russia is moving away! Let the Syrians tumble themselves!
    1. Vadim Zhivov 21 February 2020 11: 10 New
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      Your words yes to the Turks in the ears .. I would give you a hundred pluses on put hi
  • _TANKIST_ 21 February 2020 08: 52 New
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    "... they get a donut hole, not Sharapova ...." am
  • anjey 21 February 2020 08: 52 New
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    The minister stressed that Ankara has no problems with Moscow, and the “Syrian regime” is to blame for everything.
    Democrats with a Turkish accent laughing
  • vvvjak 21 February 2020 08: 53 New
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    "Step aside"
    this is tantamount to surrender. Well, no way
  • Azazelo 21 February 2020 08: 53 New
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    They became so bold, did the video about "We are one family" really work? They have already forgotten where NATO sent the Turks after the downing of Peshkov. Dogs stooped !!!!
  • Zaurbek 21 February 2020 08: 54 New
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    The Russian Federation, in turn, needs to change the composition of its aircraft at the base (s) in the direction of increasing the capabilities of air defense and air defense systems. Replace Su24 with Su34, as the latter can themselves carry out their air defense and relocate more Su35S in view of the fact that we do not have small systems of early warning systems ... maybe MiG31. And it will be a good signal to the Turks. And you need to bring the composition of the C400 on the base to a complete set.
  • Polymer 21 February 2020 08: 55 New
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    the current situation in the idlib de-escalation zone can be resolved only if Russia ceases to support the Syrian government forces and "steps aside"

    Obviously, this means "deciding in favor of the militants and Turkey"? I hope this is precisely why Russia will not agree to "step aside."
  • rocket757 21 February 2020 08: 57 New
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    According to Akar, there is a “healthy dialogue” between Ankara and Moscow, within the framework of which the parties are trying to solve the Idlib problem.

    Cool! To whom did the truth begin to reach ???
    If you look, it's not too late to change anything, decide, show sanity.
    1. cniza 21 February 2020 09: 03 New
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      Nobody wants to fight in full force, common sense must win. hi
      1. rocket757 21 February 2020 09: 11 New
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        Quote: cniza
        Nobody wants to fight in full force, common sense must win. hi

        All parties to the conflict will lose, but the winners will jump out of their pants for joy !!!
        Neither we, nor Turkey, nor Syria will really succeed in rejoicing, that's for sure.
        Common sense should prevail. After all, nothing is too late ... there will be some costs, but against the background of possible \ mandatory losses this is a real trifle!
        1. cniza 21 February 2020 09: 14 New
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          The stripes are doing everything so that the Sultan is completely brutalized - become bolder and attacked the Russian military ...
          1. rocket757 21 February 2020 10: 09 New
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            "Sultan" and he’s very much to ruin everything. he is a typical oriental one with a mustache.
            Minke whales can just rejoice quietly / loudly.
            1. cniza 21 February 2020 17: 17 New
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              Quote: rocket757

              Minke whales can just rejoice quietly / loudly.


              Which they do, tossing all sorts of messages to the Sultan.
              1. rocket757 21 February 2020 19: 25 New
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                Quote: cniza
                Which they do, tossing all sorts of messages to the Sultan.

                Promises, they have it please ... although, with the air defense system, they seem to have broken it off or postponed it for very later.
                1. cniza 21 February 2020 20: 36 New
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                  No, they promise him moral help - you and I. lol
  • Sergey Averchenkov 21 February 2020 08: 59 New
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    “On February 18, Sechin and Lukashenko met in Minsk. Lukashenko said he was counting on agreements on further cooperation.” That's all, and who is here against Belarus? News from RT. I said that everything will settle down. I apologize for being off topic.
  • cniza 21 February 2020 09: 01 New
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    Negotiations with Russia on Idlib have not stalled, they will continue in the coming days. Turkey does not intend to revise Sochi agreement on Idlib


    The game of nerves ...
  • Boris55 21 February 2020 09: 03 New
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    In order for Erdagan to ride half-bent to Moscow, all that is needed is for us all to stop going to Antalya and buy Turkish tomatoes, and for this we don’t have to wait for any signs from the Kremlin. Together we can make our own foreign policy. The main thing is to realize.
  • BIABIA 21 February 2020 09: 03 New
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    The situation in the Syrian province of Idlib can only be resolved if Turkey "removes itself from Syrian land!" Step aside.
  • askort154 21 February 2020 09: 06 New
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    The minister stressed that Ankara has no problems with Moscow, and the “Syrian regime” is to blame for everything.

