Ankara, SANA – Secretary-General of the Turkish Nationalist Land Party (VP) Dogu Perincek said that the government of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey is a terrorist organization that seeks the destruction of Syria, Iraq and the entire region.

In a statement at Istanbul Airport following a visit to Syria where he had met Syrian officials, on top, President Bashar al-Assad, Perincek said the US and its allies will lose the battle in Syria and the region, adding that territorial integrity of Syria is important like the territorial integrity of Turkey.

He said “it is astonishing to see a Turkish parliamentary delegation in Syria which visited the country to discuss means of fighting terrorists while the Turkish President visits Saudi Arabia to discuss means of supporting terrorism in Syria, Iraq and the region.

He described as “great, honest and friendly” his meeting with President al-Assad, warning that Turkish president Recep Tayyib Erdogan and his Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu are seeking destruction the secular republic of turkey as well.

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