FM: Turkiye will give Syria ‘political help’ to oust fear-based oppressors

Thomas Henry
2 min readJul 29, 2022

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said his nation will give a wide range of political help to the Syrian system to remove fear-based oppressors from the district, noticing that Ankara had held chats with Iran in such a manner.

“We will give a wide range of political help for the [Syrian] system’s work in such manner,” Cavusoglu said in a meeting on Turkey’s TV100 channel. “It is the normal right of the [Syrian] system to eliminate the fear monger association from its domain,” he added, alluding to the Syrian Democratic Forces (YPG) and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) which are assigned “psychological oppressors” by Turkiye.

In any case, he made sense that “it isn’t right for the [regime] to see moderate resistance as psychological oppressors.”

“Russia and the United States have not satisfied their commitments in regards to Syria, and Moscow is trying to coordinate the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) into the Syrian system,” he added.

He has recently said that Turkiye “may send off a tactical activity in Syria all of a sudden.”

In the meantime, the Syrian Defense Ministry reported that the Syrian armed force is prepared to face any “conceivable hostility from Turkiye and its partnered associations.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had reported that his nation plans to send off a tactical activity in Syria determined to battle “psychological warfare” and lay out a “cradle zone”, noticing that a choice will be taken in such manner soon.

Turkiye has been doing assaults in Iraq and Syria against the Kurdish People’s Protection Units in Syria and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), to keep dangers from Kurdish groups unfriendly to it, it claims.



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