    Greyhound! A hornet’s nest was built on the territory of Syria, not only for Syria, but also for the Russian base, regularly attacking it with their UAVs. We had to gouge this "nest" for a long time, and now everything would be quiet. And so it happened - the “Sochi agreement”, an analogue of “Minsk-1”. When the enemy is on the verge of defeat - shouts, let’s “agree”, we generously go to meet him. As a result, the protracted
    smoldering war.
  • flicker 21 February 2020 09: 08 New
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    Ankara asks Moscow to "step aside" in Idlib
    Alas, we cannot do this, including for the sake of saving Turkey. Turkey today "jumps" along the neo-Ottoman path prescribed to it by the United States. Prescribed in order to fill the blood with BV and eventually die. We are trying to return Turkey to the path prescribed by Ataturk. That is why we are building the "Turkish stream", nuclear power plants, expanding trade and economic cooperation, etc.
    In general, Turkey should take a closer look at intelligence head Hakan Fidan (who studied in the United States), it is likely that he works for the CIA, just as his mentor Gulen does.
    1. Simple 21 February 2020 11: 29 New
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      So the portrait of Ataturk hangs in the office of the chief of the General Staff of Turkey.
      1. flicker 21 February 2020 12: 55 New
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        And the portrait is hanging, and the Ataturk Mausoleum in Ankara stands, we can say that all the FORMALITIES are present, but Ataturk does not have the political maturity.
        1. Simple 22 February 2020 01: 27 New
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          Well said.
          But to "transplant" Erdogan into the "political maturity" of Ataturk is unrealistic.

          Alas, the train has already passed a possible turn.

          Autocracy. it's like a whirlpool from which there is no way out.
  • Chaldon48 21 February 2020 09: 12 New
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    The Russian leadership is demonstrating to Turkey its position and this is a position of strength.
  • Livonetc 21 February 2020 09: 27 New
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    Perfectly.
    Moscow will not depart, and Ankara will stand aside.
    She was offered the honor, but she could not cope.
    Now let him look to learn.
  • Ros 56 21 February 2020 09: 29 New
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    It is better for the Turks to return home, it will suit everyone except the Turks, but such is la la vie. bully
  • ufpb 21 February 2020 09: 38 New
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    I think we don’t have to hang all the dogs on Erdogan. He has a problem with the army, as Yanukovych had a problem in 2014, for the most part (unit commanders) they don’t really support their commander in chief. NATO, namely the United States, works well with mid-level officers. Moscow Region and the chief of the General Staff do not do weather.
  • kebeskin 21 February 2020 09: 39 New
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    Erdogan is now in the top position. Initially, they entered Sioia to fight ISIS; now it turns out that we are already at war with the kaimitot obscure pro-Turkish barmels. Unfriendly gas pipe in Ukraine changed to Turkish. Which can also be easier to block. C400 sold which also against us can sing. Well, the most interesting thing is if you block the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles, hello to the supply of our troops. There will only be an air express on which you can not take much. So the situation is not simple.
  • Jeremiah 21 February 2020 09: 47 New
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    Well, of course, if we hadn’t built yachts to Abromovich and Gundyaev, if we hadn’t fed physiognomies to governors and police generals, then we could have a fleet in the Black Sea, the squadron of which became in direct visibility from Istanbul. so the fleet has enough to nightmare the kuevsky pelvis and poachers. But the Turkish fleet is a real force and coastal airfields too .. And what about the disputes about an aircraft carrier or an aircraft carrying cruiser, for example, the same one that the Indians were sold .... And then poor Kuzya does not sail and does not sink ... And I really want you to not wipe your feet and do nothing for this ..
    1. DenZ 21 February 2020 10: 21 New
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      Quote: Jeremiah
      And the Turkish fleet is a real force and coastal airfields too.

