The head of the national intelligence of Turkey arrives in Russia to discuss the Syrian issue

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Turkish edition Hurriyet reports that during the contacts of the presidents of Russia and Turkey, as well as the delegations of the two countries, it was possible to agree on issues of interaction on the situation in Syria. The head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Mevlüt авavuşoлуlu, announced that a contact group is being created, which will include representatives of the intelligence services of the two countries, military personnel, as well as high-ranking diplomats.

According to Chavushoglu, earlier (until the autumn of 2015), Russia and Turkey had “separate contacts on Syria”, and now “it was decided to create a system in which specialists will work in several areas at once, including the sphere of intelligence activity”.

The head of the national intelligence of Turkey arrives in Russia to discuss the Syrian issue


The same Chavushoglu told that today the head of the national intelligence of Turkey (MIT) Hakan Fidan, as well as several generals of the Turkish armed forces are arriving in Russia.

According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, at the moment, “various approaches to Syria” remain. In particular, Cavusoglu noted that Ankara considers unacceptable the continuation of the siege of Aleppo.

Recall that in the besieged Aleppo a large group of militants was locked up, to which a powerful reinforcement was trying to break through with all the forces from the south-west. Attempts to break through are accompanied by artillery fire and the use of armored vehicles.

It turns out that Ankara opposes the liquidation of the many thousands of militant groups in Aleppo, which testifies to the obvious links of Turkey with this grouping.

At the same time, Chavushoglu said that if the siege ends, Turkey will present a version of a political settlement in Syria, worked out together with Russia. What will this option be? - while an open question. For the time being, the fact that the usual statements in the style of “Assad should leave” from the mouth of the Turkish minister did not come to mind ...
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  1. +7
    August 10 2016
    Flying Falcons! GDP SEE Explained Erdogad, to whom when and where to be. Have they thrown the Barmaleev? Now the Turks are clearly not up to them!
    1. +9
      August 10 2016
      Damn a serious meeting, as it pleases ...
      Oh, God grant, God grant ...
      1. +3
        August 10 2016
        Quote: NIKNN
        Damn a serious meeting, as it pleases ...
        Oh, God grant, God grant ...

        but I don't understand, Turkey is a member of NATA, or they won't share (secrets, plans, and just what they were talking about) with their "colleagues" / "partners" in the bloc - request I doubt, I think they will pass word for word, up to punctuation marks.
        or Turkey has a special status in NAT - a free "player" what
        1. +5
          August 10 2016
          Quote: Hunter
          Flying Falcons! GDP SEE Explained Erdogad, to whom when and where to be. Have they thrown the Barmaleev? Now the Turks are clearly not up to them!



          Erdogan understands that no one except Russia will help him, so he will play according to our rules - a step to the left, a step to the right, a jump on the spot - "shooting."
          1. +3
            August 10 2016
            Quote: cniza
            Erdogan understands that no one will help him except Russia, therefore will play by our rules - step to the left, step to the right, jump on the spot - "shooting".


            While it will be profitable for him ... And he needs a special control - that's it - a step to the left, to the right - immediately make an omelet with tomatoes ...
      2. +2
        August 10 2016
        Quote: NIKNN
        Damn a serious meeting, as it pleases ...
        Oh, God grant, God grant ...

        Whom pleases, and whom guards.
        "Russia in several spheres, including the sphere of intelligence."
        "Turkish National Intelligence (MIT) head Hakan Fidan arrives today"

        Even the chair from Erdogan did not have time to cool down, and the Prime Minister of the Naglosaksov negotiates by phone with Putin about the need to intensify joint work in a number of areas.
        Yes. The most expensive is the information. We don’t need to own the world, we would survive. So don't give a damn about sharing it with anyone.
    2. +14
      August 10 2016
      In fact, everything related to the conduct of hostilities in Syria - refers to the Syrian legitimate government and to Russia, whose armed forces are there at the request of this government. All the rest are either enemy formations or their patrons.
      So the subject of discussion is very interesting.
      Inspired - "A representative of the Soviet command is talking to you. Our condition is one: unconditional surrender. Stop the fire on both sides in fifteen minutes. We will take prisoners at the Brandenburg Gate. We guarantee life to everyone."
      1. +1
        August 10 2016
        The head of the national intelligence of Turkey arrives in Russia to discuss the Syrian issue

