Given the cooling of relations with Russia and given that there are clashes between Russian and Turkish interests in Syria, it is absolutely logical for Turkey to seek contacts with Ukraine, as well as Ukraine would be logical. I can assure you that, for example, Azov could perfectly fulfill this function, gather its foreign legion and send it to fight for the western coalition, relatively speaking, to Syria. And we could work with the Russians on a new field, since we have a ceasefire so far, which would be, again, good for Donbass.
From this statement it is clear how, in the same Ukraine, terrorist structures in the format of “volunteer” battalions perceive the antiterrorist coalition in Syria. If you can afford to fight the Russians in Syria, “on the new field,” says the usual six in the person of Biletsky, then it is quite likely that this is also the situation perceived by the main puppet masters of international terrorism, including Azov’s puppeteers .
In fact, Biletsky openly declares that he is a representative of a terrorist group that is ready to fight with Russia, since Russia in Syria is waging a war against terrorism. This is another reason to think about whether Russia needs any kind of coalition with Western and pro-Western "partners" in Syria, or whether it is necessary to rely only on themselves.