Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan does not rule out the possibility of conducting a joint operation with Russia and Iran against militants in the Syrian de-escalation zone of Idlib, Hurriyet Daily News wrote on Saturday.

“Joint operations can be held at any time in line with the developments. There is no obstacle in front of these. Current measures are for the comfort, happiness and prosperity of the people in Idlib. What is essential for us is the security of the people of Idlib,” Turkish leader was quoted as saying after the trilateral summit on Syria in Russia’s Sochi.

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Ray Douglas

What should be a priority for the people of Idlib is the elimination of terrorists. Erdogan’s priority is the safeguarding of those same terrorists.

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Nestor Arapa

De acuerdo con tu opinión, saludos desde los Andes de Sudamérica.

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Exactly, this buzzard has not created exit corridors for civilians but instead has sent in weapons for his terrorists. Oh he has facilitated the removal of terrorist billboards as he thinks people are stupid enough to believe his newest marketing ploy. This is a worthless partner.

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What I’ve noticed lately is Erdogan slowly but surely is starting to abandon the terrorists in Idlib and he is starting to focus more and more on East Syria. Interesting indeed…

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Nestor Arapa

Falso, Erdogan está dejando de apoyar a Al-qaeda (Tharir Harir Al-Sham) por que estos se han apoderado de varias zonas controlados por los mercenarios que dependen directamente del gobierno Turco.
Erdogan sigue financiando a sus mercenarios en Idlib.

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Daeshbags-Sux

And since he’ll end snubbed while, considering the gigantic loans he took and he can’t repay just like his role-model named Adolf, he also needs land-theft in an area with serious natural resources…
He has the 2nd manpower in NATO armies, pretty powerful air-force, navy and serious tanks, an interesting military industrial complex and a need to seriously improve his image…
Who has the #1 gas reserves on Earth, the #4 oil reserves, a common border with Turkey and no friends?
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