הנשיא הרוסי פוטין מצליח להשפיל את הנשיא הטורקי ארדואן שוב ושוב
זאת כבר הפעם הריביעית שפוטין משפיל את ארדואן
הפעם פוטין נתן לארדואן לחכות 2 דקות לפני דל הכניסה
הרוסים הציבו מצלמות בכל מקום שהראו אך ההשפלה של ארדואן
ארדואן התעייף וישב מושפל הוא הבין את המסר
פוטין התעצבן על ארדואן בגלל איבליב לפני 4 חודשים
Putin humiliated Erdogan and his entire entourage by making them wait outside the door
Putin humiliated Erdogan and his entire entourage by making them wait outside the door until he couldn’t stand anymore. Where he sat is where butlers sit and wait for the next order from the boss. When inside, they stood under the statue of Catherine II.
,In Turkish, there is a saying which can roughly translate as “How you will end up on Thursday looks clear enough on Wednesday.”
When Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his entourage of senior officials headed to Moscow on March 5, their expectation was to achieve a quick cease-fire in Syria’s rebel bastion of Idlib. They had expressed this desire the previous day. Many Turkey experts and pundits predicted that Erdogan’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin would produce a temporary deal that could be face-saving for Erdogan without Syria having the military gains achieved on the Idlib battlefield reversed in favor of Turkey and its Syrian proxies.
Indeed, this is what happened in Moscow.
By agreeing to rush to Moscow instead of hosting Putin in Istanbul, and after making persistent requests for a meeting with Putin, Erdogan showed a weak hand. On his way to Moscow, he demonstrated that he needed Putin more than the Russian president needed him.
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Brawl Breaks Out in Turkey's Parliament Over Military in Syria
Wednesday, March 4, during tense discussions over Turkey's military involvement in northwest Syria.
READ MORE: Video footage showed dozens of legislators from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party and from the main opposition party pushing each other.
In the footage some are seen throwing punches while others try to pull the legislators apart. Fighting is a frequent occurrence in Turkey's parliament.
The clash on Wednesday started when Engin Ozkoc of the opposition Republican People's Party took the podium. During a news conference shortly before, Ozkoc called Erdogan "dishonorable, ignoble, low and treacherous."
He also accused the president of sending the children of Turkey's people to fight while Erdogan's own offspring allegedly avoided long-term military service.
During a speech to members of his party, Erdogan himself had accused the opposition earlier of being "dishonorable, ignoble, low and treacherous" for questioning Turkey's military involvement in Syria's northwest Idlib province.
Tensions are running high following the deaths of more than 50 Turkish soldiers in Idlib, Syria in the past month.
Turkish forces shot down a Syrian warplane in Syria's Idlib province Tuesday, in an escalation of Turkey's military offensive against Syrian government forces. Ankara's assault was in retaliation for the killing of 34 Turkish troops in an airstrike blamed on Damascus. The fighting increases the threat of confrontation between Turkish and Russian forces, a danger Russian President Putin and Turkish President Erdogan will be seeking to avoid when they meet Thursday. (VOA/AP)