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Bloomberg: thousands of Turkish soldiers sent to Syria to contain Putin's attack

Erdogan is preparing an escalation in Syria amid a visit to Putin.

According to the Bloomberg news agency, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ordered several thousand Turkish troops to be sent to Syria to create an escalation in Idlib and prevent the assault of the region by Russian and Syrian militaries. According to the newspaper, this was done purposefully before the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Turkey has sent additional troops to northwest Syria in preparation for a critical meeting with the leaders of Russia and Iran next week, signaling Turkey’s determination to continue blocking an attack on one of the last front lines of the Syrian war. Erdogan is expected to spur the escalation in Idlib when he meets with Vladimir Putin and another prominent Syrian regime supporter, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, on September 29. Thousands of additional soldiers will help deter any attempts by Syrian ground forces to launch an offensive on Idlib and control the roads leading to the Turkish border, officials said.- сообщает Bloomberg Edition.

In turn, Turkey has not yet fulfilled the agreements with Russia on Syria, and in recent months the situation in the region has even worsened. In this regard, Erdogan will be given a condition on the complete withdrawal of Turkish troops from the region, since Turkey's presence in Syria is completely illegal.

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made serious criticism of Russia, accusing it of capturing Crimea, which, according to analysts, would only worsen Ankara's position in the upcoming negotiations.

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