トルコは10月1日から対シリア制裁

エルドアン首相は、今週末にハタイ(アンタクヤ)のシリア人避難民キャンプを視察し、避難民レイプ事件はなかったと宣言したうえで、対シリア制裁を発表するとのこと。制裁は、10月1日(土)から発効。

コピペ記事の下線部↓を読む範囲では、シリアが驚くものは1つもない。胸を張って発表するような制裁ではないだろう。

エルドアンは、アサドに向かって「あなたはアラウィー(ヌサイリー)で奥さんはスンニーだから、宗派融和のモデルになる」と説教したそうだ。この人、頭が弱いのかな~?(嘲笑)

7月末から8月上旬にかけてのラタキア市南部掃討作戦について、シリア海軍が海上からラタキア市全体を爆撃したという大嘘を語り、批判している。ラタキア市のどこも破壊されていませんけど。前の記事その2345678

エルドアンは、米国から少し頼まれたに過ぎないのに、気持ちが舞い上がっているようです。言動が危ういと感じるのは、私だけでしょうか?「あっぱれ」と思う人口より、「あいつ何様だ」と感じている人口のほうが多いと思います。



Erdogan: Syria is not behind the bombings in Turkey
http://www.aksalser.com/index.php?page=view_news&id=af08ede113bdb864f01448b9f9b23553&ar=812661219
Monday - September 26 - 2011 - 10:38:36

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that he is not the role of Syria is behind the escalation of terrorist operations inside Turkey, "and said:" It is known that Syria has worked well in the past to this subject. "

He noted Erdogan - Speaking to reporters aboard the plane that carried him from New York to Ankara, reported today, "Monday" and the Turkish media - to the delivery of Syria for a number of those who arrested them, "But of course Analm What will happen after now."

"If turned the members of the separatist organization to Syria and began their terrorist attacks from there, then this will be development of a source of concern to Syria .. he said, adding that" we have no plan at present to impose sanctions on Syria and'll have other options after stopping the transfer of arms to Syria because, as known to us the extreme sensitivity on the transfer of weapons to Syria and that the sanctions on Syria, its content differs from another topic on this subject. "

He added that "my visit to the city Hatay will be a turning point in our political relations with Syria."

And he added, "We are concerned about the developments turned to sectarian clashes and transferred our fears and our concerns to President Assad.

Erdogan noted that the Syrian oppositions will open this week offices in Turkey and said, "I emphasized to President Assad that Turkey would allow the opposition to hold meetings in Turkey because we are a democratic country and we cannot hinder it."

And the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan attended the meetings of the session in New York, 66 for the General Assembly of the United Nations. As noted in previous statements in New York that he will assess the next steps will be taken by Turkey towards Syria soon after his visit to the province, which includes Hatay border refugee camps for the Syrians.



Ankara prepares to penalize Syria
http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/n.php?n=ankara-prepares-to-penalize-syria-2011-09-25
Sunday, September 25, 2011
SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
ANKARA – Hürriyet Daily News

Turkey is expected to announce sanctions that will target Bashar al- Assad's regime. REUTERS photo

Turkey's sanctions against Syria, which will likely be announced in early October, will be as comprehensive as possible and will be shaped so as not to hurt the country's people, Turkish officials have suggested.

The measures they highlighted focused on those dealing with bilateral economic, military, political and banking ties. The expected sanctions will come following an arms embargo against defiant President Bashar al-Assad's administration that aims at weakening his dictatorial rule.

"This process [of ousting al-Assad] might be extended a little bit more but sooner or later in Syria, if the people make a different decision, that decision is going to be catered to. As in Egypt, as in Tunisia, as in Libya: People want to be free," Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said in an interview with CNN International in New York over the weekend.

"If you're going to act against fundamental rights and liberties, and the law, you will lose your position in my heart as my brother and my friend," Erdoğan said, referring to al-Assad. "I was very patient. Patience, patience, patience. And then I cracked."

Turkey's first sanction was the seizure of a ship carrying weapons to Syria. "Turkey has detained a ship flying the Syrian flag and carrying weapons," Erdoğan said Saturday in New York.

In Brussels, Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç hinted that more than one arms shipment had been seized by Turkey upon notification from the Turkish intelligence organization, the Anatolia news agency reported. "Turkey has expressed its accord in implementing some of the economic and military sanctions imposed by the United States by considering that they would be useful," Arınç said.

The sanctions Arınç mentioned will be likely be announced later this week, following Erdoğan's return to Turkey and his visit to Syrian refugees in Hatay, on the Syrian border.

