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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu criticised the Syrian administration for being cruel to its own city.
Regarding the clashes in Aleppo city of Syria on Saturday, Davutoglu told reporters that the administration's destroying its own city in such a way showed the level of cruelty in Syria.
Noting that the clashes in Aleppo became very fierce, Davutoglu said that he was planning to speak with UN secretary general about this situation.
Aleppo, which is the center of Syrian economy, is a very important city for Turkey too, said Davutoglu, adding that Turkey would do its best to stop the bombing in Aleppo.
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