Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that Russia had left no safe places in Syria, throwing bombs on civilians across Syria.
“Today we have a situation where in Syria there are no more safe havens because of the Russian intervention,” Davutoglu said in Berlin at a joint press conference with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday.
Davutoglu stressed that ISIS has become a threat to humanity as a whole, adding that Turkey and Germany are ready to combat this threat in Syria, Iraq, Ankara, Berlin, and everywhere else.
Davutoglu praised Germany for supporting Turkey in the fight against ISIS, adding that Ankara and Berlin are conducting intensive consultations about combating this extremist organization in Syria and Iraq.
The German Chancellor said that her country would act in cooperation with Turkey in the fight against ISIS, noting that Berlin will intensify air raids against ISIS positions.
Vice-president of the Syrian Coalition Hisham Marwa said yesterday that “Russia is now the biggest obstacle to the political process in Syria as it continues with its aggression, killing Syrian civilians and providing political cover for the illegitimate regime. Russia’s actions in Syria prove that Russia does not differ from the murderous Assad regime.”
“Assad seeks to thwart any possible political solution through besieging civilians amid the international community’s failure to enforce UN Security Council resolutions which call for lifting the siege and the delivery of aid to the besieged areas. The only solution is through providing the Free Syrian Army with the advanced weapons it needs to break the blockades and save the lives of starving civilians,” Marwa added. (Source: Syrian Coalition)