Turkey urges allies to create a security zone in Syria

Turkey’s anti-Igil coalition partners can support Ankara’s proposal to create a no-fly security zone in the north of Syria, reports RIA News statement by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.


Turkey urges allies to create a security zone in Syria


“We insist on creating a no-fly zone in Syria as a security zone. Friendly countries are finally beginning to lean toward the idea of ​​creating such a zone, and there are also positive developments in the matter of conducting a ground operation against the IS, ”said the president.

According to him, “on the basis of Incirlik (in the south of Turkey), the planes of coalition forces are now deployed and, if necessary, they can be placed on other bases”.

“We are committed to a decisive fight against IS. Yesterday I had a 45-minute phone conversation with (Barack) Obama exclusively on this topic, ”Erdogan emphasized.
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  1. Bombardier 11 November 2015 11: 45 New
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    “We are committed to a decisive fight against IS. Yesterday I had a 45-minute phone conversation with (Barack) Obama exclusively on this topic, ”Erdogan emphasized.

    And here Obama, speak with Assad - Syria is his country, and he is its president - and you will be lucky, but with Obama you row about a lot - this is an axiom.
    1. Lord of the Sith 11 November 2015 11: 48 New
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      I wonder if this will apply to the US Air Force and France? wassat
      1. Temples 11 November 2015 11: 52 New
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        Yesterday I had a 45-minute telephone conversation with (Barack) Obama exclusively on this topic, ”Erdogan emphasized.

        Come on)))
        On the cover of the "most important" magazine also wants to get.
        So rub with Obama how to organize it. wassat
        And what else to talk about with Oboma now? not about Syria!
        Neither one nor the other is Syrian.
        1. arane 11 November 2015 12: 35 New
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          Sekas on the phone? They have an interesting relationship, however .... recourse
        2. Drmadfisher 11 November 2015 13: 13 New
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          Yes, he himself wanted and prepared
      2. cniza 11 November 2015 11: 59 New
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        Quote: Lord of the Sith
        I wonder if this will apply to the US Air Force and France? wassat



        They want to organize this “zone” together, assuming that everything is possible for them, they order music ...
        1. hydrox 11 November 2015 12: 15 New
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          Quote: cniza
          Assuming they can do anything, they order music ...


          The fact is that music can be ordered to a tapper in a tavern for a five-hack, good music can be ordered to a conductor (if it is symphonic music), but this is already much more expensive and not affordable for everyone, and in Syria the music is only political, and the conductor the orchestra is Putin ... that’s who you should turn to dur ak Erdogan, but he won’t understand this, because there are no brains.
          1. cniza 11 November 2015 12: 20 New
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            Putin ... that’s whom durk Erdogan needs to turn to, but he won’t understand this, because there are no brains. [/ Quote]


            It has always been not entirely adequate, and recently it has suffered not childishly ... Russia has broken all plans.
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        2. DanSabaka 11 November 2015 14: 31 New
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          Why is there a no-fly zone over Syria? Does ISIS have airplanes?
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      4. hydrox 11 November 2015 12: 10 New
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        Quote: Lord of the Sith
        I wonder if this will apply to the US Air Force and France?


        Vladyka, the Russian Bubble will accept everyone: the USA, France, and Israel - that's just how they will get out of this bubble?
        Help them, Lord!
      5. Jack-b 11 November 2015 12: 10 New
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        Quote: Lord of the Sith
        I wonder if this will apply to the US Air Force and France?

