Erdogan called Trump and complained of a "vile attack on the Turkish military in Idlib"


In addition to a telephone conversation between Turkish President Recep Erdogan and Vladimir Putin, talks were held between the Turkish President and other leaders. So, it became known that Erdogan called in Washington and talked with Donald Trump.


A Turkish television report reported that Erdogan and Trump discussed the situation in Idlib, and during this conversation, the Turkish president actually complained to his American colleague about the "mean attack on the Turkish military in Idlib." According to Erdogan, this was a violation of the letter of the Sochi memorandum. It is a pity that the Turkish leader did not remember whether the supply of military equipment and weapons to terrorist groups, as well as the introduction of Turkish military instructors and Turkish special forces into their ranks, was a violation of the same memorandum ...

The US President said he expressed support for the actions of Ankara.

From a message on Turkish TV:

The leaders agreed on the need to take further steps to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in Idlib.

So maybe Erdogan will take the first step - stop supplying arms to the militants? ..

Erdogan also had telephone conversations with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Bulgarian and Hungarian Prime Ministers Boyko Borisov and Viktor Orban.

Erdogan:

The international community must take more responsibility to resolve the Syrian crisis.

Against this background, Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya emphasized the right of Syria to destroy terrorists on its land.

From a speech by Nebenzi at a meeting of the UN Security Council:

In response to the constant violations of the ceasefire from within the Idlib zone, the Syrian army, of course, has every right to respond and suppress terrorists. Russia cannot ban Syria from fulfilling the requirements of UN Security Council resolutions on combating terrorism. Moreover, the Syrian army does this on its own, and not on foreign territory.
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  1. newcomer 29 February 2020 07: 19 New
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    Normal: complained to Trump's daddy, the Europeans squeezed the opening of a corridor for refugees. We need to finish the problem in Idlib, otherwise we will lose both our face and everything else.
    1. ancestors from Don 29 February 2020 07: 29 New
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      But I have a question, why did Russia at the negotiations in Sochi even invite the Turks to Syria (this is for those who shout why the Turks are on foreign territory)? Especially with heavy weapons and an unlimited number of troops? If you wanted military observers, the military police would have come in handy, as well as manually created Turkish military bases with incomprehensible powers and unpredictable consequences ((((
      1. newcomer 29 February 2020 07: 36 New
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        The Turks were invited to weed out the grains from the chaff, and to squeeze the Kurds so that it came to them_ not those friends. The Turks dealt with the second, decided to work on the first for themselves, we see the result. I can assume a couple more of these raids and the Turks will wash off.
        1. ancestors from Don 29 February 2020 07: 46 New
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          There are three million refugees ((((if the Turks are not bluffing, then all of this will starve to Europe, the Greeks won’t even block the NATO memorandum, demanding to ban them, and who will feed them? So Edik will be there until the last (((Topic Kurds are also not unambiguous, they will easily launch Americans into their territories as soon as they recover something.
          1. newcomer 29 February 2020 07: 59 New
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            Yes, let Europe feed them. In fact, there is a certain part of the Syrians, the rest are from Libya and TP. The topic is used against us, but spit_ Europe under the heel Yankees began the "Arab spring" let them now loosen up. And the Kurds, that the Kurds, and then the Kurds bow to the strong, so we have not weakened for the Syrian war, let the slack run at least to the Yankees, even to hell, where there is strength.
            1. Polite Moose 29 February 2020 08: 35 New
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              Quote: newbie
              Yes, let Europe feed them.

              Absolutely right. As the saying goes: "For what they fought, they ran into it." What is the problem of simply not letting refugees into their territory? Erdogan released them there or did not release them. It is elementary to close borders for an indefinite period, for example, for quarantine due to coronavirus. Or can’t the Geyropeytsy of the Maraican Old Man hear a word? If there is no strength to abandon the lollipop, then ...
              And as for the Kurds, it seems to me that their card has not yet been played out. They will lose many more people. They will also drive them to slaughter.
          2. Keyser soze 29 February 2020 10: 03 New
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            if the Turks don’t bluff, then all this hunger will rush to Europe,


            The Greeks have closed the border and are shooting tear gas at refugees. Bulgaria alerted the army and increased the border police. On Monday, Borisov and Erdogan will talk about it. But Turks traditionally do not allow refugees to our borders. We remained the last state with which they did not quarrel and do not think that they will do it. And the EU is letting us out 300 million euros to guard the border, so if something comes in it will be at a minimum and we will send them straight to Germany. All the same, they invited them ....
        2. torp 29 February 2020 11: 04 New
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          The Turks will not wash off, for Erdogan this is a matter of prestige.
          1. Victorio 29 February 2020 13: 07 New
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            Quote: torp
            Turks do not wash off, for Erdogan it's a matter of prestige .

