Erdogan said the positive development for the events in Turkey in Idlib

Erdogan said the positive development for the events in Turkey in Idlib

The situation in the Syrian province of Idlib is developing according to the Turkish scenario and in favor of Ankara, recent events speak about this, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said.


Speaking today in the Turkish capital, he said that recent events in Idlib show that the "regime" (Syrian - approx) has big losses when only a few people lost as Turkish troops.

Now the events in Idlib are developing in our favor. We have three dead, but the regime has big losses. Our struggle continues there. Negotiations with the Russian Federation are ongoing

- He said, adding that the Turkish army is legally in Syrian territory, based on an agreement concluded by the parties in 1998 in Adana.

At the same time, Erdogan claims that Ankara is not satisfied with the outcome of negotiations with Russia on Idlib and therefore Turkey is ready for a military operation in the region. He once again recalled that if Russia does not exert pressure on Damascus and Assad does not withdraw his forces by the end of February, then the Turks will launch an offensive.

In turn, the Russian Foreign Ministry, in the person of its head Sergei Lavrov, accused Turkey of not fulfilling the Idlib agreements, the main of which is Ankara’s inability to dissociate the Syrian armed opposition from terrorists, while the Turks declare that all requirements are met.

Russian-Turkish consultations on the situation in Idlib continue in Ankara. So far, the parties have not agreed on anything.
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  1. cniza 27 February 2020 16: 25 New
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    By the way, Russian-Turkish consultations on the situation in Idlib continue in Ankara, while the parties have not agreed on anything.


    Political games are going on there ...
    1. Diana Ilyina 27 February 2020 16: 58 New
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      cniza (Victor)
      Political games are going on there ...
      This is bad. How many times during the conduct of hostilities did the military stop from the complete destruction of the enemy for the sake of political conjuncture? And almost never did anything good. At least in the post-Soviet period, for sure. Take also a stopped attack on Tbilisi or stopped LDNR. They were stopped exactly at the moment when it was necessary to develop success on the contrary, but where is it with our politicians ?! Grandmas are more important than the lives of our soldiers.
      1. You still do not understand the essence of freezing conflicts.
  2. master 52 27 February 2020 16: 25 New
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    Of course, the loss of Serakib is again the battles for his return and sacrifice, but a good pace taken in the south will force the militants to rush and the return of Serakib will happen from Friday to Saturday, since further losses in the south are even more dangerous for Turkey.
    1. Sky strike fighter 27 February 2020 16: 33 New
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      The map is on the link below. As if at such a pace the Turks would not have repelled the entire M5 highway.
      It was not possible to capture the southern suburb of Jubas right away. The militants suffered losses and retreated. After the "processing" of the village by Turkish self-propelled guns, at 16:00 the Islamists took it, and an hour later the village of Dadikh. At the moment, the militants control all the suburbs of Serakib and the 12-km section of the M-5 highway

      http://warsonline.info/siriia/novosti/siriia/serakib260220-31.html
      This is what interests me. Why are they not suppressing Turkish artillery? SAA does not have MLRS? The same Msta-B pulled to Serakib.
      1. master 52 27 February 2020 16: 37 New
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        politics is also present here, the sultan is allowed to save face.
        1. Sky strike fighter 27 February 2020 16: 39 New
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          So is it a war or a game of giveaways? It would be necessary to decide.
          1. master 52 27 February 2020 16: 45 New
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            Well, I think that a group of 40 k militants should be fed water and armed it all costs a lot of money if it were a purely military operation without politics, like in 2000, they first saddled the border, then they would start where by force and where the word is put up and this is a big game and that's it what we see is just the tip of the iceberg. purely my opinion do not judge strictly
            1. You are a plus. Somewhere decreased - somewhere increased. Further, the tops will discuss the situation and decide. In such situations, "up to melt" reasonable people do not step. IMHO
          2. Andrey.AN 27 February 2020 17: 03 New
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            it’s not necessary where they are attacking to sit, expecting that they will get tired of shining, this is a tactical war, you can probably retreat, free the training ground for the invaders, there are no civilians there, then come up, then retreat again, everyone is busy with business. Tactics.
            1. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 18 New
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              How do you know that there are no peace? You were there? Or is it not visible from the sofa? Climb the mast.
        2. serzh.kost 27 February 2020 17: 02 New
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          a protective reaction of the psyche, after long victorious relayings, suddenly a defeat and the brain begins to cling to a straw, to invent all sorts of conspiracy theories.
          why should Russia do that? Erdogan’s problems are Erdogan’s problems, he is the Sultan!
          and Russia is not so omnipotent as to put its proteges in the presidency of the United States, as well as Turkey.
        3. primaala 27 February 2020 17: 16 New
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          Quote: 52 master
          politics is also present here, the sultan is allowed to save face.