        Here the question is rather whether it will apply to the videoconferencing system? And which of these cranks has the courage to press a button?
        Do not go to a fortuneteller, all this will not go beyond conversations. So what interests me most of all is probably: is Erdogan tired of exposing himself to the whole world as a racket?
      6. arane 11 November 2015 12: 30 New
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        No, of course, only for you Syria and Russia!
      7. Drmadfisher 11 November 2015 12: 55 New
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        creation of a no-fly zone is a prerogative of the Russian Aerospace Forces
      8. PSih2097 11 November 2015 13: 16 New
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        De Gaulle's soul-makers send him there, so it’s spreading ...
      9. Geisenberg 11 November 2015 14: 29 New
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        Quote: Lord of the Sith
        I wonder if this will apply to the US Air Force and France? wassat


        I’m wondering if this will be bombing on the territory where the Kurds live or on the whole territory of Syria: D: D And secondly, it’s also interesting how they imagine this all taking into account the presence of Russian air defense systems.
    2. vkl-47 11 November 2015 11: 50 New
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      so that the geeks from ig could normally cross the border across the north. so that our and Syrian aviation could not finish them off to the end. let the erdogan-cockroach make no-fly zones at home and not control the airspace of a foreign country
      1. Jack-b 11 November 2015 12: 11 New
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        And who will interfere with our aviation? Erdogan or what?
    3. sannych 11 November 2015 11: 51 New
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      Did anyone ask Syria? This lawlessness does not hurt anyone?
      The head of one country talks with the head of the "most important country" on the creation of an unmanned zone over the territory of another sovereign country! We live in an inverted world.
      P.S. But Erdognu is not pissed off with a man whose photo on the cover of a pederast magazine flaunts, 45 minutes to talk about something?
      1. hydrox 11 November 2015 12: 19 New
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        This is normal for a normal person, and Erdogan is a politician, albeit a minor injury ... spit in his eyes, he: "God's dew!"
      2. kil 31 11 November 2015 12: 20 New
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        Quote: sannych
        Did anyone ask Syria? This lawlessness does not hurt anyone?
        The head of one country talks with the head of the "most important country" on the creation of an unmanned zone over the territory of another sovereign country! We live in an inverted world.
        P.S. But Erdognu is not pissed off with a man whose photo on the cover of a pederast magazine flaunts, 45 minutes to talk about something?

        Watching what they talked about. I slowly take off my red and crescent family shorts, etc., etc.
      3. Jack-b 11 November 2015 12: 22 New
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        Quote: sannych
        Did anyone ask Syria? This lawlessness does not hurt anyone?
        The head of one country talks with the head of the "most important country" on the creation of an unmanned zone over the territory of another

        Erdogan is by and large not the head (the head is Davutoglu there). Secondly, he begins to lose ground there, so all this is mainly intended for the electorate. Of course he wanders in a boorish way, but in connection with the debut of the videoconferencing in Syria, he has great chances to be in deep opera. So he has nothing to lose.
    4. milann 11 November 2015 12: 12 New
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      Quote: Lord of the Sith
      We are determined to decisively fight ISIS

      They are determined to fight decisively together with ISIS, this is already seen by any student without glasses, you don’t even need to voice against whom this joint struggle is directed. The story continues from the 18 century.
    5. Juborg 11 November 2015 13: 26 New
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      Yeah, but this zone will pass through Kurdish territory and through Assad’s palace, with the capture of oil-producing areas and, most importantly, the IG bases (to protect them was easier!)!
    6. Alexey-74 11 November 2015 13: 46 New
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      In the process, the coalition was going to seize the initiative if they create a "security zone", so Russia wants to ban flying over that zone ... the whole question is why, because we are also fighting ISIS ??? Yes, my thoughts are going wild ...
    7. EGOrkka 11 November 2015 14: 05 New
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      ..... the impression ... that Erdogan ... woke up and got a previously prepared ... scenario .... just a problem .... there is already Syrian air defense ..... reinforced ..... wink
  2. cniza 11 November 2015 11: 45 New
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    “We are committed to a decisive fight against IS. Yesterday I had a 45-minute phone conversation with (Barack) Obama exclusively on this topic, ”Erdogan emphasized.


    Ask Russia about no-fly zones and your other Wishlist.
    1. Jack-b 11 November 2015 12: 27 New
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      Quote: cniza
      Ask Russia about no-fly zones and your other Wishlist.

