Moscow accused Turkey of not fulfilling Sochi accords


The aggravation of the situation in northern Syria stems directly from Turkey’s reluctance to implement the agreements reached in Sochi a year ago.


This is the conclusion that can be drawn up after the statement by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov to the channel “Russia 1” in the program “Russia. Kremlin. Putin. "

According to him, according to the Sochi accords, which were signed by Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish side committed to guarantee the withdrawal, delimitation and withdrawal of heavy weapons from the demilitarized zone in Syria.

However, to date, and Ankara does not particularly hide this, pro-Turkish militants still hold defenses in Idlib, and at the same time receive ammunition, ammunition and armored vehicles from Turkey.

It was this position of Turkey in relation to its obligations that became the reason for the clash of the Syrian government forces not only with the militants, but also with the Turkish units.

At the same time, the Turkish leadership continues to complicate the situation in the border regions of Syria, declaring its intention to conduct a military operation in the region.

Ankara should not forget that a war on two fronts - in Syria and Libya, may not be able to do it.

Previously we wrotethat the Turkish military contingent suffered the first losses in the battles for the capital of Libya - the city of Tripoli.
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  1. Rusa Offline Rusa
    Rusa 23 February 2020 20: 05
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    It turns out that Ankara is non-negotiable. Consequently, Moscow should act differently, tougher to support the Syrian government’s army in the fight against terrorists and invaders, to help Damascus with modern weapons, including artillery, UAVs, combat aircraft and air defense systems.
  2. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 23 February 2020 20: 34
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    Got it! Maybe now diplomats will give way to the military!
    1. Bitter Offline Bitter
      Bitter (Gleb) 23 February 2020 23: 21
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      ... now the diplomats will succumb ...

      What are they, suckers or something?
      Nobody calls into question the contractability of Moscow, in any case the last thirty years.
  3. Bitter Offline Bitter
    Bitter (Gleb) 23 February 2020 23: 14
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    ... to date, and Ankara does not particularly hide this, Turkish militants still keep their defenses in Idlib, and at the same time receive ammunition from Turkey ...

    Ankara has never hidden this. Now, thanks to the agreements, "put a foot in the door" - the observation posts were strengthened and strengthened, the opposition was given a break. They put a bolt on joint patrols, but, probably, the emphasis should be made only on "joint".

    Ankara should not forget that a war on two fronts - in Syria and Libya, may not be able to do it.

    Yes, it seems like unforgettable girls are sitting in Ankara; on the part of Moscow, such concern for partners generally touches. Maybe a credit toss or weapons of what?