Turkish President: We are determined to fight all who threaten us along the Syrian border

Yesterday, Turkish President Regel Erdogan made a loud statement addressed to Washington, stressing that Ankara will do everything necessary, including military operations, to prevent the establishment of autonomy by the Syrian Kurds in the city of Tel Abyad, as it threatens the country's national security.




According to the expert of the Association of Independent Military Political Scientists Alexander Perendzhiev, behind the harsh words of the Turkish leader there may be reasons that are not completely obvious at first glance, and it is possible that armed clashes with the Kurds may actually occur.

“In this case, Turkey may find itself in international isolation and will go so far as to the EU that it definitely will not fall. It can be assumed that Erdogan makes this statement with the Kurds in order to start bargaining with Europe, since Europe has offered some money to Turkey for curbing migration flows. It seems to me that this is simply a moment of pressure, primarily on its NATO allies, and through them on the EU, ”he said in an interview with a journalist. Utro.ru.

Turkish this week aviation inflicted two blows on the Kurdish people's self-defense units, which organized a crossing west of the Euphrates River. Earlier, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu stated that the Kurds would be attacked in the event of such actions.

“It was a warning. Remember, if you try to do it in another place, Turkey will not need permission from anyone. We will do what is necessary. We are determined to fight all who threaten us along the Syrian border, inside or outside. The problem is that the West does not even recognize the Kurdish Democratic Union as a terrorist organization. This is nonsense. In essence, the principle will be applied: “My terrorist is a good one, yours is a bad one,” said Edrogan.

Meanwhile, according to Perendzhiev, the position of Ankara is rather contradictory, and Erdogan has not yet decided on a strategy on the territory of Syria.

“The leadership of Turkey is starting to lose some realities of reality. In fact, the Turks are taking steps that could damage their roles in the Syrian issue. First, Erdogan spoke harshly against Russia, now - against the Western allies. Ankara considers terrorists not only ISIS, but also Kurds, and this, of course, contradicts the vector of development of international politics and political situation. Turkey’s actions are actually contributing to the further escalation of the conflict. The Americans, the Germans and Russia somehow helped them on the Kurds. Therefore, it is absolutely certain that in the event of the start of a serious war between Turkey and the Kurds, Ankara will spoil relations with everyone at once. But they have nowhere to go - position is position, ”he noted.
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  1. MIKHAN 30 October 2015 13: 18 New
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    Erdogan is clearly freaking out and rushing around from side to side ... In vain he “fluffed his feathers”! You still need to be calmer ..
    1. serg1970 30 October 2015 13: 26 New
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      To worry less about power and politics, I would take a new wife for myself. Here, for example, a woman is free, the poetess also:
      1. maxiban 30 October 2015 13: 28 New
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        He cannot be calm. Under it, the chair staggers. He thought that with the help of ISIS and America, a piece of Syria was chopped off, and plans were crumbling.
        1. aktanir 30 October 2015 13: 47 New
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          Turkey has a complete mess with foreign policy
          1. avt
            avt 30 October 2015 14: 30 New
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            Quote: aktanir
            Turkey has a complete mess with foreign policy

            There are already with domestic politics at the moment just an ass. Before civilian stabbing, one step and the question of the Straits and Constantinople will become acute before Russia. And this is for a moment the country of NATO, as well as the neighboring Bulgaria and Greece, which will be drawn into the conflict on autopilot, and then Cyprus will suck it with a vacuum cleaner. Then the fun will not be for children. And we have both brand new submarines under repair! sad And instead of 6 frigates, only TWO were tested, and the third was near the wall, and three more in general .... ,, Mistral "to the joy of the idiots did not get ...request
            1. Mikhail Krapivin 30 October 2015 14: 49 New
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              Nothing! If necessary, ours will sail on boats in whatever way they can - they will help, what’s needed - they will correct, in general they will provide fraternal assistance to the Turkish people! They did not render fraternal help to one neighboring people in time in the form of the Pskov airborne division directly on the Maidan, now everyone is suffering, and they and we ...
          2. Altona 30 October 2015 16: 20 New
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            Quote: aktanir
            Turkey has a complete mess with foreign policy

