In an interview in New York on Sunday with The Post?s Lally Weymouth, Turkish President Abdullah Gül said that he does not see the U.S.-Russia framework agreement as a solution to the Syria crisis and that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must go. Excerpts:
Whether or not a movement is primarily violent or nonviolent, what is important is whether it employs strategies and tactics that can maximize its chances of success. A reply to Nader Hashemi.
Turkish President Abdullah Gül has said it would be ?unrealistic? to have any discussion on the Syrian war without the inclusion of Iran
Turkey’s air force on Sunday paid tribute to the crew who shot down a Syrian military helicopter which it said had violated Turkish airspace.
Any investment cannot be planned for Syria at the moment, whereas Turkish investors in Egypt have encountered hardly any problems during the revolution and coup, the head of a Turkish business group has said
A country standing on the brink of a highly risky foreign military intervention amid an ongoing civil war
Syria is officially now Turkey?s number one foreign policy problem, as stated by Turkish President Abdullah Gül
ANKARA (AFP) – Turkey’s President Abdullah Gul said his country will not “tolerate” al-Qaeda-type groups emerging in the Syrian conflict following fighting between rebels and jihadists last week.”We will not allow any formation beyond our borders that would threaten Turkey and the entire region,” Gul was quoted as saying by the Milliyet newspaper on Sunday. “We can never tolerate this.”The