        First, I think, it is necessary to discuss the Turkish question, and only then to discuss the Syrian. And by the way, were there any arrests in the Turkish national intelligence? Indeed, in all respects, it was they who missed the coup. If not, then apparently Erdogan has no one to rely on.
      2. +6
        August 10 2016
        Quote: Reserve officer
        In fact, everything related to the conduct of hostilities in Syria - refers to the Syrian legitimate government and to Russia,
        Unfortunately, Syria is not a subject, but an object of geopolitics. And as far as the positions of Russia are strong in the world, the SAR is so confident. And our situation is complicated enough to "dictate our indestructible will to the rest of humanity," so we have to put up with all kinds of uninvited guests on Syrian territory and look for compromises.
        Of course it’s easy to state
        Quote: sever.56
        Nehru discuss! Let them close the borders for bandits and forget about dictating their conditions to us and Assad.
        But try to implement these Wishlist in practice, while trying to take into account the interests of all, including foreign, parties to the conflict. By the way, do you not trace the analogy with Ukraine?
    3. +4
      August 10 2016
      The main thing is to squeeze the maximum out of this situation
      I think the gas pipeline will stretch faster to Turkey
      1. +2
        August 10 2016
        Quote: Shick
        gas pipeline stretches faster to Turkey


        One branch yes. Why feed Ukrainians. About the rest I think questions ...
        1. +1
          August 10 2016
          Quote: Alex_Tug
          One branch yes. Why feed Ukrainians. About the rest I think questions ...

          But one more option was discussed: a gas pipeline through Turkey on the Mediterranean coast, and there to build a LNG plant. For some reason, they don’t remember more about this project.
          1. +3
            August 10 2016
            Quote: Angry Guerrilla
            For some reason, they don’t remember more about this project.

            Do you think what negotiations have been going on with Israel for a very long time?
            It is about this pipe.
            Several wells are operating on the shelf with might and main (Leviathan), there is an excess of gas. Carrying it with gas carriers to europia is expensive. I need a pipe.
            Three years ago, Jews wanted to shake the Assad regime, put a Loyal IM leader on this topic and stretch the gas pipeline.
            And this is in any case an economic blow to Russia.
            Assad will be in power, Israel will not lay a pipe. But apparently they went to negotiations in the long run.
            Wait with South Stream, but start building a nuclear power plant.
            And everyone seems satisfied ...
    4. +3
      August 10 2016
      Quote: Hunter
      Now the Turks are clearly not up to them!

      That's for sure. Now in Turkestan ripened megatons of tomato, cucumbers and other tops. Guzzling all this silo, Russo-tourist is clearly not enough.
      It is necessary to equip steamboats with this to Russia.
      But here's the thing, and tomatoes have ripened in Russia. And our farmers, who believed that they WILL BE ABLE to grow and sell, thereby covering bank loans, will now remain in debt and insult to the country's leadership.
      And by New Year, the Turkish mandarins will fill up the shelves, crowding out our Caucasian ones.
      In Syria, and without Erdogad more or less obtained.
      That would marinate this company for another six months.
      Then the Turks will finally reach "high-calorie ripeness" and their farmers will not be at a loss.
  2. +7
    August 10 2016
    Nehru discuss! Let them close the borders for bandits and forget about dictating their conditions to us and Assad.
    They are not in the right position to try to influence our actions in Syria. We can also play back, in the settlement of Russian-Turkish relations. They want to lose tens of billions of dollars - their will. In Europe, they have never been expected, now - even more so, after the thousandth arrests and the XNUMX% possible introduction of the death penalty.
    Think Turks well, and don't try to bend your fingers. It will be more expensive for itself
    1. +2
      August 10 2016
      Quote: sever.56
      Nehru discuss! Let them close the borders for bandits and forget about dictating their conditions to us and Assad.
      They are not in the right position to try to influence our actions in Syria. We can also play back, in the settlement of Russian-Turkish relations.

      Yes, immediately on the count of all parliamentarians laughing
      After all, it was for this (everyone's count !!!) that the GDP met with Erdogan? wassat

      Maybe without emotion?
      Let us continue the dialogue? wink

      Such cases do not solve the problem.
      1. 0
        August 10 2016
        Recruiting a peasant ... GDP has a serious school ...
  3. 0
    August 10 2016
    Amazing Our VKS in Syria is 100% sure that destroying scumbags also fell to Turkish advisers, including those from intelligence. And now, the head of Turkish intelligence has arrived in Moscow to talk. Reality, real life, an interesting thing. It just takes a little time.
    1. +1
      August 10 2016
      "It just takes a little time."
      The Turks, judging by their "gestures", are currently in ceinote. But "we" (GRU) should try to "hammer the iron while it is hot" .... Something is possible, or maybe not) from the "situevina" ... "a useful product".
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  4. +2
    August 10 2016
    Do not agree on major issues, too much controversy. Or they will pretend that they have agreed, but will not fulfill their obligations.
    1. +3
      August 10 2016
      Quote: sogdianec
      Do not agree on major issues, too much controversy. Or they will pretend that they have agreed, but will not fulfill their obligations.