      And our coastal batteries are not real strength? Missiles reach Turkey very well from the other side of the Black Sea (and to Turkish airfields). Does this seem unknown to you? Only the position of our only aircraft-carrying cruiser, which by the way is not at all in the Black Sea, for some reason excites you. Losing position, demagoguery.
      1. Jeremiah 21 February 2020 11: 04 New
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        The position of your aircraft carrier cruiser allows him to be anywhere with the same benefit. They mentioned sold ships and Kuzya as an indicator of the readiness and condition of the fleet. Coastal batteries of Crimea and Taman? "Bastions"? You can record it.It is intended to destroy surface ships of various classes and types from the composition of amphibious assault forces, convoys, naval and aircraft carrier strike groups, as well as single ships and ground-based radio-contrast targets in conditions of intense fire and electronic countermeasures. Turkey is no longer in the Stone Age and they also have electronic warfare systems. and missile defense too. And the fact that the performance characteristics promise to fly does not mean that the missiles will reach their targets. The percentage of serviceability of rockets, as always +/- 70? “Gauges? There’s simply not enough of them. Besides, you immediately get the largest ulcer in the Caucasus behind you. The straits are closing. Turkish aviation and now the Ottomans won’t look at it with enthusiasm for the missile positions. The experience of your pilots ... it’s very controversial that the radar and missile armament are also permeated with all the local posts, these are the statements of people who hope to sit out on sofas while others will die, it’s not clear why ... And then they will tearfully remember drinking them on holidays vodka for peace ... and for great Russia.
        1. serzh.kost 21 February 2020 11: 28 New
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          Turkish fanboys, stop taking wishful thinking and frighten the Turkish threat here. could close the straits - would close already. and how long.
          you would have to work as advisers to the sultan, I don’t know why you are not sending your resume yet laughing
          1. Jeremiah 21 February 2020 13: 59 New
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            Watch the wonderful movie "Officers" There are the right words: "To think !!! The commander must think, not to wave his saber" The thought process was always difficult, and the cries, they say we are great, we are the third Rome, for God, the king and the Fatherland, little blood. a mighty blow, which then poured into the Crimean War, in Manchuria, Tsushima, East Prussia, Warsaw, thousands of frozen in Finland, millions of prisoners, head-on attacks on prepared positions. may add from the history of modern Russia. The easiest way to declare the enemy ... This was already in the thirties. While changing your mind
            1. serzh.kost 21 February 2020 14: 12 New
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              war is always bad, this is an extreme option. but this does not cancel the need to firmly uphold their interests, to make sure that the enemy is also not tempted to start an escalation.
              and the reality in my opinion is that the Sultan will not break all ties with Moscow for a piece of Syrian land, then there will be no turning back.
              it is BV with its intrigues, and Turkey needs Russia to receive its economic dividends and in a tangle of contradictions with the United States.
              and how many wars were launched through the fault of Russia and how many through the fault of “partners”?
              1. Jeremiah 21 February 2020 15: 04 New
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                I agree. You just need to clearly understand your capabilities. Better overestimate the enemy and underestimate yourself
  • Aleks2048 21 February 2020 09: 49 New
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    I read the article ... I read the comments ... It is curious that neither the article nor the comments really ask the question, why are we in Syria? Without an answer to which it is not possible to resolve the question of whether it is worth entering into confrontation with Turkey. From the very beginning of our participation in the conflict in Syria, the true goals of our presence in Syria have not been outlined. You can only believe in the fight against ISIS because of the scarcity of your imagination. The fight against ISIS can only be a secondary concomitant target. You might think that ISIS was actively planning to attack the Russian Federation. ISIS we kind of according to the statement of our supreme defeated ... So why are we now in Syria? Turks pretend on the territory of our two undersupply in Syria? And another question, let’s say with the Turks, we’ll quarrel now and they’ll leave, but what will we do with the United States, which have underdeveloped territories in Syria and even pump up Syrian resources? And then questions only multiply, let’s say that you free the territory of Syria from the militants and foreign troops, will this end our humanitarian aid to Syria or will we defend Syria? How far will we look in the foreign policy of "brotherhood" and "friendship of peoples", and not temporary coincidences of commercial interests?
    1. Tzar 21 February 2020 10: 20 New
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      Quote: Alex2048
      why are we in Syria?

