Turkish President Recep Erdogan has described Russian President Vladimir Putin as an “occupier” in Syria, the Bloomberg news group reported Monday.
“What are we [Putin] doing in Syria? You’re radically an occupier,” Erdogan pronounced in comments published by the Turkish Hurriyet newspaper, Bloomberg reported.
Erdogan’s comments came after the recent cessation of a UN-hosted assent discussion on Syria in Geneva. The conference was shelved due to the new descent of Syrian supervision army opposite rebels nearby Aleppo.
Last week Erdogan due a meeting with Putin to discuss the latest developments in the attribute between the two countries, though Putin incited down the offer.
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