According to the information the Hürriyet Daily News gathered from diplomatic sources, all ministries and relevant institutions have concluded their own works on what sanctions could be imposed on Syria. Following an analysis at the Foreign Ministry, these sanctions will be sent to Erdoğan's office for final approval.

The main principle in drafting the sanctions is to not target the Syrian people, but the regime, and thus measures such as cutting the sale of electricity to Syria or reducing the amount of water let through to the country on the Euphrates River is out of the question.

Instead, the sanctions will likely hit the Syrian state banking system, whose activities have been suspended by the United States and the European Union. Plans to jointly form a Turkish-Syrian bank have already been shelved, along with plans to increase relations between the two countries' central banks.

As part of the economic sanctions, state-to-state relations will be lowered and private companies will be discouraged from investing in Syria. The Turkish Petroleum Corporation, or TPAO's, plans to launch joint oil and gas exploration in Syria with the Syrian state oil company would also be suspended.

Addressing another major international project, carrying Egyptian natural gas to Turkey through Jordan and Syria, sources said the government's sanctions would not affect international plans unless the Syrian government wants to stop them.

On the political front, the Turkish government will likely avoid high-level meetings with the Syrian leadership but will keep its ambassador in Damascus and its consulates there open. "For us, the Syrian administration is no longer a legitimate one. A totalitarian government that kills its own people has no respectable place in today's world," one source told the Daily News.

In terms of military ties, the annual military exercises performed on the Turkish-Syrian border to increase cooperation on border security will be suspended. However, worsening political and military ties would also affect ongoing cooperation against terrorism.



Erdoğan says Turkey to evaluate options for sanctions on Syria
http://www.todayszaman.com/news-257921-erdogan-says-turkey-to-evaluate-options-for-sanctions-on-syria.html
25 September 2011, Sunday / EKREM DUMANLI, NEW YORK-ANKARA

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. . .

"The most crucial step will be opening up refugee camp to the media," Erdoğan said with reference to recent allegations disseminating by media sources in Iran and Syria that Syrian refugees were being mistreated and abused at the Hatay camps. "People will be able to tell the truth to the world and Syria is afraid of it. The Hatay visit will be a turning point in our Syria policy," Erdoğan said.

Erdoğan also slammed the Syrian leader, saying Assad had not been honest with him and added that he was worried about sectarian violence sparking up in Syria. "I told Assad he could turn the fact that he is Nusayri while his wife is Sunni into an opportunity [to promote sectarian tolerance], but this had no result," Erdoğan said, adding, "He constantly lied." Erdoğan also suggested that Assad would eventually lose the support of the Nusayri, a 10 percent minority in Syria.

The Turkish leader called the Syrian administration's attack on Lazkiye (Latakia) from the sea an indication that Assad was not justified in calling demonstrators terrorists and carrying out armed assaults on large numbers of Syrians. "You bomb the entire city of Lazkiye from the sea and call the people terrorists. How can an entire city is filled with terrorists?" Erdoğan asked. He noted that the Syrian people as well as the rest of the world had lost faith in Assad's good intentions.

Erdoğan and Ahmedinejad discuss Syria, PKK in private meeting

Erdoğan met with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad later on Friday, accompanied by officials from both countries, including Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, Economy Minister Zafer Çağlayan and Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioğlu. The senior officials reportedly discussed Syria and terrorism problem stemming from the activities of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and its Iranian offshoot, the Party for a Free Life in Kurdistan (PJAK).

In response to reporters' questions about the meeting, Erdoğan said that there was more Iran and Turkey could do to cooperate in combating terrorism. The Turkish prime minister acknowledged that the countries were already sharing intelligence.

PKK panicking after cross border operations

Erdoğan expressed his belief on Sunday that the PKK was in a panic and "looking to retaliate for the grave losses they suffered at the cross border operations" that Turkey carried out earlier. He highlighted that Turkey could not stop the operations unless the PKK laid down arms. He also added that Turkey informed Iraqi officials of their intensions to root out terrorism, by saying, "Either you finish it, cooperate with us on this, or we will do it."

Erdoğan also added on the sidelines that in his talk with Ahmedinejad, struggle against PKK was high on agenda and the countries had ample grounds to cooperate in terms of intelligence sharing and military operations.

The prime minister also announced that the first batch of frontier units, consisting of 5,100 members, will conclude their training in March or April next year and will greatly assist the country in its fight against the PKK.

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