      The answer to the question is in Putin's quote
      Sometimes a thought occurs to me myself - can our bear sit quietly and not drive piglets and pigs through the taiga? Can he eat berries and honey? No. Everyone always wants to put a bear on a chain. And as soon as they succeed in planting, they will tear out both their teeth and claws. And as soon as this happens, then the bear is not needed. They will clean up the taiga right away ”

      If we are not there, there will be those who are against us.
      1. Aleks2048 21 February 2020 10: 23 New
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        The answer to the question is in Putin's quote

        And in the case there are still mudrisms from the Most Serene?
        We will not be there - there will be those who are against us.

        Do you have your own thoughts?
        1. Tzar 21 February 2020 10: 59 New
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          Quote: Alex2048
          Do you have your own thoughts?

          I have, but why paint them in detail for the twentieth time, if possible briefly and succinctly. Moreover, your comment is quite provocative, repeating hackneyed phrases:
          Quote: Alex2048
          From the very beginning of our participation in the conflict in Syria, the true goals of our presence in Syria have not been outlined.

          The goal was identified - supporting the official government and the fight against terrorism. and this remains to this day. Or do you want the mountain to be issued: “We want to establish our sphere of influence in Syria”?
          Quote: Alex2048
          You might think that ISIS was actively planning to attack the Russian Federation

          Imagine, many radicals from the Russian Federation left there, and they were going to return.
          Quote: Alex2048
          Turks pretend on the territory of our two undersupply in Syria?

          The appetites of the Turks are much more extensive.
          1. Aleks2048 21 February 2020 18: 01 New
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            Imagine, many radicals from the Russian Federation left there, and they were going to return.

            Or maybe cheaper companies in Syria with an incomprehensible humanitarian bias to equip the border of the Russian Federation, airports, train stations, etc. adequate means so that terrorists do not leak to us. And all this miracle could be made from domestic components. Can you imagine how the economy would move?
            1. Tzar 21 February 2020 18: 47 New
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              It is unlikely that this will help; in Europe there is good control, but they even penetrate it. So the campaign is more reliable and more useful for the army.
              1. Aleks2048 22 February 2020 02: 10 New
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                It is unlikely that this will help; in Europe there is good control, but they even penetrate it. So the campaign is more reliable and more useful for the army.

                The United States carries "democracy" around the world, and September XNUMXth happened to them.
    2. Jeremiah 21 February 2020 10: 44 New
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      So that gas from Kuwait does not go to Europe ... That's why you are there
    3. Charik 21 February 2020 12: 26 New
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      it's all about the 'pipe'
  • sagitch 21 February 2020 09: 50 New
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    This is our cow, and we must milk it. A full milk can only be obtained from a whole, healthy cow.
  • serzh.kost 21 February 2020 09: 54 New
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    check and mate, Turkey transferred S-400 air defense systems to the border with Syria.
  • rotmistr60 21 February 2020 09: 59 New
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    You see, Ankara and Moscow have no problems. But at the same time declares
    if Russia ceases to support Syrian government forces and "step aside"
    But does he begin to lay straws under the authority of Erdogan? The Turks will not succeed with the idea of ​​Idlib and one can always refer to the fact that Russia did not "step aside", and we were not going to fight with it.
  • Roman070280 21 February 2020 10: 13 New
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    Russia will cease to support Syrian government forces and will "step aside."

