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25 April 2018


Turkey doesn't stand with any country on Syria

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Turkey does not stand with any country in Syria, and its stance is different from that of Iran, Russia and the U.S., Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said Monday in response to French President Emanuel Macron's comments.

Axar.az informs citing DS.

Bozdag's comments came in response to Macron, who recently claimed that Turkey's support for U.S.-led strikes against targeting suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria showed that the country "separated" from Russia.

"With those strikes we have separated the Russians and the Turks on this. The Turks condemned the chemical weapons," Macron said Sunday.

"Our Syria policy is not about siding with or opposing any country," Bozdag said, adding that Turkey aims to cooperate with any country who is in favor of defending the "correct principles" in Syria.

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2018.04.16 / 12:40
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