      Who knows, if you remove ISIS and the Americans from there, it may work.
      A historical fact, the evacuation of the embassy of an exclusive nation from Saigon, the South Vietnamese collaborating with the United States are trying to get into an American helicopter:
      PS
      For those who did not fit, the local then recouped in full.
    2. +1
      August 10 2016
      Quote: sogdianec
      Not agree on major issues, too much controversy. Or pretend that agreed, but will not fulfill their obligations.


      Hmm ... Meeting at this level is not a kindergarten ...
      And if Putin demanded not so much from Bulgaria as from Brussels "reinforced concrete" guarantees for the execution of contracts, the conversation with Erdogan will be the same ...
  5. +8
    August 10 2016
    Our forces in Syria act with the sanction of the legitimate president of this country, why ... why on earth does Turkey allow itself to make any claims regarding the conduct of hostilities for us and Syria? Some kind of cognitive dissonance. To send to hell with pigs and all business.
  6. +2
    August 10 2016
    let the bandits persuade to lay down their arms)))
  7. +3
    August 10 2016
    I once said that the gdp squeezed Erdogash, that's how I said, you need to take Turkish officers for training. this is how one can keep abreast of Turkish internal and external activities. the incoming delegation is announcing this.
  8. +3
    August 10 2016
    I once said that the gdp squeezed Erdogash, that's how I said, you need to take Turkish officers for training. this is how one can keep abreast of Turkish internal and external activities. the incoming delegation is announcing this.
  9. 0
    August 10 2016
    Minister didn’t say to remove Assad, but Erdogan said it, I’m sure that the Turks will pour sand into our eyes
    1. -1
      August 10 2016
      ... from the beaches of Antalya. They cannot live without it. EAST. A ton of persimmon in their mouth ...
  10. +3
    August 10 2016
    Is this the Turkish intelligence service that "missed" the preparation of a military coup in the country?
    Or did she successfully carry it out herself, as a "coup attempt"?
    And ours know, but pretend that they know nothing ?!
    Politics, her mother!
  11. +3
    August 10 2016
    No terminations in Aleppo. Barmaleev squeeze and dispose, until the world has spread. am
    1. +1
      August 10 2016
      Yes, fertilizing Syrian land does not hurt.
  12. +2
    August 10 2016
    In fact, he flew with Erdogan. What surprised a lot of those who believed that he would be imprisoned.
  13. +1
    August 10 2016
    the usual statements in the style of "Assad must leave" from the lips of the Turkish minister did not sound ...


    Most likely, Assad must stay is preferable for Russia
  14. +1
    August 10 2016
    I thought that at a meeting with Putin, the Turks would climb to kiss him. It would be necessary to hold on to this fierce, friendly impulse, or even stolen oil, and the reel of the militants across the border, and Erdogan’s ties with the militants soon will not be heard in friendly terms.
    1. 0
      August 10 2016
      If you can’t cut off your hand, kiss her. Turkish proverb and Turkish essence

      We are no longer angry with Turkey
      Healed a bloody wound
      And taken out of Putin's powerful back
      Erdogan's traitorous knife (s)
  15. +1
    August 10 2016
    Either the Turks will play by our rules, or "Erdogad must go forever"!
  16. -2
    August 10 2016
    And about the million Turks on the Ukrainian plot along the border with the Crimea, they spoke interestingly? Maybe in view of the sudden outbreak of fraternal love between the two leaders, we ourselves can resettle this million in Crimea? On the other hand, if the "unsuccessful coup" is the business of our specialists, it is worth drinking a glass of cognac for such "not only tomatoes" ... To arrange such a boil in the army of a potential enemy, in his power and administrative structures .. full trousers for the leader .. - and take him warm .. Such an interesting time, wow .. And a dozen military personnel who died in a foreign land are probably not the highest price for oil flows, influence in the Middle East and Europe .. And yet - I think this the meeting will greatly cool our friendship with Armenia .. In light of the friendship with Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey ...
    1. +2
      August 10 2016
      Dikson
      Speak strongly? And Sargsyan doesn’t think so, otherwise already today wouldn’t rush to GDP ... Afraid to be late ....
      1. +1
        August 10 2016
        Quote: your1970
        Cool, say? But Sargsyan does not think so, otherwise today he would not have rushed to the GDP ...



