Meslet Denies Turkey’s Intention to Dialogue with Syrian Regime

The head of the opposition Syrian National Coalition denied reports that Turkey intended to dialogue with the Syrian regime, according to SY-24.

Salem al-Meslet, head of the opposition Syrian National Coalition, denied reports that Turkey intended to open a dialogue with the Syrian regime. 

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“During our meetings with Turkish officials, we did not hear any intention of Ankara to go towards normalization or to open opportunities of dialogue with the regime,” Meslet said in a press conference at the coalition headquarters in Istanbul. 

“No friendly country can cooperate with a regime that has killed and displaced Syrians; Turkey is a friendly country,” he said. 

Turkey’s Hurriyet newspaper recently reported discussions in Ankara to improve relations with the Syrian regime. 

Comment from the Observer 

Bashar al-Assad’s government has also denied that there is a rapprochement between Damascus and Ankara, and stressed that Syria’s position on the “terrorist” Erdogan has not changed.


This article was translated and edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.


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