The French researcher, who is an expert on Syria, spoke about the common goal of the three countries.
Turkey continues its initiatives in the new period of dialogue with Syria.
First, Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar and Head of the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) Hakan Fidan met with their Russian and Syrian counterparts in Moscow.
The process accelerated between Turkey and Syria
Then, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu had a telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. On the agenda was the tripartite ministerial meeting in Moscow.
Now, a meeting between the three countries at the level of foreign ministers is scheduled for this month.
The target is the Syrian branch of the PKK/YPG
The mobility experienced on the Ankara-Moscow-Damascus line caused terror organizations to worry.
French researcher Fabrice Balanche, a Syrian expert, told AFP about the scene, and said that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDG), the Syrian extension of the terrorist organization PKK/YPG, is the target.
“They directly want to abolish the SDF”
Stating that Ankara aims to keep the terrorist threat away from the border, Balanche said, “Three countries directly want to abolish the SDF.” he said.
Also speaking of Moscow’s position, Balanche said, “Russia is trying to dismantle the SDF and strengthen the Assad regime.” used the phrase.
Damascus wants to reclaim oil resources
It was noted that the Damascus regime wants to regain control over the oil resources under the control of terrorists collaborating with the United States.
It is stated that the meeting between Turkey-Russia-Syria may result in Ankara’s military action if terrorist organizations refuse to withdraw in order to establish a safe zone at a depth of 30 kilometers.
Erdogan’s proposal for a three-way meeting
Meanwhile, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a statement on his return from Turkmenistan, said: “We want to take a step as a trio of Syria-Turkey-Russia. First, let our intelligence organizations come together.
Then let our defense ministers come together, then let our foreign ministers come together. Then let’s get together as leaders.” he said.