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Analysts stress Turkey's key role in Balkans and beyond

There are 18 comments on the SETimes news story from Apr 24, 2012, titled Analysts stress Turkey's key role in Balkans and beyond. In it, SETimes news reports that:

Despite excellent political and diplomatic relations with countries in the Balkans, Turkey can contribute to regional stability by intensifying economic ties and investments in individual countries.

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Turchiacus

Lockport, NY

#1 Apr 24, 2012
Certainly, Turkey, can do a lot in that part of Europe except in Servia.
barry

Adelaide, Australia

#2 Apr 25, 2012
why would turkey help serbia?
they were murdering muslims and raping their women and young girls.
they should be helping bosnia and kosovo, let serbia help rs (they already are anyway)

“tell it how it is”

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#3 Apr 25, 2012
Turkey has no place in European affairs and should have no entry into the EU.
Venezianus

Thailand

#4 Apr 25, 2012
turkey created nothing but religion mess and division between the people in the Balkan. Today all would've been Orthodox except croats and there wouldn't be so much hate. No thanks. Stay in your own sh...thole part of the world ottoman zoophiles and keep your dirty hands off from Balkan.
Montenegrius

Bowmansville, NY

#5 Apr 25, 2012
Venezianus wrote:
turkey created nothing but religion mess and division between the people in the Balkan. Today all would've been Orthodox except croats and there wouldn't be so much hate. No thanks. Stay in your own sh...thole part of the world ottoman zoophiles and keep your dirty hands off from Balkan.
you are s a typcal servoslave, stay in your servian cage and use your own topix name. you are affraid to use your real name which is Servoslave.

The_Baron

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#6 Apr 25, 2012
Agree what Sokol said.
__________

Economic ties OK, but let them stay where they are...
Last time they created pretty much of a mess...
Bronzilla

Athens, Greece

#7 Apr 25, 2012
not even business deals with the turds

look what happen with Uzbekistan
Latvianus

Depew, NY

#8 Apr 25, 2012
Bronzilla wrote:
not even business deals with the turds
look what happen with Uzbekistan
really????
Bronzilla

Athens, Greece

#9 Apr 25, 2012
Latvianus wrote:
<quoted text>really????
look for TUSKON and Fedulah Gulen
Lisabonus

Buffalo, NY

#10 Apr 25, 2012
Bronzilla wrote:
<quoted text>
look for TUSKON and Fedulah Gulen
ya????
Bronzilla

Athens, Greece

#11 Apr 25, 2012
ya sou !!
Bronzilla

Athens, Greece

#12 Apr 25, 2012
tourist in turday -6,38% for first 2012 months

tourist still visit turday

1 germany
2 Iran
3 Georgia
4 Bulgaria
5 Russia

enjoy
blundunt

Midlothian, IL

#13 Apr 26, 2012
The good of Turkey was that it welded the squabbling population of the Balkans into a cohesive whole and made it the main part of a gigantic world power.Since the Turks were most lenient to the Jews and Orthodox Christians,they preserved Orthodoxy and provided a home for all of the Jews that were kicked out of Spain and anywhere else.The Turks had a good foothole in three continents at the same time. If they would have adopted a more modern European Military in the 17th and 18th century there is a good chance that they would still be ruling a vast empire.
Helvetius

Thailand

#14 Apr 26, 2012
And thank God that impaling, high tax, antichrist empire doesn't exist anymore. But there's another evil today, it's called europian union and nato.
el salvador

Balikesir, Turkey

#15 Apr 26, 2012
Helvetius wrote:
And thank God that impaling, high tax, antichrist empire doesn't exist anymore. But there's another evil today, it's called europian union and nato.
if they were antichrist y&#305;u never existed; plus at least to vienna would be Turkic.
Berlinus

Lockport, NY

#16 Apr 26, 2012
Helvetius wrote:
And thank God that impaling, high tax, antichrist empire doesn't exist anymore. But there's another evil today, it's called europian union and nato.
you little fake and phony servoslave would not be able to do anything about EU or NATO. you are a servoslave not Helvetius. You are pretending to be Helvetius but you are a lier.
ANALyst

Athens, Greece

#17 Apr 26, 2012
84% of Turks do not read books,
74% did not go cinema and theater.
68% do not play sports.
80% want religious wife.
82% of Turks has never consumed alcohol.

Turkish Department of Family and Social Policy
blundunt

Midlothian, IL

#18 Apr 27, 2012
Yes the Turks still have a foothold in Europe and if conventional war was what they wanted say, to help their fellow muslims in the Balkans they could again traverse the ancient routes of conquest to deliver their compatriots from Serbian Tyranny!instead of taking decades to advance to Bosnia they could now do it in days!Or they could intervene in the Syrian crisis as well bordering right on their country.Turkey has the power to shut off water to the middle east as well.Will the Turks retain Istanbul til Kingdom come and beyond?Are they smart enough to do any of these things or not to do them?

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