            ===
            rather megalomania
            We entered there not at the invitation of Assad, but at the invitation of the Syrian people. And until the people invite us to leave, we will not leave from there. I told Putin: leave us with the regime face to face, we will do what we need, ”he said, speaking in Istanbul.
      2. IGOR GORDEEV 29 February 2020 07: 36 New
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        Quote: Ancestors from the Don
        If you wanted military observers, the military police would have come in handy, as well as manually created Turkish military bases with incomprehensible powers and unpredictable consequences ((((

        We did not know how the negotiations went and what was at stake. From which evils the least was chosen, we also do not know.
      3. grandfather_Kostya 29 February 2020 09: 19 New
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        The Sochi agreement provided for the disarmament of the Idlib bearded men. The police force is clearly not enough for this. But Erdogan wanted to play the Turkoman theme and ...
        1. Range 29 February 2020 13: 20 New
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          Quote: grandfather_Kostya
          But Erdogan wanted to play the Turkoman theme and ...


          Probably TurkoManievskaya ... "Zultan" came down completely from the reels, from the word itches in his place fool
      4. g1v2 29 February 2020 09: 52 New
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        We could not drive the Americans out of their bases in northern Syria and defeat Rojava, and the Turks could and did. Thanks to them, we were able to cross the Euphrates, occupy American bases and take control of the border. If the Turks had not taken several thousand fighters to Libya, then it is not a fact that they could have attacked so cheerfully in Idlib all winter. There were many benefits from the Turks. And now, while the Turks, like a detachment of squadrons, are driving the entire shobla to Serakib, the Syrian army easily took all of southern Idlib with a minimum of resistance. Everyone who could sit down in the mountains and force the Syrians to storm the mountain fortifications, at that time, died under aviation and artillery in and around Serakiba. request
      5. bar
        bar 29 February 2020 10: 14 New
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        why did Russia even invite the Turks to Syria at the negotiations in Sochi?

        No one invited the Turks to Syria, especially Russia. They themselves fooled there foolishly. First they wanted to squeeze the Kurds, then squeeze a piece of Syria under the guise. In Sochi, Russia in a good way tried to limit this presence of the Turks to a certain framework. But, as we see, this failed ((
        1. Husit 29 February 2020 10: 17 New
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          Quote: bar
          In Sochi, Russia in a good way tried to limit this presence of the Turks to a certain framework. But, as we see, this failed ((

          Yes, Erdogan got into the loop himself ...
          Quote: bar
          First they wanted to squeeze the Kurds, then squeeze a piece of Syria under the guise.

          This is the main essence of this multi-way, to bring the Kurds to their side
          And to see this all goes judging by the losses of the Turks .. hi
      6. 16329 29 February 2020 12: 44 New
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        Turkey and Syria have a border control agreement of 1998
    2. knn54 29 February 2020 08: 36 New
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      In Idlib there was an attack on scoundrels-Turkish military.
    3. DymOk_v_dYmke 29 February 2020 09: 16 New
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      Quote: newbie
      Europeans squeezed by the opening of a refugee corridor.

      It also multiplies the number of refugees, so that the corridor does not stand idle.
      Are states the main customer for the flow of refugees to Europe?
      1. newcomer 29 February 2020 11: 00 New
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        Yes there is, the Yankees' plans for the resettlement of peoples by destroying one part of the people and the relocation of another part to Europe. Thus, several goals are achieved at once: the cherished dream of the Saxons_ recycling of "extra" people; the destruction of Europe by settling refugees there; the main goal is the settlement of the east with your beloved. For after the polarity reversal of the Earth, a temperate climate will reign in BV and Africa, plus our Siberia and the Urals.
  2. IGOR GORDEEV 29 February 2020 07: 23 New
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    They got into an alien territory - got a bit on the teeth and ran to complain !? All such formidable Erdogan, with the slightest shecher, is now fleeing to NATO, then to Trump.