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            Yes, just Turkey has a full P with foreign policy (choose the word fox or order to your liking), because Turkey again imagines itself to be the Ottoman Empire and the prerequisites for this have developed (from Benghazi in Libya to Baghdad, the ancient Mesopotamia and the Carthaginian kingdom are aflame again ), which means that you can again expand your borders to the borders of the Ottoman world, pull a Turkish owl on the Middle East globe ... And now the desperate guy Erdogan decided to try on the imperial crown and create Edina Ottomania on the site of the destroyed states ...
          3. Lelek 30 October 2015 23: 33 New
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            Quote: aktanir
            Turkey has a complete mess with foreign policy


            And if we add to this the fact that Turkey is a full member of NATO, then, fighting the Kurds, who are supported by the United States and send their military instructors to them, it turns out that one NATO member will bomb another member of this gang. It's funny.
        2. APASUS 30 October 2015 16: 31 New
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          Quote: maxiban
          He cannot be calm. Under it, the chair staggers. He thought that with the help of ISIS and America, a piece of Syria was chopped off, and plans were crumbling.

          And in my opinion he gets into a war with the Kurds with the help of America!
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    4. Maxom75 30 October 2015 13: 27 New
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      According to his entourage, after the start of the Russian Aerospace Forces operation in Syria, Erdogan had a fit of rage; Erdogan was ready to declare war on Russia. Now, probably, one should not be surprised at the incursions of the Turks into the “Turkish stream”. If the president is crazy, then the whole country is hostage.
      1. jjj
        jjj 30 October 2015 13: 34 New
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        The Turkish president has the same rights as the president of Germany. This is, in many ways, an honorary position. But to be the ruling party and nominate the prime minister is a completely different calico. By the way, Turkey lost forty percent this year on tourism
    5. Air Force captain 30 October 2015 13: 58 New
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      ... he decided to cut off the territory ... and trade ISIS with oil ... and solve the Kurds .... and decided to fight again .. nu-nu
  2. Finches 30 October 2015 13: 18 New
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    Erdogan really drives himself into a corner - you need to be more flexible in both foreign and domestic politics! Moreover, the Turkish leader, even within his own state, doesn’t have so much support ...!
  3. Andrea 30 October 2015 13: 19 New
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    And then the Turks suffered ... laughing
    1. lelikas 30 October 2015 13: 25 New
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      Quote: Andrea
      ut Turks suffered ...

      Maybe not very soon, but it will be along the border ...
  4. roskot 30 October 2015 13: 20 New
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    Erdogan will definitely not ask the UN for a mandate. He has an American teacher. And the states of their student will not leave.
  5. knn54 30 October 2015 13: 22 New
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    Or rather, the war with the Kurds.
    1. iliitchitch 30 October 2015 13: 36 New
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      In general, there are 45 million Kurds scattered across a vast territory. And once upon a time I read a Soviet book, so there the old Kurd dreamed of Kurdish statehood, only now I understand what it is about. And, in fact, if the Jews got their piece of land, then why shouldn’t the Kurds be? Well, there cannot be out of 45 million as many villains unworthy to live in OWN state. Honestly, this topic was hushed up, enlighten those who know, if there are any. Vika, she's unreliable.
    2. avt
      avt 30 October 2015 15: 14 New
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      Quote: knn54
      Or rather, the war with the Kurds.

      With Kurds ALREADY GOING, moreover, on Turkish territory, quite a few military operations, rather than police operations, are being conducted. It’s even worse here - INSIDE THE TURKISH society, the stress is not childish, if Erdogan does not get a majority, then he can really save the skin of his whole family, literally and figuratively, to go to all the hardships and civil war - SMERD.
  6. ava09 30 October 2015 13: 23 New
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    (C) Therefore, it is absolutely certain that if a serious war between Turkey and the Kurds begins, Ankara will very much ruin relations with all at once. But they have nowhere to go - a position is a position, ”he said. (C)

    A position is a position, even a losing one ... But a "position" is not a static concept, because you can change it until time is lost so as not to lose everything and everything.
  7. hydrox 30 October 2015 13: 24 New
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    Turkey’s worthless position: today he is in the same position that Serbia was in recognizing Kosovo’s independence. It could easily end up with a paper coming from Vienna to the UN about the deployment of peacekeepers in the Kurdish zone and strongly suspect that it could be Russians - it would help a lot to the Syrians.
    Moreover, the same situation could be repeated in Iraq, and then the PKK would be happy to get into this process, and this is about 10% of Turkish lands
  8. RuslanNN 30 October 2015 13: 25 New
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    As if the navel would not tear.
  9. Lt. Air Force stock 30 October 2015 13: 27 New
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    It’s interesting when Erdogan was the Prime Minister of the President, it wasn’t seen and heard, and now, as Erdogan became president, you can only hear him.
  10. One
    One 30 October 2015 13: 29 New
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    The spiders began to stir ... In my opinion, a chain reaction begins. I wonder who will light the first match? Who has any opinions?
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 30 October 2015 13: 32 New
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      Quote: One
      The spiders began to stir ... In my opinion, a chain reaction begins. I wonder who will light the first match? Who has any opinions?

