Whether Erdogan is a WAR against the Kurds in Syria





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Published on Jan 15, 2018

Astana trio consisting of Russia, Iran and Turkey, created for the peaceful settlement of the Syrian problem, was under the threat of disintegration. The reason for this was a sharp turn in the policy of Recep Tayyip Erdogan against Syria. If earlier it unambiguously supported all joint military operations of Russia, Iran and Bashar Asawa's army, now it is time to declare the special opinion.

On Moscow Erdogan offended that she gave the regime in Damascus kart-Blash at the beginning of the offensive in the province of Idlib. And Ankara demanded that the Kremlin immediately to stop Assad. Erdogan also offended by its NATO ally, the USA. About can't forgive Donald Trump that he decided to arm Kurdish rebels in the North of Syria. And the Kurds believe Ankara, stir up separatism in the South-East of Turkey, where still operate underground cell of the outlawed Turkey Kurdistan workers ' Party.

Thus, subjected to criticism at the same time Moscow and Washington, Erdogan is trying to justify the coming military operations of Turkey against the Syrian Kurds.
"Our patience with those who are trying to create a terrorist corridor is coming to an end," Erdogan warned, adding that the Turkish military may resume operation Euphrates Shield in Syria in the coming days.

Moscow has not yet responded to Ankara's intention to carry out a large-scale operation, which has not been agreed with the Russian side. Washington is also silent.

So, Erdogan in the Syrian issue is distancing himself from Moscow and Washington, trying to lead his own game. It is hard to say yet how such a risky move of Ankara will justify itself. Most likely, Turkey's military actions against the Syrian Kurds will lead to an even greater aggravation of the situation in the region

Comment by political observer Pravda.ru Aydin Mehdiyev

Recep Tayyip Erdogan (close to the Turkish pronunciation of the name-Erdogan; tour. Recep Tayyip Talks [reˈdʒep taːˈjip ˈerdoː.an]; born 26 February 1954, Istanbul) is a Turkish politician and statesman, President Turkey 28 August 2014.
He won the presidential elections in Turkey on August 10, 2014.[1] in the past — the Prime Minister of Turkey (from March 14, 2003 to August 28, 2014).



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