Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that the brutality of the Assad regime, and terrorist organizations, mainly ISIS, the PKK and the PYD threaten the stability and security of Turkey and the region as a whole.
At a press conference with his Jordanian Abdullah Ensour in Amman on Sunday, Davutoglu said that Amman and Ankara face common difficulties with regards to the Syrian issue. He added that both countries are taking in Syrian refugees fleeing from the southern and northern regions of Syria, stressing that Syria’s stability and its territorial integrity are important for both Turkey and Jordan.
Turkey appreciates Jordan’s siding with Turkey in the fight against terrorism, Davutoglu added, pointing out that that the two countries have joint forces against ISIS.
The Turkish premier hoped the Geneva negotiations culminate in results that satisfy the Syrian people and meet their aspirations as well as restore security and stability to the country. (Source: Anadolu Agency)