        And certainly not in order to dictate to Putin his conditions ...
    2. +1
      August 10 2016
      Quote: Dikson
      I think this meeting will greatly cool our friendship with Armenia .. In the light of friendship with Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey ...


      Azerbaijan, Iran, Russia - this is one package (gas-economic and the Caspian regional) ... Russia and Turkey - another package ... It was right that they did not "package" together with Turkey, here Armenia would be unhappy. ..

      Cool our friendship? Are we not helping her with normal relationships? Are we plotting behind her?

      It is the Armenian representatives behind Russia who are conducting slurred negotiations with NATO representatives, being legally a member of the CSTO ...

      Well, so that Armenia does not take offense, we must stop all relations with everyone who does not like it ... laughing
  17. +1
    August 10 2016
    Quote: sever.56
    Nehru discuss! Let them close the borders for bandits and forget about dictating their conditions to us and Assad ....

    Exactly.
    If the SAA offensive in Latakia dies because of the support of terrorists by Turkey, then all these Reggeperdogan statements are not worth a penny.
  18. 0
    August 10 2016
    I have a feeling that Turkey is waiting for the second fall of Constantinople.
  19. 0
    August 10 2016
    ... if the siege stops, ...

    And if it does not stop? Then what?

    - Do you have barmalei?
    - No...
    - And if I find?
  20. 0
    August 10 2016
    So far, the fact that the usual statements in the style of "Assad must leave" from the lips of the Turkish minister has not been heard ...

    Well, at least something ...
  21. +2
    August 10 2016
    Good news. If only the third party did not tune the provocation. Not everyone is happy about this meeting and the agreements reached at it ...
  22. +1
    August 10 2016
    Rotten politics to negotiate with the Jews. It’s necessary to beat the Turks.
    1. +3
      August 10 2016
      Turkey is unreliable, crafty, traditionally oriental, but hardly vile and rotten in the West. We negotiate with Zavad and Turkey. But we negotiate with Turkey from a position of strength, Turkey can’t stop us from Syria more than it is now. We can inflict a lot of troubles on Erdogan by playing the Kurdish issue with the supply of weapons, instructors, diplomatic and financial support. Especially given the weakening of the Turkish army by purges and the complete distrust of the authorities on her part.
  23. 0
    August 10 2016
    I can’t even imagine what would happen now if instead of Putin there was any Yeltsin ....
  24. +1
    August 10 2016
    It would be nice to ask the head of the national intelligence of Turkey "in order to implement the agreements on normalization" all the classified information on the plans and agents of Kiev in our Crimea and Donbass. Over the past six months, the Turks had many contacts with independent contacts, they planned a lot. And it's time for Ankara to decide on the Crimean Mejlis, since Erdogan has come to St. Petersburg!
  25. 0
    August 10 2016
    Quote: weksha50
    omelet with tomatoes ...


    Cool thing I will report to you ....
  26. +2
    August 10 2016
    Quote: bald
    Rotten politics to negotiate with the Jews. It’s necessary to beat the Turks.

    absolutely correct . I don't know what Erdogan thinks, but Cavusoglu is scum and bastards. it was his department that issued fake Syrian passports to militants who fled at full speed from the Assad troops. it was they who filled Europe with "refugee" militants. it was they who supported and are now supporting the militants in Aleppo and supply them with weapons. It was the MIT officers who helped to pass through minefields from Turkey to Syria and trained the militants on the territory of Turkey, and Cavusoglu is there to the very top in shit. he has no right to dictate any conditions to the Russian government and the command of the Armed Forces on the territory of the SAR. pipe-pipe, but they were not invited to Syria. let them sit on their jo..pe. they recently announced that Greece was allegedly holding the islands of the East Aegean Sea illegally. and announced that they would take some measures there. ok. we are waiting, but not empty-handed or flowers. the conversation with the Turks can only concern the Turkish stream and something else in finance and tourism. but militarily there should be no treaties with them. Turks are aggressors, and they have not yet been punished for a single crime. don't forget history. they will show you more than once who they really are.
  27. 0
    August 11 2016
    Putin and Erdogan agreed - now working out the details. I think there will be more visits by "other officials as well."

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