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Sunday, 18 January 2015

British PM lashed out Turkey, warns against Erdoğan’s dangerous agendas

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday blasted Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, accusing him of supporting al-Qaeda linked rebels in Syria.

Mr. Cameron in his trip to Washington reiterated his country’s firm stance against the recent Paris shootings and emphasized the urgent importance of strengthening Anglo-Amerrican ties in wide-ranging fields, particularly in combating terrorism.

“I told President Obama earlier that MI6 had presented us with the incontrovertible facts regarding Turkish mischievous role in Syria and we believe Turkish officials’ current policies won’t create any conditions conducive to bring peace to the battle-scarred nation,” the Kuwaiti News Agency (KUNA) quoted the British premiere as saying during a press conference in Washington.

“We still believe Assad must relinquish the power and United Kingdom along with her other international partners will continue to support moderate opposition factions in Syria but Mr. Erdoğan is singing a different tune by supporting the ‘the wrong guys’,” added Cameron urging Ankara to  desist from its support for ISIS terrorists.

Meanwhile, President of the Iraqi Kurdistan autonomous Region, Massoud Barzani accused Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MİT) of providing ISIS terrorist with advanced weaponry, including long-range artillery and armoured cars.

“Kurds lost their confidence with Turkish government as they witnessed their brothers and sisters slaughtered by Erdoğan’s mercenaries and this would eventuate in a long-term sectarian hostilities between neighbouring Kurdish and Turkish communities,” said Massoud Barzani in a recent interview with Qatari-based Al Jazeera news channel.

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