    The leaders agreed on the need to take further steps to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in Idlib.

    Maybe for the future some countries will have a lesson - do not dig a hole in your neighbor, otherwise you will fall into it yourself. If Syria had not been destroyed from outside for many years, then there were much fewer refugees and other elements.
    1. ochakow703 29 February 2020 07: 42 New
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      Unfortunately, not many people understand this, or they even understand it, but for the sake of America, coconuts create outrage.
    2. Deck 29 February 2020 08: 49 New
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      They got into a foreign territory - got a bit on the teeth and ran to complain!


      Not certainly in that way:

      Turkey perceives its presence in Idlib as its Russia in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
      Idlib became virtually a separate "country" under the control of the Syrian opposition in 2015, when militants captured the city of Idlib and several of the government’s remaining military bases in the province. Just after this, Russia intervened in the war, sending its aircraft and expeditionary forces to Syria. In 2018, the countries (with the participation of Iran) agreed that Idlib would be a “de-escalation zone”. Russia pledged to keep the Syrian army from attacking the province, Turkey - to expel radical Islamists close to Al-Qaeda from Idlib. Under the same treaty, Turkish observation posts were put up in Idlib - in fact, small bases of "peacekeepers". They were supposed to perform approximately the same functions as the Russian peacekeepers in South Ossetia on the eve of the 2008 war. Peacekeepers were there under a very similar agreement between Russia and Georgia (concluded through the mediation of EU countries), which created a de-escalation zone in the region of Tskhinvali. Therefore, Turkey believes that its troops are legally in Idlib (although now their number is clearly more than necessary for observation posts).
      1. volodimer 29 February 2020 09: 43 New
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        Russia pledged to keep the Syrian army from attacking the province, Turkey - to expel radical Islamists close to Al-Qaeda from Idlib.

        As you yourself noted ... The Turks did not fulfill their part of the agreement, because the SAA and the Russian Aerospace Forces had no reason to follow these agreements.
        With regards to
        Russian peacekeepers in South Ossetia on the eve of the 2008 war
        .
        Was there a massive attack on Georgia by South Ossetia on the eve of 2008?
        If the Turks pressed the barmalei in Idlib, then this situation did not arise.
  3. Swordserg 29 February 2020 07: 24 New
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    Yeah, a "vile" attack on Turkish soldiers going on the offensive with terrorists in a foreign land where no one called them. If in the West this is called "meanness," then democracy is a dermo.
    1. ochakow703 29 February 2020 07: 43 New
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      It’s not even a bicycle ... All Western civilization is built on meanness and betrayal.
  4. Aliken 29 February 2020 07: 25 New
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    And is this a proud Turk? Complainant. A disgrace.
    1. Zoldat_A 29 February 2020 07: 32 New
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      Quote: Aliken
      And is this a proud Turk? Complainant. A disgrace.

      Okay Saakashvili - what else was there to expect from him in 2008? But this one, "a descendant of the Janissaries", damn it ...
      I remembered -
      If a sick genie is regretted, he immediately recovers from this. Do you really not know this from your scientific books? (from)

      Pity him Trump. Has it become easier?
      1. 210ox 29 February 2020 07: 36 New
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        He is clearly not a descendant of the Janissaries, Igor. The flow of traders from the bazaar. The Janissaries were equipped according to a slightly different principle. hi
        1. Zoldat_A 29 February 2020 07: 38 New
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          Dmitry, hi !
          Quote: 210ox
          He is clearly not a descendant of the Janissaries, Igor. A tide of shopkeepers from the bazaar.

          By the way he trades his foreign policy - clearly his ancestors did not wave the scimitar. In the bazaar, dates were traded.
    2. 210ox 29 February 2020 07: 34 New
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      To Gulen! To him himself had to .. In the ass to kiss him.
  5. unhappy 29 February 2020 07: 28 New
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    Damn the war.
    Everyone looks at how the shooting is going, the movement of fighters, and few pay attention to empty cities and towns. Civilians are forced to flee their homes. This is a real humanitarian disaster.
    1. Ural resident 29 February 2020 08: 00 New
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      Quote: unhappy
      Damn the war.
      Everyone looks at how the shooting is going, the movement of fighters, and few pay attention to empty cities and towns. Civilians are forced to flee their homes. This is a real humanitarian disaster.

