In this respect, conflicts in the Middle East share similarities – the situation of Iraq following the 2003 invasion and the status of Syria, Yemen and Libya after the 2011 riots are all reminiscent of each other.
Questioning the timing of these declarations while more important issues such as the war in Syria and the fight against Daesh is still continuing, President Erdogan warned that ignoring the "inviolability" of Jerusalem for Muslims would lead to "serious consequences" – leading to the break of relations between Turkey and Israel.
Yemen is just another battle ground in addition to Syria, Iraq and Lebanon for Iranian and Saudi proxies.
Turkey expected the US to say yes to a safe zone in Syria in order to save civilian lives, considering that the US previously carried out the operation in Kosovo - just like Turkey expected the US to adhere to the international norms it advocates and its own “red line” after the chemical attacks in Syria.
UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura speaking at the eighth round of Syria peace talks in Geneva, said: "l was just informed by the Russians today at a P5 meeting.
In the Geneva II Conference on Syria, a UN-backed international peace conference on the future of Syria, the declared aim is to end the Syrian Civil War by bringing together the Syrian government and the opposition to discuss clear steps towards a transitional government.
“Lebanon cannot resolve a question like Hezbollah which is in Syria, Iraq, everywhere because of Iran.
While the migrants from war-torn Middle Eastern countries including Syrian, Yemen and Iraq, where the Western countries are involved in proxy wars, have faced immense racist attacks in Europe and North America over the past few years, Turkey has proved the most hospitable.
" Of late the US began to support the PYD in the Syrian war, claiming to defeat Daesh, but Turkey expressed grave concerns against the move.
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.
Turkish armed forces have established the observation points in Idlib to monitor the cease-fire regime as part of their mission in Syria’s northwestern city’s de-escalation zone.
head of the Syria conference to be held in Russia’s Sochi city Turkish, Russian and Iranian foreign ministers met on Sunday in Turkey's Mediterranean city of Antalya.
This has been particularly obvious in the policies concerning Palestine since the period of the British Mandate, but also concerning the Kurdish issue – whether secret or open – since the 1970s, or, more recently, in the positions taken concerning the conflicts in Syria and Iraq.