France’s President Francois Hollande has highlighted Turkey’s “contradictory” actions in Syria whilst also warning Russia not to become a “protagonist” in the war.

Hollande said “multiple, contradictory interventions carry the risk of a general inflammation.”

Although he sympathized of ISIS’ threat to Turkey at its borders, he criticized Turkey’s actions against the Kurdish YPG forces who fight ISIS with French and other coalition air support.

He then went onto say that Russia should be “a player in negotiations, not a protagonist in the action” and that Moscow should cooperate with the US-led coalition.

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Hollande is an imbecile.

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that just about sums him up yes

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The imbecile is strangely seen as a saviour in western Africa and even a hero in Mali. Now I’d really prefer us not acting in such lame coalition as we could pound the Qaedans and Da’ishbags all day long! Rafales have proved that if you have spare engines around, they can assume 10/11 sorties a day! Moronic Sarkozy should never ever have putted us back in NATO integrated command : it makes us bonded when by acting without constraint we’re much more efficient. The imbecile is a very good administrator : Sarkozy nearly led the state to bankrucy, t took… Read more »

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maicon enrique

alguém tem que parar a turquia antes que eles cheguem ate al bab ou pior ate raqa.

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why is France already there @fhollande @AFP

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France (and Italy) started to bomb Libya in 2011.
This guy has to be in front of a firing squad and not in th eoffice.

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Retard islam.. One smart guy became atheist.. Respect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF7Drc-SXNM