Turkey informs Russia of its ‘clear’ policy in NW Syria

…from the Anadula Agency, Turkey

[ Editor’s Note: Erdogan begins rolling out his international sob story but forgets we have a long list of the depredations he has inflicted upon Syria during his phony ceasefire pledge. The chickens may have come home to roost for the wannabe sultan.

He is vulnerable politically and militarily, and has a number of major players who would love to watch the Erdogan regime commit hari kari in Syria so he can be replaced by someone committed to Balkanizing Turkey. The suspect list for that is short and does not include Syria.

NATO would be hard pressed to get involved with backing Erdogan in supporting the Idlib terrorists. But along with Trump, it might be thrilled to see the Turks and Syrians go at it, with Russia and Iran caught in the middle…a “two fer one” shot. The US coalition, with mainly Israel and Saudi Arabia, would be ordering the party supplies already and champagne.

What was Turkey’s concern for refugees when the Idlib jihadis blocked civilians from exiting the crossing points? He has supported Idlib terrorists to have a large pool of jihadi extremist muslims to fight for $200 a month for Turkey’s interests, while his own troops watch from safety.

We have an unconfirmed report late afternoon that a coup is eminent in Turkey, with many suspects for putting out false alarms, so we have pinged our sources to keep us informed. Erdogan has huge resources to put down riots, and has a history of making mass arrests to sap the manpower for a coupJim W. Dean ]

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Nothing was agreed upon today

– First published … February 18, 2020


Turkey has made the necessary military preparations in northwestern Syria and told Russian counterparts it was determined to push Bashar al-Assad regime to previous boundaries, spokesman of ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party said on Tuesday.

Omer Celik said Turkey completed necessary military preparations in Syria and it would take necessary steps if the Syrian regime did not withdraw to the previous borderline set by de-escalation deal.

Celik underlined that Russia, an ally of the Syrian regime, was “clearly” informed about Turkey’s stance in the region.

With 148,000 people displaced in Idlib city in the past six days, the number of displaced people in Idlib and neighboring areas since January 2019 has reached nearly 2 million, most of them taking shelter in areas close to the bordering Turkey, which already hosts over 3.6 million Syrian refugees.

Tens of thousands of people, including women and children, are in need of humanitarian assistance as the camps they take shelter in lack basic facilities. They face great difficulty meeting their food and healthcare needs.

Regime forces backed by allies Iran and Russia have been trying to capture the Aleppo countryside and parts of neighboring Idlib province, a stronghold of opposition forces in the war-torn country.

Besides a refugee crisis, their advances have also affected cooperation between Moscow and Ankara, which sent its troops to Idlib as part of the 2017 Astana and 2018 Sochi accords that sought de-escalation.

But regime forces, its allies, and militias loyal to it continue to violate the cease-fire.

So far this month, artillery fire by regime troops has martyred 12 Turkish military personnel and one civilian contractor.

While Ankara and Moscow continue their negotiations over Idlib, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last week said Turkey’s military would drive back Syrian forces if they did not withdraw from the northwestern region.

In response to a question on the recent coup debate in the country, Celik said: “Coup discussion is an unnecessary agenda item for Turkey. All our institutions loyal to democracy are awake.”

FETO and its U.S.-based leader Fetullah Gulen orchestrated the defeated coup of July 15, 2016, which left 251 people martyred and nearly 2,200 injured.

Ankara also accuses FETO of being behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police, and judiciary.

SOURCEAnadula Agency

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  1. The Russian Tupolev SWANS in Syria ARE To NUKE ANKARA coz Erdogan is Being Too Too Stupid ……… The Russian WHITE SWANS Will NUKE various Points of TURKEY ….. Russians are at Wit’s End this Fuker is Too Too Stupid AND ASKING FOR IT …….

    • I’d Say Erdogan got Testosterone Poisoning , that means high on Steroids and unreasonably Aggressive Hence ……….

  2. “But regime forces, its allies, and militias loyal to it continue to violate the cease-fire… So far this month, artillery fire by regime troops has martyred 12 Turkish military personnel and one civilian contractor.” So, Jim, the forces of the Syrian government, still united after 9 years of the depredations of the Zio-Atlanticist program for “Regime Change” is to be called The Regime. Turkish military personnel are “martyred” by The Regime, but young Syrian men are “neutralized” by Erdogan’s pet Takfiri salafist head-choppers. Isn’t it more true that these unfortunate young Turks were martyred by Erdogan’s Neo-Ottoman ambitions? When is the Western Imperium going to allow the Syrian people to live in peace and rebuild their country?

  3. For the dog lovers at VT, Erdogan, in his mind, considers himself to be a Kangal; in reality, he is just a chihuahua.

  4. Erdogan’s playing a very dangerous game. I doubt if the public and military will support his adventurism especially if it involves supporting Israel which must be becoming obvious to even the most obtuse observer.

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