Davutoglu: Russia will be defeated in Syria as it was in Afghanistan

Thursday, 11 February 2016

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said that Russia will withdraw in defeat from Syria similar to the country’s previous defeat in Afghanistan.

He added: “It is time to stand together for Aleppo and tell them do not be afraid and that we are with you,” stating that 90% of Russian bombs fall on civilians.

Davutoglu said: “The international community lacks conscience and will be held accountable someday for its silence towards what is happening in Syria.”

He warned that the continuation of Syrian airstrikes with the same density in Aleppo would lead to 70,000 Syrian refugees arriving at the Turkish border, pledging that his country will not close its borders to refugees.

He added that Turkey and Germany are the only states that have been receiving refugees with open arms, while the rest of Europe has been afraid of the asylum issue.

Source: Middle East Monitor.

Link: https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/europe/23851-davutoglu-russia-will-be-defeated-in-syria-as-it-was-in-afghanistan.

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