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.
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.
While the US commented on this deal between the two terrorist groups as a “local solution to a local problem,” Foreign Minister Cavusoglu called for more cooperation with Syrians instead of terrorist organizations in Syria.
” 9/11, Al Qaeda, Daesh and the issue of Syrian immigrants have consolidated nationalistic tendencies in vast territories, ranging from Northern Iraq to Central Asia, from Gulf countries to the US and from Europe to Africa, against the “other.
The deal was significant as Turkey began to redefine its strategic and security objectives in the region and in Syria, in particular, after discovering that the United States is providing arms to the PYD/YPG.
During the visit, which will last from 7 to 11 November, parties will discuss a range of issues which include politics, economy and other national and regional security related issues such as Syria, Iraq, FETO, PYD, YPG, and refugees.
"Amid the heightening crisis in Saudi Arabia’s neighborhood, war in Yemen where Saudi Arabia has been involved for the past two years, and the Syrian civil war where Assad, backed by Iran, is gaining back his ground, this high-profile crackdown has triggered a series of speculations about Saudi Arabia’s internal stability.
It is known that the repressive-propagating methods of the PYD, including its establishment in northern Syria, is being directly coordinated and directed by Öcalan and the leadership in the Qandil mountains.
More, in parallel with Israeli policies, the aggravation of sanctions imposed on Hamas-led Gaza by the Sisi regime in Egypt, Turkey’s focus on military operations, especially in Syria, and sanctions launched on Qatar in June all indicated that Hamas was in need of a new strategy.
In March 2016, Turkey and the EU signed a refugee deal which aimed at discouraging irregular migration through the Aegean Sea by taking stricter measures against human traffickers and improving the conditions of the nearly three million Syrian refugees in Turkey.