Turkish PM: Many leaders of G-20 coun...

Turkish PM: Many leaders of G-20 countries support military operation in Syria

There are 2 comments on the Trend story from Sep 7, 2013, titled Turkish PM: Many leaders of G-20 countries support military operation in Syria. In it, Trend reports that:

Many leaders of the states and governments of G-20 countries stand for the military operation in Syria to stop violence by the regime in the country, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at the press-conference in St.Petersburg on Friday, TRT Haber TV Channel reported.

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Dander

Sydney, Australia

#1 Sep 7, 2013
Tayyip is scared of Assad, otherwise he would have done it on his own.

Since: Sep 13

Location hidden

#2 Sep 7, 2013
and armenoids are scared of exposing their archives.

at least even though tayyip is a traitor, there is a lot to discuss about turkey.

its not a banana repulic toilet country like your fakemenia, sorry armenia.

thats why you armenoid diaspora fanatics do not even bother living in it and make a living from spreading history fairy tales in the west.

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