      There, peacefully fled from Idlib long ago, when terrorists from all over Syria were brought there. The gangsters established their order onites, which even the moderate could not stand. And before the aggravation, the remaining terrorist families only evacuated, which can hardly be called peaceful
      1. unhappy 29 February 2020 08: 09 New
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        It is doubtful. People are the same everywhere, they drive people to the “glory of Bandera” on the Maidan, and when the green men come, they say - where to go, we kept a muzzle in our pockets.
  6. primaala 29 February 2020 07: 30 New
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    The Turks write on their pages - "thanks to the Turkish media", etc. And all blame Russia.
    They then blocked access (online) to information resources. Ott same scoundrel Erdogan. Cowardly dog.
    1. tihonmarine 29 February 2020 10: 36 New
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      Quote: primaala
      The Turks write on their pages - "thanks to the Turkish media", etc. And all blame Russia.

      I think that Turkish resorts will burn out this season.
  7. carstorm 11 29 February 2020 07: 30 New
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    sur complete. I’m even afraid to imagine that we weren’t appearing in the year 15 ... at least the whole country would be torn to pieces ...
    1. ochakow703 29 February 2020 07: 45 New
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      An example is Libya. So it would be ...
      1. 16329 29 February 2020 12: 46 New
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        By the way, there the Turks also suffer losses
    2. evgenii67 29 February 2020 07: 47 New
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      And the same as the rest of the countries where the jackals stuck their nose at the head of the most important "distributor of democracy"
  8. Mountain shooter 29 February 2020 07: 30 New
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    But in general, not ashamed to complain? It seems to be an adult man, but as in kindergarten ... they offend in the sandbox ...
    1. Polite Moose 29 February 2020 08: 44 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      But in general, not ashamed to complain? It’s like a grown man

      Yeah. This is approximately how Hitler would have sued Zhukov or Kovpak at one time.
      1. Paranoid50 29 February 2020 14: 55 New
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        Quote: Polite Moose
        Hitler would have sued Zhukov or Kovpak in due time.

        So, in those years, German generals seriously declared that the Russians were fighting in an uncivilized, barbaric manner, bearing in mind the enormous scale of the partisan movement in the occupied territories of the USSR.
      2. Tibidokh 29 February 2020 18: 58 New
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        The enemy insidiously attacked our planes when those miro bombed his cities
    2. tihonmarine 29 February 2020 10: 33 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      But do you feel ashamed to complain?

      To become ashamed, one must first have a conscience and honor. But the latter is given only at birth.
  9. Amateur 29 February 2020 07: 31 New
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    The US President said he expressed support for the actions of Ankara.

    Now Erdogan, as a sign of friendship and love with mattresses, should bring to the shore of the Bosphorus the S-400 complexes, and to the sound of the American anthem and with curses on Russia, throw them into the water in the deepest place.
    Uncle Trump will be pleased and send a cookie - F-35, immediately after the Turks pay for them. crying
    1. 16329 29 February 2020 12: 48 New
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      And then Erdogan will be banged by the Turkish guarantors of the constitution (army)
  10. 75 Sergey 29 February 2020 07: 42 New
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    And what are Turkey and the United States doing in Syria? Nobody called them there, it is necessary to stop the intervention, where is the UN looking?
    1. Swordserg 29 February 2020 08: 58 New
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      He has not been fulfilling his goal for a long time. It is now like a league of nations at one time. Serves the interests of only arrogant Saxons and their sixes. They all wanted to spit on her. This is just an interest club. All institutions of democracy have long been destroyed. There is only visibility. All of them work only in the interests of the West.
  11. evgenii67 29 February 2020 07: 44 New
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    Gopnik climbed into the fray, after which he complained to the thief that he had received in the cabbage soup. In an interesting time we live.
  12. Russobel 29 February 2020 07: 47 New
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    Mom, the Russians are bulging ...
    As some close and distant neighbors already got to, the leaders of the spin ...
  13. ochakow703 29 February 2020 07: 49 New
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    Fedor Fedorovich Ushakov is not on them. He would surely have shown the “proud” Janissaries what color adrenaline is.
  14. Prisoner 29 February 2020 07: 57 New
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    To realize his aggressive ambitions, Erdogan decided to enlist the support of the "international" community. Here it is. Well, not a bug ?! Something similar already happened when Hitler nurtured this very community, hoping to set off against Soviet Russia. So what? At first, he took this community to the nail. Then the Americans were lucky to sit out overseas. Nowadays, times and weapons are completely different. You need to think.
  15. sabakina 29 February 2020 08: 14 New
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    The international community must take more responsibility to resolve the Syrian crisis.
    What this phrase reminded me of:
    1. Husit 29 February 2020 08: 18 New
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      Quote: sabakina
      What this phrase reminded me of:

      And not for you alone ..!
      Quote: sabakina
      The international community must take more responsibility to resolve the Syrian crisis.

