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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Turkey has offered Russia joint fight against Islamic state


The Minister of foreign Affairs of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu called for a joint conducting Russia and its country of operations against the “Islamic state” banned in Russia.


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According to the Minister, which leads TASS, “the idea of a joint operation is still on the agenda, and even in the crisis of relations between the two countries, Turkey continued to urge Russia to work together against terrorists.

Mavlutova explained that the Turkish army known location of the bases of the IG, and aircraft of the country intends to deal with them more actively than before.

Read how Russia became friends again with Turkey.

He also assured that problems with the Incirlik air base (after the attempted coup, she blocked a faithful Erdogan force, it is disconnected from the power supply) is currently eliminated.

Note that the statements of the Turkish Minister has already provoked a puzzled reaction of the experts. They remembered that in the period of aggravation of Russian-Turkish relations, Russian state media accused the family of President Erdogan in business contacts with the militants. In particular, TV channels reported that “the existence of ISIL and the unstable situation in Syria is very beneficial to the Turkish authorities and the family of the President”.

It was about that Erdogan’s son with ISIS sells oil, but almost all the family members of the President are involved in trading values exported terrorists to Syria, and weapons. Erdogan accused not only in “neo-Ottomanism”, but also in promoting development of IG to monstrous condition”.

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