According to the Algerian online publication “El-Watan“, the Turkish and Syrian governments have been secretly conducted meetings in Algiers to discuss the federalist government the Kurdish PYD regime was promoting inside northern Syria.

Citing a diplomatic source, El-Watan alleged that Turkey requested to meet with the Syrian government to ease the tensions between the two countries; these meetings have been reportedly facilitated by the Algerian government.

The same source stated that the Algerian government also played a role in easing tensions between Turkey and Russia after the former’s military shot down an SU-24 fighter jet inside the Latakia Governorate’s northern countryside in November 2015.

 

Syrian Foreign Minister, Walid Mu’allem, reportedly met with the Algerian mediators to discuss this topic during his state visit in late March.

 

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El Cid
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El Cid

The Syrian government would be stupid to meet the facilitators of the terrorists in any shape of form. Especially when the terrorists are on an offensive against them, aided by Turkey.

Ali Hamieh
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Ali Hamieh

They do have the same interests of not letting the Kurds hold power in Northern Syria. Turkey can help alot to crush them.

German
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German

I think, its more the question, how much Turkey would tolerate Kurds independence in North Syria.

El Cid
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El Cid

Ali thousands upon thousands of Syrians have been murdered by Turkish armed and funded terrorists, Syria has been destroyed, and you talk about “same interests”. That’s like playing chess blindfolded.

daeshit sucks
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daeshit sucks

No fun, kurds will have their own state with bits of Iraq, Syria AND Turkey, this will be Turkey’s punishment to have funded jihaddists.

Siam
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Siam

turks have realised their fault

daeshit sucks
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daeshit sucks

Erdogan is an islamist liked to the muslim brotherhood, period…