      What for? Silently grabbed lyuley without asking.
      Threat. By the way, what are they going to provide a no-fly zone with? "Patriots" Americans from Turkey seem to be exported or exported. Forces of aviation?
  3. hotrod 11 November 2015 11: 46 New
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    Um, bees vs. honey, Erdogan vs. ISIS.
    Who will explain the meaning (not perverted, but the original) of creating a no-fly zone?
    1. Ingvar 72 11 November 2015 11: 48 New
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      Quote: hotrod
      Who will explain the meaning (not perverted, but the original) of creating a no-fly zone?

      Control over its section of borders with Syria, through which oil smuggling flows.
    2. HollyGremlin 11 November 2015 11: 50 New
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      Why explain it? ISIS does not fly, but Assad and I fly.
      1. GRAY 11 November 2015 11: 55 New
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        Quote: HollyGremlin
        Why explain it? ISIS does not fly, but Assad and I fly.

        In the north of the Kurds ... This fact does not give the Turks peace of mind, while the Americans flirt with the Kurds, and the Turks want to bomb the Kurds.
        How are they going to agree, I do not know.
    3. sanain 11 November 2015 11: 51 New
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      Protecting controlled terrorists in the north from raids by the Russian Air Force and the Syrian army. Perhaps the protection of oil fields (a sacred pipe with $ 10 oil).
    4. kot28.ru 11 November 2015 11: 52 New
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      And they will place there bases for training militants, warehouses, hospitals, etc., that is, they will make full-fledged rear support! hi Naglosaksa they will not be bombed and the Russians will be no way what , something like that comes to mind! hi
      1. Jack-b 11 November 2015 12: 31 New
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        Quote: kot28.ru
        Russian will be no way

        Come on. Who said that no way? Where is this brave guy? Coordinates. Scha guys flies, look at him.
  4. Same lech 11 November 2015 11: 47 New
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    Turkey urges allies to create a security zone in Syria


    Yeah .... incline to perverted sex.

    Libya still can not recover from this, and Gaddafi could not survive such a decline.
    Erdogan decided to play the same game again .... though it is still unknown how the Russian bear will persuade ERDOGAN.
  5. dchegrinec 11 November 2015 11: 47 New
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    it seems clear why the Middle Eastern countries are so fond of five-story armored cars! This is so that after a night of a dust storm in the morning, having sold a soldier’s eyes, he could see where to dig out of the sand ..
    1. Same lech 11 November 2015 11: 51 New
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      after a night of a dust storm in the morning, having sold his eyes, he saw where to dig out of the sand ..


      By March of next year, this entertainment will begin and ASAD will try to drive ISIS militants into the sands by this time.
  6. rotmistr60 11 November 2015 11: 47 New
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    A no-fly zone means only coalition aviation. Sly glanders, under the guise of fighting against the IG, which has no aviation, want to limit the action of our aerospace forces and Syrian aviation.
    1. hydrox 11 November 2015 12: 33 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      want to limit the operation of our aerospace forces and Syrian aviation.


      I’m very interested in how they will succeed: if Russia puts Krasukha in Kveiris, and our naval group includes its own similar machine (and this will probably be even more powerful for sailors), then the sailors will even cover Incirlik with a bubble - and how after Will the Americans be able to work from Incirlik?
      And the Krauchs in Quereis will be enough almost right up to the east of Syria, completely covering the Kurds.
      What other no-fly zone can we talk about when we can turn it on and off with the touch of a finger? Moreover, low-orbit coordinate-linking satellites appear in the bubble.
  7. Decathlon 11 November 2015 11: 48 New
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    And, is it potentially possible for Syria to establish a no-fly zone in Turkey ?! Not without help, of course, but probably it will already be a war ?!
  8. Not served 11 November 2015 11: 50 New
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    So there is already essentially a no-fly zone. No one except ours flies. There is no no-fly zone))))
  9. Mama_Cholli 11 November 2015 11: 53 New
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    Well, the face was opened by "fighters against terrorists."
    Let them close their airspace, and at the same time their mouth.