          ===
          It would be better "dipped." The benefits are more ...
        4. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 15 New
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          Did ZamSultana tell you this?
      2. Grits 27 February 2020 17: 48 New
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        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        Why not suppress Turkish artillery? SAA does not have MLRS? The same Msta-B pulled to Serakib.

        The SAA has both artillery and MLRS and Tochka-U and aviation. Only for some reason all this was silent.
        1. bayard 27 February 2020 22: 49 New
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          Quote: Gritsa
          The SAA has both artillery and MLRS and Tochka-U and aviation. Only for some reason all this was silent.

          Dots were used, although apparently limitedly. And Hurricanes with Tornadoes, too. But this was before such an active involvement of the Turks. The Turks also have something to answer. And more will be Syrian. Their MLRS range are from 100 to 280 km. - A kind of Turkish "Polonaise" on the MZKT with Chinese missiles (license). Erdagan won the task of destroying the Syrian S-300 with his MLRS, and this is quite possible for them.
          In short, the Sultan suffered.
          But the Syrians are now without the help of the Iranians in any way - their infantry is not enough.
          We need asymmetric actions on the Turks. Maybe in Libya (a couple more ships to sink), maybe through the Kurds, including the Turkish Kurds.
          If Turkey now closes the straits for us, then we have nothing to regret about them - give the Kurds parabellum. It is a pity that this is necessary, but the debt should be decorated with a payment.
          If you don’t agree.
          Tomatoes are already blocked.
          And apparently not only.
          They are us - airspace for passage and now the straits ...
          Erdogan is now proudly upset in four areas of expansion:
          - idlib
          - Iraqi Kurdistan
          - Libya
          - Cyprus.
          With all around he bit, and only enters into a rage.
          But on its territory, such states as Great Armenia (on the historical territory), Asia Minor and Kurdistan (much without it) may well appear. I am afraid that in the territory of these states the Turks themselves will be very hard ... But they are stubbornly striving to create them.
      3. protoss 27 February 2020 18: 45 New
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        Fyrtyn will be a backyard, maybe that's why?
        track route, but what prevents the green from going east to Abu Duhur?
      4. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 14 New
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        They have Points, and Hurricanes, and MLRS, and OTRK, but there is no main wink
  3. tihonmarine 27 February 2020 16: 30 New
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    Now the events in Idlib are developing in our favor. We have three dead, but the regime has big losses.
    In general, the seizure of Syria is evident. The UN is silent and will not notice anything.
    1. master 52 27 February 2020 16: 34 New
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      and what can the UN do? if it’s a tame American organization, this organization has outlived itself still in the year 99 during the attack on Yugoslavia
    2. protoss 27 February 2020 18: 48 New
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      Together with the states, we ourselves turned the UN into an empty talking room. our endless ping-pong with them in vetoing.
      1. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 21 New
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        With the tongue removed))
        1. bayard 27 February 2020 23: 03 New
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          Does Comrade Katz offer to give up?
          I'm talking about the veto.
          This is a normal workflow - an elephant in a china shop must be restrained.
          And Erdogan ... it's just a unique case. Having quarreled (in vain - penguins do not forgive such a thing) with the Americans, with the Europeans (thanks for the migrants and the active Turkish community in Germany), with Greece and Israel for Cyprus, Syria and Russia in Idlib, Iraq in Kurdistan ... by the Saudis from behind Qatar. .. he continues to stubbornly drag like a ram onto the gate ... In all directions ... Against all.
          But harem pants from such a stretch on four stools can burst.
          And along and across.

