” Further, he claimed that the purpose of this strategy was to divide Syria and Iraq along ethnic and sectarian lines in order to surround the south of Turkey.
What should Turkey’s diplomatic, economic and military measures be? Since the First World War, Turkey has not gained any benefit from the conflicts in the Middle East, particularly in Iraq and Syria.
A possible conflict between Baghdad and Erbil will undermine the fight against Daesh while creating a more convenient area of crisis for terror groups such as the PKK and its Syrian wing PYD.
uring Putin’s visit to Ankara on Thursday, many issues were laid on the table including Syria, northern Iraq and bilateral relations.
We know that the authority gaps seen in Beqaa following the Lebanese Civil War, in northern Iraq after the 1991 Gulf War and in the north of Syria as a result of the Syrian Civil War created convenient spaces for the PKK to improve and expand.
” He added, “These five countries, which are strong actors in their regions, can contribute significantly to regional and global peace and stability…” Regarding the current refugee crises including Rohingya and Syria, Kahraman emphasized that relations between humanitarian aid and sustainable development, the role of migrants during works for sustainable development and the fight against terrorism should all be handled together.
Concerns for international law and justice, alas, play only a negligible role for these actors as we have seen, for instance, in the entire episode of the Palestinian tragedy and the deafening silence in the face of the killing fields of Assad’s Syria since 2011.
Another conflict in the region, which Turkey has approached with a humanitarian perspective is the Syrian civil war.
org/the-kurdish-quest-for-independence-in-iraq-and-its-repercussions-for-turkey-and-the-region/ Turkey to debate military operation in Iraq and Syria The ongoing developments in Iraq and Syria remain high on the political agenda.
Praising this progress, at the World Business Summit in New York, which was organized by MUSIAD USA, Zeybekci stated that “despite the coup attempt last year, the ring of fire in Syria and Iraq, and economic difficulties with Russia, we had an economy that expanded by 3.
After the visit by TIKA, assisted by First Lady Emine Erdogan, where 1,000 tons of aid was delivered to the Rohingya Muslims who had fled violence, President Erdogan raised the issue at the UN General Assembly claiming that the international community has remained silent once again “just like it did in Syria.
In his speech, Erdogan stated that “just like Syria, the international community has not given a good account of itself” in regards to helping Rohingya Muslims.
The most recent example has been the Syrian war, which has continued for 7 years, and resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and the displacement of millions.