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Lasting peace in Syria 'not realistic' with Assad

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Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said Monday establishing lasting peace in Syria is not a realistic prospect with regime leader Bashar Assad in place.

Axar.az informs citing Daily Sabah that speaking to reporters in London, Yıldırım also touched upon Turkey's EU membership bid, saying the European Union need to revisit how far they will enlarge in the future and what Turkey's role will be in the bloc.

Yıldırım said the EU is "entirely confused" since Britain voted to leave the bloc.

Yıldırım is in the British capital to meet Prime Minister Theresa May, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Amber Rudd.

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2017.11.27 / 20:44
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