Syria call drawing attention to Turkey from the Russian official, who said, “Ankara did not give any information before the operation”
Russia President Vladimir Putin’s Special Envoy to Syria, Aleksandr Lavrentyev, urged Turkey to refrain from using “excessive military force” in Syria and to show restraint. Russian news According to the RIA agency, the Moscow administration stated that Turkey “must seek a peaceful solution to the Kurdish problem”.
“ANKARA DID NOT GIVE US ANY INFORMATION”
Stating that Ankara did not inform them in advance about the air operation launched by the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF), Lavrentyev said, “We call on our Turkish colleagues to show a certain restraint in order to prevent the escalation of tensions not only in the northern and northeastern regions of Syria, but also in all lands.” used.
ERDOĞAN SAID “WE ARE NOT WORKING WITH PERMISSION”
Speaking to the press on his return from his visit to Qatar, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said, “We have not had any meetings with Mr. Biden or Mr. Putin regarding this operation. As a matter of fact, as in this case, we always say, we may come suddenly one night. Turkey’s security organization, we do not work with permission. If we are going to take a step, we will make the decision and take this step as well. America should know about us now. It probably knows. How we will take much more important steps decisively in the next process, I hope all of us will see that we have to throw it out,” he said.