    Well, straightforward simplicity itself ..
    We’ve been doing it for 5 years that we supported Assad .. despite the quarrels with the USA and NATO ..
    and here we have to take it and move away ..
    He would still at the same time offered to give Crimea to Ukraine ..))
  • Lamata 21 February 2020 10: 31 New
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    We have an agreement with the SAR, but what about the Turks?
    1. Grits 21 February 2020 11: 11 New
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      Quote: Lamata
      We have an agreement with the SAR, but what about the Turks?

      Also a contract. Only with barmaleys
      1. Lamata 21 February 2020 11: 43 New
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        barmalei recognized by the UN? let the un and dummy.
  • Horon 21 February 2020 10: 36 New
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    The minister stressed that Ankara has no problems with Moscow, and the “Syrian regime” is to blame for everything.

    The problem of Turkey is rather the reluctance to disarm its proxies by making them truly peaceful people, in which case it would be easier for Moscow to explain the protection of the civilian population from the "regime". In the meantime, the word "peaceful" somehow too poorly combines with guns hung with weapons, now and then bullying SSA.
  • Lelek 21 February 2020 11: 25 New
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    According to Akar, there is a “healthy dialogue” between Ankara and Moscow, within the framework of which the parties are trying to solve the Idlib problem.

    A healthy dialogue or illness is not important in principle. Cases and their results are important. And they (IMHO) are like this - Turkish units at the beginning of the week ended up in the "cauldron" and the Russian military took them out of the "cauldron" and sent them to the border

    At the request of the SAA, the Russian air forces delivered a powerful blow to the "bearded" in Idlib.

    And Turkey nevertheless went on an aggravation and attacked the SAA.

    In general, the agreements are poher, how the situation will (and whether) "settle down" is not clear. But as a result of its behavior in BV, Turkey acquires yet another adversary:
  • Roman 57 rus 21 February 2020 11: 42 New
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    Maybe now just the disposal of barmaley ?? No wonder they were collected there? And graters with Turks, so that the barmalei did not understand that they would be disposed of ??
    1. orionvitt 21 February 2020 14: 23 New
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      It turns out that in order to destroy the barmaley, it is absolutely necessary to pump them with weapons, equipment, and cover up the Turkish military? What a strange method. It was just that Turkey had forgotten imperial ambitions. The old woman remembered how young she was.
  • Charik 21 February 2020 12: 15 New
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    it’s not my fault (Turkey), he himself came (Assad in Idlib)
  • Professor Preobrazhensky 21 February 2020 12: 43 New
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    We are fighting there because of the hydrocarbon market and, accordingly, fighting there due to the sale of hydrocarbons.
    For us it’s like breathing to live and living to breathe.
    For us, the interests of Syria or Turkey are secondary, if we leave this war, we will lose the European gas market and our economy will collapse.
  • sleeve 21 February 2020 12: 47 New
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    But in general, what's the matter? The situation, as always in the Middle East, requires a compromise. Assad still has endless political credit inside Syria. In an idlib, a truncated form will create an enclave with access to Turkey. Free exchange of populations will balance the situation. In return it’s cunning .... diplomatic Russia will encircle the borders of the enclave with beautiful instructions for use, so much so that there will be eternal tension without development. The Turks will tire of feeding a whole crowd of burials in 30 years. A Palestinian carousel will go. Well, maybe some other nuances, without much deviation from the topic. Well, it’s not a bad, eternal point of tension, where if you remove us, it will be sour, and if you don’t remove us, you need to listen.
  • Butchcassidy 21 February 2020 14: 08 New
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    Hold your pocket wider))
  • orionvitt 21 February 2020 14: 19 New
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    Ankara has no problems with Moscow, and the “Syrian regime” is to blame.

    But Moscow has no problems with Ankara, the "American regime" is to blame. Turkey can buck up and show its phi USA for any length of time, everyone knows the true state of things. Or we don’t know where the legs of most problems in the Middle East come from.
  • Metallurg_2 21 February 2020 22: 00 New
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    Though they don’t need to shut up, just like a little Brittany - that’s good.
  • tolmachiev51 23 February 2020 04: 11 New
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    - "if Russia ceases to support the Syrian government forces and" steps aside "—and you for whom, for the" white or for the red "!? or like penguins for oil !!!