Large losses among Turkish military in Syria hit Erdogan’s reputation

MOSCOW, (BM) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is desperate to save his post and reputation by hiding the real losses of military personnel in Syria. This opinion was expressed by the military observer of the newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda – Viktor Baranets, learned

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The observer of KP believes that the deaths of Turkish soldiers are a strong ideological weapon and the more losses there are, the stronger the “weapon” will hit Erdogan’s reputation.

For this reason, Ankara is strenuously hiding factual data on the deaths of military personnel, writes the news agency FAN.

Baranets also recalled that the Turkish people have repeatedly resorted to military coups, if something does not suit him in the leadership of the leader. In the event that Turkish soldiers continue to die and Erdogan cannot give an adequate explanation for this, then a military coup awaits him.

The observer emphasized that distrust between the common people and the authorities is growing against the backdrop of Turkish aggression in the SAR.

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As we reported yesterday, Turkey left the virtual newsgroup of NATO with scandal. The head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Mevlut Cavusoglu, accused Athens of the death of migrants during the clashes that occurred in March in the region of the Greek-Turkish border.

In response, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias indicated that Ankara’s claims are specially organized propaganda for political purposes and have fake news.

“Greece faced an organized and unprecedented attack on its border and a disinformation campaign from Turkey. The methods used by Turkey violated the values ​​of NATO. All allies have the right to call for NATO solidarity, but only if they fulfill their obligations,” the Greek diplomat emphasized.

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Cavusoglu demanded to give him the opportunity to answer, but NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stopped this attempt, so as not to contribute to inciting scandal online. The Turkish Foreign Minister, in response, disconnected from the conference.


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