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Turkey is seeking to convene a meeting of the Security Council on the Syrian Turks

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Turkey is seeking to convene a meeting of the Security Council on the Syrian Turks





11/23/2015 11:55


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Baghdad - INA / Sources in the office of the Turkish Prime Minister, called for Turkey to hold a meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the attacks on the Turkmens in Syria, days of calling Ankara after the Russian ambassador to protest the bombing "intensive" for the villages.

Turkey and reflect on all occasions its solidarity with the Turkmen living in Syria who are Syrians of Turkish origin. As it has repeatedly voiced concern about Russian military support to Grimha President Bashar al-Assad.

"Reuters" quoted sources as saying that Turkey was in discussions with the United States and Russia over the bombing of villages and sent a message to Britain, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the UN Security Council to ask them to broach the subject.

The sources said that Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu held consultations on the intelligence dimension of the issue with the commander of the armed forces and the Director of the National Intelligence Agency.

She added that the Foreign Minister Feridun Sinarla Ihsanoglu also discussed the issue during a telephone conversation with US Secretary of State John Kerry.

And it summoned Turkey's ambassador in Moscow on Friday and called for an immediate halt to Russian military operation near the border in northern Syria, which included "heavy bombardment" of Turkmen villages inhabited by civilians.

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