Ahead of his visit to the UK, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirm said on Sunday that the US must “immediately” stop supporting the PKK/PYD terrorist group.
He pointed out; “Exclusion of terrorist elements -- that target both Syrian political unity and territorial integrity and our country - from the process, will be among Turkey's priorities.
It is the intention of all Muslims to be put under the command of terrorist organizations through their actions and to seize even the most basic rights on this pretext.
The first is in regards to the US support for the PKK/PYD in Syria and second, the extradition of Fetullah Gülen, the criminal cult leader of the terrorist organization FETO, who is behind the coup attempt on the July 15 in 2016 which lead to the death of more than 250 people.
n what could amount to confirmation of Turkish apprehensions, PKK/PYD terrorists on Monday attacked Turkish armed forces’ observation point in Idlib.
Even though the National Liberation Front of Corsica (FLNC), which has progressed Corsican nationalism to a certain point with terrorist attacks towards French officials disarmed itself in 2014, this didn’t relieve the French government.
Praising NATO as the “most successful and most effective” military organization that has existed throughout history, Akar referred to the incident in Norway as: “Recently, in one of the NATO exercises we had an unpleasant and unacceptable event, reportedly committed by an individual who may be backed by (Fetullah Terrorist Organization) FETO members.
Cavusoglu stated that the participation of the terrorist group in the Syrian National Dialogue Congress would be unacceptable for Turkey.
“We need a robust, professional mechanism that will help to prevent the proliferation of the threat of chemical terrorism in the region and you need a puppet-like structure to manipulate public opinion,” Nebenzia said.
n Monday the BBC reported that a deal which allowed 350 Daesh fighters and more than 4,000 of their family members to leave Raqqa was made between Daesh and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US-backed force largely comprised of PKK/PYD terrorists.
With further crises including the economic crisis of 2008-2009, which then transformed into the Euro Crisis, the refugee crisis, the increase in hate crimes and anti-EU sentiments, the rise of separatist movements, Brexit, deterioration of transatlantic relations following the election of Trump as the US president, and the increase in terror attacks deemed this decade as the “Crises Period” for the EU.