BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:10 P.M.) – Turkey and Russia are reportedly in talks about Ankara using armed and unarmed drones in Syria’s airspace.

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Citing Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, Reuters reported that Ankara is experiencing issues because they are not able to access Syria’s airspace with their unmanned aerial vehicles.

Speaking to reporters in parliament, Akar said Ankara was “hopeful” about ongoing talks between Turkish and Russian officials in Ankara over the northwestern Idlib region, where Turkey’s military is backing militants against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA)

Akar also said he would speak with U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper by telephone later on Thursday, broadcaster NTV said.

Akar’s request to Russia comes a day after the Syrian air defense forces shot down an armed Turkish drone over the Idlib countryside.

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Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

Syria is not the property of Turkey neither USA.
Theses countries have to GO HOME.

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… and Russia as well

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Russia, like Iran, WAS INVITED, and its military operates in Syria with the permission of the internationally-recognized Syrian government, in full accordance with International Law.

In contrast, Turkey, the US, and Israel are invaders, ILLEGALLY occupying Syrian territory.

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hestroy

And you are an imbe.cile.

hestroy
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hestroy

And you are an imbe.cile. Like an ordinary Turk.

NKusa
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You have no idea what INVITED guest means?
When sister board up room
To keep out
NOT INVITED,placenta is not a beauty product

Sony
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Russia is invited from the legal goverment. Turkey and USA are intruders.

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notonato

Won’t happen Erdofag.

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Chauhan Chauhan

Is he retarded for asking permission for airspace so they can use armed drone on SAA. Erdogon think Russia is dumb or putin is dumb

Sweet Robert
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Who knows the mind of Muslim Brotherhood loon, Erdogran the Reprobate. Perhaps he was being a wise guy insulting Putin as they’ve already have used armed drones.

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NKusa

The man is not well
Can I borrow your bullets
To shoot later, AT YOU,PERHAPS,I DONT KNOW,ALL DEPENDS
IF YOUNG MAN OF PLEASURE
FEEDME ERHER KUMQUAT

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Stern Daler

The poor Caliph is b**t sore because he must buy new drones.

Daeshbags-Sux
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In fact build these : Turkey has domestic production. Haftar shot down some too 🙂
Let’s hope Turkey ends with none in the end.

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Nestor Arapa

Hay fuentes donde mencionan que Rusia a aceptado el uso de drones armados sobre Siria y parece que Erdogan está contento con los últimos avances en terreno de sus mercenarios. Solo espero que esta afirmación solo sea una mentira mas por parte del gobierno Turco, Rusia debe asistir con la fuerza aérea en Saraqib.

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Según lo que he leído, la fuerza aérea rusa ya esta asistiendo en la región de Saraqib. No puedo creer que aceptarían drones turcos (armados o no armados) en Siria, mucho menos en esa región. Si Rusia lo hiciera, perdería toda su credibilidad en el escenario mundial!

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And the answer was… HET (niet)!

Hayton
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Turkey is going to send drones into Idlib anyway. They’re just following protocol – ask first, expecting to be refused, but putting Russia on notice.

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THIS is the funny part of this show!!!

Zarko
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Zarko

the great sultan.the great this and that …and they still need PERMISION to fly drones..in Syria,a islamic land from 1400 years from the KAFIRS?!!

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Times as come
Let the force of RIGHTEOUSNESS skin dark matter,sore and BILE FILLED MUHACIR must be expose
As lovers of s*x gang fiends
Leave sovereign land
Limp wrist dum dum boy
#ASTROGLIDE 💪🏻🦃💣🤜🥥🇹🇷Fisting Turks dont hide the practised of self love on DUDE RANCH