Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Turkish presidential aide urges unity post Syria strike

Turkish presidential aide urges unity post Syria strike

The US, Britain and France hit Syrian military facilities with a wave of joint airstrikes early Saturday in response to an alleged chemical attack blamed on the Syrian military, sparking an outcry from Syria, Russia and Iran.

Erdogan also had an "exchange of views" over the US-led strikes, in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin late on Saturday, the Turkish presidential source said.

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said the strikes had not been launched via Turkey's southern Incirlik air base.

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On Saturday, Trump and his allies had ordered a quick-strike overnight mission in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack a week ago on the rebel-held town of Douma that left more than 40 people dead.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry has commented on the operation launched by the US, UK and France against the Syrian regime.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held telephone conversations with the presidents of Russian Federation and France Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron, Turkish media reports. There is no doubt in the global community's conscience on this matter.

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Erdogan highlighted the importance of working together with France and Russian Federation to resolve Syrian crisis and importance of not escalating tensions in Syria, the sources added.

Ankara said chemical weapons attacks that indiscriminately target civilians "constitute crimes against humanity" and should not go unpunished.

In a written statement, Kalin said: "Using chemical weapons is a violation of worldwide law and a crime against humanity".

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