    pisi:
    I have already said that the desire of Gazprom at any cost to supply gas to Europe through Turkey is a short-sighted decision.
    It's time to close the airspace of Turkey itself for flights of Russian tourists. Let the igilovites at their hotels have a rest for thanks.
    1. KG_patriot_last 11 November 2015 12: 46 New
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      Yes, this is a sore subject for me. For ten years now, I have been wondering why the CIS is dragging earned money to Turkey and Egypt.
  10. Sars 11 November 2015 12: 00 New
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    Erdogan can calm down, a no-fly zone has already been installed by our aerospace forces.
  11. cap
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    45 MINUTES TALKED. DIDN'T TALK. OBAMA AFTER THE PHOTOSESSION HAS NOT DEPARTED. ASKED TO GIVE A BREATH.
  12. Mikhail Krapivin 11 November 2015 12: 01 New
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    Yeah, they are determined to fight against ISIS! We know who they are determined to fight decisively. The Kurds urgently need to adjust their weapons so that the Turks have something to do for a couple of years!
  13. Victor-M 11 November 2015 12: 01 New
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    Turkey’s anti-igil coalition partners can support Ankara’s proposal to create a no-fly security zone in northern Syria,

    Or maybe it would be better for the security of Turkey to make a no-fly zone over its territory bordering Syria? That would be more logical. what
  14. alex-cn 11 November 2015 12: 02 New
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    And for air-to-ground aviation missiles from our airplanes, how to establish a no-fly zone?
  15. caravay2011 11 November 2015 12: 05 New
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    It’s interesting why a no-fly zone is needed. Maybe ISIS has its own Air Force
    1. Stinger 11 November 2015 12: 37 New
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      How for what? So that ours and the Syrians do not fly, and the Turks calmly chop their own business. Obama is only called for this. They will deliver the S-300 to Syria and there will be a no-fly zone for those who like to do without the UN and the Syrian government.
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      sort of as it is, in Iraq at some airbase, they grabbed 2-3 MIG-21 pieces, and yelled that they would have the Air Force. :)
  16. engineer74 11 November 2015 12: 06 New
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    And they, in response, do not want a no-fly zone on LDNR? angry
    In fact, the solution here is simple: deploy long-range "Syrian" air defense systems so that the zone becomes really flightless, and then - artillery, MLRS, OTR, KR and continue to push!
    IMHO
  17. Army soldier2 11 November 2015 12: 11 New
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    This is all politics with the economy. And you need to support your friends from the IG, and I want to get discounts on Russian gas.
    Russia does not recognize this no-fly zone and it will end there. There are no funds for its implementation in the presence in Syria (on a legal basis) of our Air Force.
  18. vladimirw 11 November 2015 12: 14 New
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    “We insist on creating a no-fly zone in Syria as a security zone.
    Erdogan needs to close the channels for money to Turkey from the Russian Aerospace Forces!
  19. dckx 11 November 2015 12: 18 New
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    “Yesterday I had a 45-minute telephone conversation with (Barack) Obama exclusively on this topic,” Erdogan emphasized, “I consider it important to call a spade a spade, in this connection I will take responsibility and adjust it,”Yesterday Obama (Barack) had a 45-minute telephone conversation with me exclusively on this topic."
  20. hotrod 11 November 2015 12: 19 New
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    Quote: caravay2011
    It’s interesting why a no-fly zone is needed. Maybe ISIS has its own Air Force

    Yes, that’s the point. Set the no-fly zone, and then choose who will fly. Turkey - it will be, the USA - it will be, France - it will be, Britain .. is no longer there, the Russian Air Force .. it is impossible but it will be, Syria - that’s it, Syria will not be!

