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Turkish PM urges Russia, China, Iran to review stance on Syria
Turkish PM urges Russia, China, Iran to review stance on Syria

Turkey's prime minister has called on Russia, China and Iran to change their stance on the Syrian conflict.

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Turkey's prime minister has called on Russia, China and Iran to change their stance on the Syrian conflict.

"There is a cruel regime in Damascus and this regime relentlessly massacres its own people. We are calling on Russia, China and also Iran to review their positions. History will not forgive those who took sides with oppressors," Recep Tayyip Erdogan told a congress of his Justice and Development (AK) Party.

Erdogan also pledged that Turkey would continue to help and extend logistic support for the Syrian people fighting the Damascus regime.

Turkey has been providing shelter for more than 90 thousand Syrian refugees who had fled government violence in their country.



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