Thursday, April 6, 2017

Erdogan "Hurts" Putin's Support For Assad


Ankara on Thursday condemned Moscow's support of the Syrian regime accused of an attack assumes that a chemical said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that "suffer" because of his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin's position.


Erdogan said in an interview with the channel "Canal 7" Turkish "I talked with Putin, but said + Is (Bashar) Assad behind it or not? 'If he does not understand this two days ago, it hurts us."

He continued, "We must overcome this as soon as possible, we need to make a decision. Who are our allies? Who are our enemies?"

Turkish President did not specify any in the context of the exchange with his Russian counterpart, but the two leaders spoke by phone Tuesday in the hours that followed the chemical attack supposed.

The Turkish foreign minister born Tchaouc Ihsanoglu strongly criticized Russia's support for the Syrian regime of President.

Ihsanoglu said Tchaouc network "NTV" that "the protection of Russia for this system work completely wrong," he said, adding that one could not "support for this crime against humanity."

These statements are the most critical of which guided Turkey to Russia since improved diplomatic relations in recent months after a serious crisis as a result of dropping a Russian military aircraft between Turkey and Syria in the fall of 2015.

The attack killed Khan Shaikhoun city in the province of Idlib in northwest Syria Tuesday 86 people, including 30 children, according to the outcome of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Thursday.

Russia supports the Syrian regime, while Turkey provides support for the factions are trying to overthrowing.

The two countries Qama with Iran under the auspices of an agreement for a cease-fire in late December, after talks in Astana.

He Tchaouc Ihsanoglu Thursday: "If these continued attacks, the (agreement) Astana will no longer make sense ... Can you go to talks while using chemical weapons?".

Turkey has accused similarly/ to other countries, including the United States, France and Britain, the Syrian regime of being behind Tuesday's attack.

But Moscow, which considered these "accusations unfounded are unacceptable," said Wednesday that Syrian warplanes bombed "reservoir" of the armed factions of the "toxic substances" spread in the air when the explosion of the warehouse.

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