BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – The Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told the provincial congress of the AKP during his trip in Burdur that his regime have been working with Russia and Iran to end the Syrian.
“We have taken initiative with Russia and Iran to end the civil war, which has been going on in Syria for 7 years and to end the turmoil,” Yildirim stated, as quoted by Anadolu News Agency.
Furthermore, the Yildrim added stressed that Turkey is working to achieve a “lasting peace” and the “establishment of a new government.”
“The next step is to achieve lasting peace. In other words, the establishment of a new government in Syria, where all the groups that have not been involved in terrorism and all ethnic groups will be included, taking territorial integrity into account,” Yildirim concluded.
Yildirim’s comments come just days after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad a ‘terrorist,’ adding that Turkey refuses to work with him.