The Turkish interior minister directly stated that the US is behind the terrorist attacks in Turkey, despite the fact that Erdogan adopted a softer stance.
Unprecedented delirium by Turkey’s “hardline” interior minister Suleiman Soylu.
As reported by SKAI’s Turkey correspondent Manolis Kostidis, neither more nor less Soilou characterized Greece, the Kurds and also Taiwan as “intermediaries” of the international interests of the Americans, while he directly stated that the USA was behind the terrorist attack in Istanbul, despite the fact that Erdogan… vacated him by adopting a softer stance.
“The US arranges its plans with China through Taiwan, their accounts in the Balkans through Greeceand their accounts in the Middle East through the PKK/PYD,” he said.
“The US behind the terrorist attacks”
The Turkish interior minister directly stated that the US is behind the terrorist attacks in Turkey, despite the fact that Erdogan adopted a softer stance. Soylu had not accepted the condolences of the US for the terrorist attack in Istanbul, causing the reaction of the White House who spoke for irresponsible attitude.
“The attack in Mersin (September 26, 2022 bomb near a police station with one dead), but also on Istiklal Street, came from Manbij (Syria). Manbeach is where your bosses are, simple as that. Behind it stands America, the PYD and the PKK” he said characteristically.
“We don’t take anyone’s permission”
“Turkey is a country that has influence from Azerbaijan to Libya. It is a country that does not take permission from anyone even when it searches for natural resources in the seas, when it carries out operations against terrorists across the borders, when it opens Varosia, when it prays inside the Hagia Sophia, when it builds the domestically manufactured car” commented defiantly Soylou.
Soylou also took the side of Tehran
“With the sanctions they have been applying for years, the United States has isolated and cut off Iran from the rest of the world,” Turkey’s interior minister added, clearly siding with the Tehran regime.
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