Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten: Putin shows Erdogan the limits of permitted in Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) meets with his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi, Russia, May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Alexander Zemlianichenko/Pool - UP1ED530VXE96
23.01.2018

The Idlib crisis is a “test of strength” for Russian-Turkish relations, writes Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten. Russia, despite all the protests and demands of Turkey, does not react and is determined to dislodge all terrorist groups from the Syrian province, the German edition notes. The crisis in the Syrian province of Idlib is a “test of strength” for Russian-Turkish relations, writes Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan “protests” against…

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How the US betrayed the Kurds

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23.01.2018

As you know, the US usually betray their allies. And often those who relied entirely on Washington, blindly trusting their fate, eventually got a knife in the back from Washington. Realizing that this trick does not work with the Turks, the United States this time decided to betray its recent Kurdish allies. With the start of the Turkish military operation against the Kurdish People’s Self-Defense Forces in Afrin, relations between…

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The US State Department has started the song about the Syrian chemical weapons again

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23.01.2018

The US Foreign Ministry has issued another batch of claims against Russia about the fact that country allegedly hinders the verification of the establishment of the facts of the chemical weapons use in Syria. The subject of chemical weapons by Western political elites rises whenever they are going to start any adventure against the backdrop of geopolitical difficulties in Syria. “Interfax” quotes the statement of US Deputy Secretary of State…

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