Turkey Syria open conflict


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For anyone wondering this definitely looks like its from Syria this time (not Libya) as the Pantsir-S1 has a KamAZ-6560 chassis (used by Syrians) and the one from Libya had a Rheinmetall MAN-SX45 chassis (used by UAE)


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Turkish helicopters enter Syrian territory to evacuate the wounded from the Turkish forces in Nairab, east Idlib
#Syria #Idlib #BAHARKALKANI https://t.co/06nEnGTtT6

Fighting intensifies in #Idlib as Turkish forces target #SAA tanks and also have reportedly shot down another Syrian jet. #IdlibBattle #TSK @TheWarMonitor @Natsecjeff @BNONews @Eraksti https://t.co/BFizVh8L7M


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A number of sources confirm that Russian forces and #Assad militias have targeted Turkish points in both #Sarmin and Nayrab towns. There is no information yet on casualties among Turkish soldiers.
#Syria #Turkey #Russia #USA #NATO #EU #Iran https://t.co/kexRWTYQAw

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The agreement was announced after six hours of talks between Mr Putin and Mr Erdogan in the Russian capital.

During the talks, President Erdogan failed to obtain a withdrawal by government forces from their recent territorial gains.
uprooted by the offensive - the largest exodus of the entire nine-year war.

The agreement also lacked any mention of a safe zone where displaced Syrians could take shelter. The UN estimates that nearly a million people have been uprooted by the offensive - the largest exodus of the entire nine-year war



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Erdogan seems bound and determined to set the lands of the Turks on fire yet again.
He picks a fight with Syria and Russia. Then blackmails Europe into having his back. Doesn’t get his way and sends thousands of Syrian refugees and fighters to the Greek and Hungarian boarders. I thought the policy of appeasement had been throughly debunked at the end of WW2.

Erdogan should remember that the Czars ultimate goal was reestablishing Constantinople as the seat of the Eastern Orthodox Church. That history still beats in the minds of the Russians. It solves so many economic and military problems for the Russians as well.
It seems the only time there’s anything remotely resembling stability in this region is when an autocrat dominates all of the cultures.