The Syrian Observer : Un responsable russe : la fermeture de l’espace aérien par la Turquie pour les vols militaires russes vers la Syrie est hostile

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi on September 29, 2021. (Photo by Vladimir SMIRNOV / POOL / AFP)

Andrei Kortunov, directeur général du Conseil russe des affaires internationales, a déclaré que la décision n’aura pas d’impact sur la Russie, selon al-Watan.

Andrei Kortunov, the Director-General of the Russian Council of International Affairs, described the Turkish regime’s decision to close Turkish airspace for Russian military personnel and equipment flights to Syria as a “hostile step” by Ankara. Kortunov indicated that the two countries harbour several fundamental differences on the issue of Syria, including the future of Idleb and the situation in areas controlled by Kurdish militias. He considered that these schisms could contribute to exacerbating differences even further. LINK TO ARTICLE