Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Turkey Is Hinting That They Want To Normalise Ties With Syria

Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim addresses the media in Ankara, Turkey, June 27, 2016. REUTERS/UMIT BEKTAS

The Guardian: Turkey signals normalisation of relations with Syria

Apparent policy shift could spell end to rebellion against Bashar al-Assad’s rule in Syria.

Turkey has signalled a normalisation of relations with Syria, in an apparent policy shift after five years of a civil war that has increasingly threatened Turkish borders and worn down an anti-government rebellion heavily backed by Ankara.

Such a move, which has been rumoured for weeks in media outlets in Lebanon close to the Bashar al-Assad regime, would represent a tectonic shift in the region’s dynamics, realigning protagonists in the war and potentially spelling an end to the rebellion against Assad’s rule.

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WNU Editor: This is a major change in Turkish policy that will reverberate throughout the Middle East. But will they act on it, and will the Syrian government of Assad respond .... we shall see.

More News On Turkey Hinting That They Want To Normalise Ties With Syria

Turkey PM says aims to develop relations with Syria, Iraq -- Reuters
Turkey hints at normalization of ties with Syria -- AP
Turkey PM Yildirim hints at mending ties with Syria -- BBC
Turkish PM Yildirim is 'sure we will normalize relations with Syria' -- UPI
Ankara Should Normalize Ties With Damascus to Fight Terrorism - Turkish PM -- Sputnik
Turkish PM says restoring relations with Syria is country's 'greatest goal' -- Middle East Monitor

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I suppose everyone is starting to realize that the rebellion is doomed, the only major supply route into Eastern Aleppo is now cut, it's time for plan B.