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Turkey's Erdogan finds ally on Syria plan in visit with Hungary's Orban

Deutsche Welle Thursday, 7 November 2019
Despite facing EU censure over Turkey's Syria offensive, Erdogan has landed support from Hungary. During a visit, Erdogan repeated his threat to let refugees come to Europe and was hailed as a security partner by Orban.
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