          I am very upset by Recep's behavior.
          Highly .
          But everything could be so good ... but with a smart Recep.
          A vigorous ram, which butts everyone, gets into pilaf earlier than others.
  4. SanSanych Gusev 27 February 2020 16: 39 New
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    Oil tankers have not yet been answered
    1. anjey 27 February 2020 16: 48 New
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      Turks for stolen Syrian oil laughing .
  5. Demagogue 27 February 2020 16: 42 New
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    There is not much positive, of course. The Barmalei were drawn into Serakib, but this is a weak achievement. Key heights have not yet been recaptured, but the flanks have opened. They will knock them out of there.
    1. flicker 27 February 2020 22: 25 New
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      Barmalei pulled into Serakib, but this is a weak achievement
      And if the Syrians block the M4 highway (and taking into account the latest successes in the south - this is quite feasible), then the value of Serakib will be comparable simply to an ordinary settlement.
    2. bayard 27 February 2020 23: 11 New
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      It would be something to knock out. The Syrians have very few fighting infantry. Yes, and they ran out of steam in recent weeks, and the Turks piled fresh forces. They now have fire superiority in the MLRS and artillery there. And a subtle point - before the Syrians and the air forces bombed the Turkish proxies, and now we must directly suppress the TURKISH fire weapons.
      This is another quality of the conflict and requires other means. Both quantitatively and qualitatively.
      And the political solution to the conflict is with Turkey, and not international terrorists.
      Making such decisions is not easy.
  6. Thrifty 27 February 2020 16: 57 New
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    On the territory of Syria, the Turkish military is the usual "cannon fodder", and Erdogad must be prepared for the fact that he will soon consider his dead not in pieces, but in hundreds! This is not the territory of Turkey, no one will fit for the Turks to rake from our VKS.
    1. protoss 27 February 2020 19: 18 New
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      unusual cannon fodder, sitting at their posts in the rear of the Asadites and adjusting artillery, while ours accompany them with the delivery of products, etc.
    2. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 23 New
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      After Serakib I suggest writing Erdograd! wink Although you can wait three days for more confidence laughing
      1. bayard 27 February 2020 23: 26 New
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        You are so cheerful, and after all, there is very little left from such a policy of Turkey as a state.
        Do not believe?
        Take a look at American region transformation operational maps.
        Turkey is NOT there.
        There is a Great Armenia.
        There is Kurdistan (it has long been on American maps).
        There is Great Greece in Asia Minor.
        But Turkey - NO!
        Would you like to ask why it is still there?
        Why haven’t the plans of Gulen (Turkish Armenian, a descendant of slaughtered ancestors) been implemented yet?
        Remember the attempted coup of the Gulenides?
        When did Erdogan Turkish fighters drive and European allies did not accept into their airspace?
        Remember exactly?
        Exactly ?!
        Thanks to those who saved him then, Turkey still exists as a state.
        Only thanks to them.
        Do not believe?
        Well, testing in practice is your right.
        Go ahead.
        It seems that even your saviors will be calmer without your state on the territory of the future ... Greater Armenia, Greater Greece, ... lol Great Kurdistan ...
        The restless ram asked for pilaf ... asks (for now). yes
        This is his legal CHOICE.
        I don’t know if Erdohrad will have a place in the new reality ... except perhaps on the pages of humorous magazines.
        But for Turkey everything could be so good ...
        But the ram is more interested in the new gate. hi bully
  7. Mavrikiy 27 February 2020 17: 15 New
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    By the way, Russian-Turkish consultations on the situation in Idlib continue in Ankara, while the parties have not agreed on anything.
    We look forward to March 4.
    1. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 25 New
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      You won’t have to wait so long))
      1. flicker 28 February 2020 01: 59 New
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        You won’t have to wait so long))
        It seems like not for long.
        1. Altai72 28 February 2020 22: 05 New
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          Well, how is it, ali flickered stopped?
          1. flicker 29 February 2020 00: 07 New
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            бAltaiem or not already?
            1. Altai72 29 February 2020 01: 19 New
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              For invention 5, and in subject 2!
    2. flicker 27 February 2020 22: 10 New
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      We look forward to March 4.
      So it seems they reported that negotiations between Putin and the Erdogan have not been planned.
  8. primaala 27 February 2020 17: 19 New
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    Why is our government risking the lives of our military so easily ??? What do they think !? Will they be forgiven for a political game !? NOT !!! They will not forgive !!!
    1. Sky strike fighter 27 February 2020 17: 34 New
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      Is it all on the barricades?
      Why is our government risking the lives of our military so easily ???