      Here the essence is one Russia needs to be squeezed out of Syria .. We prevent them from marauding there, after the defeat of the igil ..
  16. Demagogue 29 February 2020 08: 20 New
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    Erdogan so powerfully threatened. And then: help, hooligans deprive of sight! I immediately wrote that the Turks would not pull this conflict. The war is such a thing that Idlib can be filled up with corpses, and you won’t get the result. And then what will the electorate say? Too much risk.
  17. askort154 29 February 2020 08: 31 New
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    Erdogan also had telephone conversations with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Bulgarian and Hungarian Prime Ministers Boyko Borisov and Viktor Orban.

    They were blackmailed by "refugees"; they did not succumb. Then he complained to Trump,
    the owner of the country, which 4 years ago was preparing an assassination attempt on him. Under the dressing gown of the “proud sultan,” there was a rammed sheep.
    1. Polite Moose 29 February 2020 09: 56 New
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      Quote: askort154
      Under the dressing gown of the “proud sultan,” there was a rammed sheep.

      Second time, mind you. After the shot down our SU-24. I believe that there will be a third and a fourth.
      And the robe will have to be thrown away.
  18. cniza 29 February 2020 08: 39 New
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    The leaders agreed on the need to take further steps to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in Idlib.


    Again nothing, only the people of Syria can solve these problems ...
  19. Tank hard 29 February 2020 08: 42 New
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    They offended the girl and she ran to complain to daddy ... lol
  20. rudolff 29 February 2020 09: 32 New
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    Erdogan does everything right, according to the laws of the genre. Creates public and world opinion. Where cries, where threatens, where blackmail. But our position is incomprehensible. Thanks to us, he appeared in Syria, thanks to our inaction and lawlessness there suits. We did not even try to convene the UN Security Council in Idlib and Turkey’s aggression, we’re afraid to recognize Turkey as a sponsor of terrorism, we’re even afraid to shoot down Turkish UAVs that will weigh down the Syrians. Surprisingly, even our diplomats have much harsher statements than the political leadership.
    1. Vasya Zyuzkin 29 February 2020 12: 15 New
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      So this is not only with Turkey! If you look, then many who sponsored, and if you rummaged then created!
      But there is no ideology in Russia now, only business interests!
    2. 16329 29 February 2020 12: 49 New
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      Syrians themselves shoot down Turkish UAVs, this is their job
  21. Sapsan136 29 February 2020 09: 34 New
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    Why did Turkey forget in Syria, nobody called her there ?!
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  23. Aleksandr Suvorov 29 February 2020 10: 24 New
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  24. Fentox 29 February 2020 10: 25 New
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    "The Syrians insidiously attacked our troops while we peacefully helped the militants capture their cities!"
  25. tihonmarine 29 February 2020 10: 31 New
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    the Turkish president actually complained to his American counterpart about the "vile attack on the Turkish military in Idlib."
    "Look blind, said the dumb, how to run a footless."
  26. Ros 56 29 February 2020 10: 31 New
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    In the place of Trump, I would ask - what the hell are Turkish troops doing in the territory of another country, who called them there. But he won’t ask, because he’s the same. Well, what can one talk about in such a situation when both the unfortunate politicians snout in the fluff? Clowns in the political arena.
  27. Nikolaevich I 29 February 2020 11: 09 New
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    Ahhhh ... goddamn! Our are beaten! That means you are not respected! A century of will not to see! Figure it out!
  28. musorg 29 February 2020 11: 29 New
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    I forgot the Turks, as he’s just not accidentally banged.
    1. Victorio 29 February 2020 13: 45 New
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      Quote: musorg
      I forgot the Turks, as he’s just not accidentally banged.

      ===
      ?! if it were then banged, maybe Turkey would not have climbed into Syria
  29. Metallurg_2 29 February 2020 16: 12 New
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    The sultan ran to cry in the vest of the "large captain".