      Erdogan has elections on the nose, that’s all nonsense, like the Abamych shed ...
      1. One
        One 30 October 2015 13: 42 New
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        And what about China, Libya ????
    2. vbyby 30 October 2015 13: 47 New
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      Do you think of a similar situation in the Balkans at the end of the 19th century, with an attempt to drag Russia into a big war? They will not succeed.
  11. demo 30 October 2015 13: 35 New
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    Well, the Turk will receive what is destined for others.
    He would learn Russian.
    Especially proverbs.
    "Do not spit in the well, you have to drink from it!"
  12. samarin1969 30 October 2015 13: 37 New
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    It was convenient to get cheap oil from ISIS, twist Gazprom’s hands with “streams”, use nightmares to Kurdish Kurds ... Now the flow has gone to the Baltic, Kurds are getting stronger, ISIS is being beaten up by pro-Turkish groups in Syria ...
    1. Vadim237 30 October 2015 13: 58 New
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      With the Turkish stream, everything continues to work normally, politics by politics, and money apart.
  13. VL33 30 October 2015 13: 38 New
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    Everything returns with a boomerang. Erdogan is crazy, thought he could spin our Assad?
  14. Tusv 30 October 2015 13: 39 New
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    Whoever owns ay-ay-ya-yu is just three rolling pins from the USA, EU and Russia arrived. An interesting pose by Erdogan
  15. iouris 30 October 2015 13: 42 New
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    Erdogan considers many states of the Middle East, as "Turkish armchairs". However, the proposed partition of Syria "in favor" of Turkey is now unlikely to take place. But the process of creating a Kurdish state has been launched. If Assad will assume some obligations on the Kurdish issue, then Ankara will have nowhere to go: either to participate in the political process, or to fight. Moscow, in general, has always supported the Kurds. As I understand it, the United States is also ready to support the Kurds. Remains Iran.
  16. MIKHAN 30 October 2015 13: 42 New
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    Our Putin is always well done! Calm like a boa constrictor and slyly smiles ..)))
  17. kolyhalovs 30 October 2015 13: 44 New
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    And why is everyone so laid down on the creation of Kurdistan? Here we need it? We need the Americans not to supply the Kurds with weapons, because in this case the Kurds will have no choice but to seek an alliance with Assad, which is under us. And if the United States throws weapons to the Kurds (and the Turks do this), the Kurds from the north will split ISIS, Assad from the south, then Assad will have to deal with the Kurds. In short, the creation of Kurdistan is possible only with chaos and the complete collapse of the region. We are not there for that.

    So here the position of Turkey is right in our hands.
    1. Vadim237 30 October 2015 14: 00 New
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      Let the Kurds create their own state, the main thing is that there would be no terrorists there.
  18. EFA
    EFA 30 October 2015 14: 02 New
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    Correct me, or it just seems to me that the FSA coalition with the Kurds seems to be covered.
  19. mamont5 30 October 2015 14: 18 New
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    "President of Turkey: We are determined to fight all who threaten us along the Syrian border."

    Fight. Just do not climb abroad, otherwise the nose can be pinched.
  20. koksalek 30 October 2015 14: 28 New
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    Quote: mamont5
    who threatens us along the Syrian border, inside or outside.

    "who threatens us along the Syrian border, inside or outside." in ecstasy and beyond
  21. Mikhail Krapivin 30 October 2015 14: 52 New
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    Yeah, it went on the topic - I’ll kill everyone, I’ll stay alone! :)
  22. cniza 30 October 2015 16: 28 New
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    Quote: Maxom75
    According to his entourage, after the start of the Russian Aerospace Forces operation in Syria, Erdogan had a fit of rage; Erdogan was ready to declare war on Russia. Now, probably, one should not be surprised at the incursions of the Turks into the “Turkish stream”. If the president is crazy, then the whole country is hostage.



    Many say that it is inadequate and, as it were, to put it mildly ... hot.
  23. yan 2015
    yan 2015 1 November 2015 12: 45 New
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    I don’t understand why he is nervous all the time .. Mlyn you eat Turkish delight and calm down.