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New Turkish operation in Syria ‘may benefit Russia’

WorldNews Wednesday, 9 October 2019
New Turkish operation in Syria ‘may benefit Russia’ANKARA: Amid a gradual withdrawal of American troops from the Turkish-Syrian border, and tensions between the Turkish military and US-allied Syrian-Kurdish fighters, Moscow’s role is a matter of debate. Russia, a major player in Syria, supports President Bashar Assad’s regime, while Turkey supports rebels opposed to him. Although the Kremlin says Turkey has the right to defend itself, its spokesman Dmitry Peskov reiterated on Monday that Syria’s territorial integrity should be preserved and that all foreign troops “with an illegal presence” must leave the country. If US troops fully withdraw from northeast Syria,...
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