      Your government is the government of which country?
      Turkey, the USA, Israel, maybe Ukraine? The glory of Joan of Arc does not give rest?
      1. primaala 27 February 2020 18: 10 New
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        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        Is it all on the barricades?
        Why is our government risking the lives of our military so easily ???

        Your government is the government of which country?
        Turkey, the USA, Israel, maybe Ukraine? The glory of Joan of Arc does not give rest?

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        belay eyes on the forehead, from the "glory of Joan of Arc." Expressing an opinion, it’s worth the effort !? hmm.
        I thought ... (reading) they think more sensibly here.
        1. Andobor 27 February 2020 18: 25 New
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          Quote: primaala
          I thought ... (reading) they think more sensibly here.

          Here, as elsewhere on the network, a significant part of the commentators are hired assassins, Ukrainians work as emissaries — they know the language and are very cheap.
          1. primaala 27 February 2020 18: 48 New
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            Quote: Andobor
            Quote: primaala
            I thought ... (reading) they think more sensibly here.

            Here, as elsewhere on the network, a significant part of the commentators are hired assassins, Ukrainians work as emissaries — they know the language and are very cheap.

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            Thanks for support. The entire network is filled with bots. It's a shame ... the people are not so active as to give in the teeth. Yes, and delete comments who are on the side of Russia. I'm used to it.
        2. Altai72 27 February 2020 20: 26 New
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          Of course they think, only the majority thinks in the wrong place wink
    2. Altai72 29 February 2020 01: 18 New
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      But because in a normal army they fight for the interests of the country, and in ours for business))
  9. Ulysses 27 February 2020 18: 32 New
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    An early nedosultan began to celebrate.
  10. papandopala 27 February 2020 18: 33 New
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    They don’t particularly write here that Erdogan refers to the Adan Agreement << was concluded in 1998 between Syria and Turkey and related to measures to combat the Kurdistan Workers Party in Syria [1]
  11. flicker 27 February 2020 22: 53 New
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    Erdogan said the positive development for the events in Turkey in Idlib

    Well, if Erdogan considers the death of Turkey a positive development for Turkey, then the Turkish population can only be pitied.
    For, the capture of Idlib is an integral part of the neo-Ottoman course. The latter was intentionally awakened (and he was dozing in Turkish souls) by the Americans (through the agents of Gladio, through Gulen and others) only in order to drag Turkey into a military adventure.
    No Atatürk would have signed up for such an adventure, which means that Atatürk was not needed, but its opposite. And such a contrast was found in the person of the narcissistic, fiery, nationalistically heated ignoramus Erdogan.
    This one rushed headlong. It didn’t work out in football, it turns out in politics.
    He took and shot down our SU-24. What was the basis for declaring war.
    Russia's nuclear power could (there is potential for this) turn Turkey into a desert, along with Sultan Erdogan.
    But the lesson did not go for the future to this "headless horseman."
    He plays Turkish destiny again and again and seems to play out. bully