on Saturday in Izmir, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan justified the country’s active participation in the events in Syria and Libya by national interests. It’s not a gamble, assured Erdogan, but a struggle for the future. Otherwise, Turkey “tomorrow will have to reap the fruits of their severe mistakes,” said the Turkish leader.
Erdogan said that the negotiations with the presidents of Russia and France Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel was able to form a “road map” for the Syrian province of Idlib.
Turkey’s President promised the citizens to take “more decisive steps” in connection with the deaths in Syria, but also refused “to submit to the scenarios of global powers.”
In recent weeks in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo and Idlib are actively fighting the government army against the terrorists. Russia supports the struggle, using aircraft Military space forces. Turkey considers the anti-terrorist operation in Damascus and Moscow a violation of the Sochi agreement on peaceful settlement.