Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the Syrian government will pay a “very heavy price” amid the attack against Turkish soldiers in Idlib. The comment was made during a ceremony award that took place in Ankara on Tuesday.

“The [Syrian] regime, especially in Idlib, got what they deserved. But this is not enough, we will continue. Because if they keep attacking our troops, they will pay a very heavy price. I will publicly announce these steps tomorrow,” said Erdogan.

The Turkish president specified that a meeting regarding the issue will take place the next day.

Five Turkish soldiers were reportedly killed and as many injured when the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched an offensive on the airport of Taftanaz, in the Idlib province, on Monday.

 

Credit: Ruptly

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Er-Dog-An, better take your army back home, and stop obeying orders of Israel-USA.

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Which “home” for UNHUMAN GENOCIDALS? Anatolia as well is an occupied land… BACK TO CENTRAL ASIA BY FOOT!

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En réalité il a très peur, il s’est mis dans une situation sans issue, le Gollem!

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C’est un type dérangé.

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Now that most of NE Syria is off-limits to the Turks owing to the USA’s base building and protection of the Kurds there, Erdogan’s plan B is direct Turkish invasion of Idlib to try and defeat the SAA and to subsequently occupy the NW Syrian territory under direct Turkish rule. Otherwise, Erdogan’s government will have very little to show for the years of backing and using various jihadi groups to undermine the Syrian Government and to steal that country’s oil. You will notice that the Turk’s transport of jihadis and Syrian mercenaries to Libya have slowed or stopped for the… Read more »

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Joint S400 production will be canceled over this

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C’est juste un trou de balle hitlérien.
Une ordure aidant des criminels est un criminel.

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And now you think Russia can trust Turkey with s400 secrets? Get real.

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Duncan Cameron

Yes the SAA got what they deserved. Indeed they did, almost half of Idlib !