    In general, I don’t understand how from the point of view of the UN the struggle against the legitimate government of the country and the determination by external countries of whether Syria will be with or without Assad will look like. And then they poke us Helsinki agreements :)
  21. Sergey Medvedev 11 November 2015 12: 21 New
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    The no-fly zone will not pass through the UN Security Council. Ours will not miss, remember Libya. And NATO will not risk shooting down our planes, ours have already pulled air defense into Latakia. So all this is an empty concussion for self-promotion.
  22. iliitchitch 11 November 2015 12: 25 New
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    Quote: rotmistr60
    A no-fly zone means only coalition aviation. Sly glanders, under the guise of fighting against the IG, which has no aviation, want to limit the action of our aerospace forces and Syrian aviation.


    Yes, this woodpecker will breach, the point is not ferrum, they will not risk it, if there is a no-fly zone there, then on our initiative
  23. wiwa 11 November 2015 12: 29 New
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    Well, then Russia remains to make a no-fly zone over Turkey, it will be a symmetrical answer ...
  24. Combitor 11 November 2015 12: 50 New
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    What is a no-fly zone? But how then to bomb ISIS positions and terrorist infrastructure facilities? And why does the Turkish president decide for Syria? Apparently he also wants to follow the example of Obama on the cover of the magazine for rear-wheel drive to get ...
  25. Olegovi4 11 November 2015 13: 00 New
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    Apparently, "Kuzya" will still go on exercises in the Mediterranean Sea.
  26. Airborne Major 11 November 2015 13: 14 New
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    Erdogan’s huge, unsubstantiated ambitions to restore the Ottoman Empire will bring him to a bad result. Rather, Iraqis and Syrians will enable the Kurds to create a Kurdish state as a counterweight to neo-Ottomanism. And then Erdogan once and for all will lose the desire to play in the “Age of Empires”. And the GDP will certainly play such a game in its inimitable style!
  27. TIO1969 11 November 2015 13: 15 New
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    ... convulsive attempts to come up with something to at least somehow cling to the Syrian project. Two months ago, they were kings there and turned the situation around as they wanted. The work of the Russian Aerospace Forces overnight turned everything. Now they don’t have a chapel at all, so they’re trying to come up with something. But, without real cooperation with the current leadership of Syria and Russia, these are all words.
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    Not on that set, the bald Turk!
  29. AlexTires 11 November 2015 13: 28 New
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    If this issue is not coordinated with Russia, it is better for this "coalition" to stay as far from the borders of Syria as possible. For your own safety.
  30. extremall 11 November 2015 13: 56 New
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    All together, Rome Erdogna)) maybe finally it’s enough to already fly to rest in Turkey?)) And create a bunch of bunts for our special services, which are enough without it .. In general, a cool dude, of course, this Erdogan, that he is there - he begs for a discount on gas and tries to pipe play with us? So Gazprom seriously and does not believe in this "flow", it seems to me. So, Europe can be touched .. Maybe we will first talk about tourism?)) And there you can discuss the no-fly zone. Over Turkey near the Syrian border))
  31. mamont5 11 November 2015 14: 38 New
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    Security from whom? If from Turkey and its allies, it’s so easy to kick out of the country, which, I hope, will be done soon.
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    They want a security island for igilovites.
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    Soon she will be there, by our efforts.
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    “We are committed to a decisive fight against IS. Yesterday I had a 45-minute phone conversation with (Barack) Obama exclusively on this topic, ”Erdogan emphasized.

    Well, well, he talked. You first find the aviation from the IG, and then establish the no-fly zones. Exclusively for the IG, otherwise it would be so formidable that you yourself would not be sent on a flight so that you don’t get confused under your feet. Better follow suit.
    Obama, the magazine's second cover is free.
  35. gammipapa 11 November 2015 21: 05 New
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    And what is igil already flying planes ???
    What does the no-fly zone mean, after Libya, it’s already silly to offer such formulations. As our Dima said later, duck you didn’t offer that at all what you had in mind.

    Tell me bluntly - we want to stupidly bomb from the air, without any rights to it and permissions.
  36. Nuar 11 November 2015 22: 45 New
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    What is a no-fly zone? And how then to bomb ISIS positions

    In Libya, there was a “no-fly zone” and everyone was not bombarded.