Turkey threatens to reveal documents on US cooperation with terrorists

The Turkish Foreign Minister has threatened to reveal documents on US military aid to terrorist groups.

Mevlut Cavusoglu said Friday that Turkey would soon issue authentic documents showing how the United States had armed PKK terrorists.

“The United States continues to be wrong, we have always expressed our opposition to this strategic choice, they are making the same mistakes they made in Iraq, and the stability of these two countries is paramount to us. that is why we must cooperate with the people and not with the terrorists, “he said.

The minister noted that the United States worked with terrorists when it suited them. “We will continue to explain to them that it is extremely risky to work with terrorist groups,” he concluded.

He then dwelt on the Astana talks, hailing an Ankara-Moscow partnership in this regard.

“Cooperation with Russia has allowed us to take tangible steps, the Astana talks are following a transparent process, Russia has played a big role in this, and Iran is contributing to it. ‘evaluate our achievements on this’.

The head of the Turkish diplomacy has described as a “necessary”, a period of transition in Syria so that all parties to conflict can mobilize.

The Turkish, Russian and Iranian Foreign Ministers, in other words the guarantors of the ceasefire in Syria, will meet again this weekend in Antalya, Turkey, to discuss the Syrian issue.

In the wake, the Iranian, Russian and Turkish Presidents will meet on November 22, in Sochi, Russia, to talk about Syria.