Erdogan’s Syria policy aimed at deceiving Turks:
adivsor to former Syrian President Hafez al-Assad
(PressTV) ~ Ankara’s potential military intervention in Syria will be nothing but a “silly political trick” by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is trying to act strong after he suffered a defeat in parliamentary elections, a former Syrian official tells Press TV.
In an exclusive interview with Press TV, George Jabbour, an adivsor to former Syrian President Hafez al-Assad, reacted to reports of Ankara’s plans for the deployment of army forces to the border with Syria, saying the idea of intervening in Syria was devised by Erdogan to “deceive” the Turkish people that he is still powerful.
“Erdogan would like to say that he continues to feel strong although he was … almost defeated in the elections,” George Jabbour said.
Erdogan’s plan for a possible military intervention in neighboring Syria is “just…
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