air strikes from both sides
Significantly, in this blast in Taksim Square of Istanbul, Turkey, a total of 6 people were killed and more than 81 people were injured. Turkey blamed the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) for the blast. To avenge this, on November 20, Turkey carried out airstrikes in the northern areas of Syria and Iraq, in which a total of 31 people were killed and many were injured. After this, the answer came again from the northern region of Syria. Rocket fired into Turkish border, injuring 3 people.
Bitterness in relations between Russia and Turkey regarding Syria
Now Russia’s reaction has come regarding the resumed attack between the two countries. Let us tell you that Turkey is a member of NATO but it is closer to Russia. Relations between Russia and Turkey are getting deeper day by day in the Putin era. But relations between the two countries remain divided on the Syria issue. Turkey considers the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) present here a terrorist organization and believes that the YPG fighting in Syria is its branch, which it wants to eliminate.
America also considers PKK as a terrorist organization
The US also considers the PKK a terrorist organization, but the US has an alliance with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) led by the YPG Kurdish militia, because with the help of this organization, the US has been able to curb ISIS. A deep rift has arisen in the relations between America and Turkey regarding this. “We hope that our pleas will be heard in Ankara and other ways to solve the problem will be found there,” Lavrentyev said after a new round of pro-Syria talks with the Turkish and Iranian delegations in Kazakhstan on Wednesday.
Kurdish issue will be resolved without America
“Without the US presence, the Kurdish issue could have been resolved very quickly,” Lavrentyev said. Russia, Turkey and Iran in a joint statement after the talks called for undermining Syria’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and including cross-border attacks and infiltrations. pledged to oppose separatist plans aimed at jeopardizing the national security of neighboring countries. Lavrentyev said the sides have discussed involving China in further Astana talks as an observer, an idea that But Iran has agreed, while Turkey is still considering it.In 2017, Russia, Iran and Turkey started political talks under the Astana process.