Foreign Minister of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu said that some countries in the West for many years, interferes in the internal Affairs of Russia and Turkey, and called it a disease. As reported on Saturday, April 15, TASS, the Minister said at a meeting with members of the Russian community in Antalya province.
He, in particular, pointed out that some Western countries “like to interfere in the internal Affairs of Russia and Turkey and can’t recover from this illness continued for more than one year”. “The countries belonging to this category, imagined themselves the rulers of the rest”, — quotes the Chairman of the Agency.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Turkey also said that Europe is concerned about the rapprochement between Ankara and Moscow.
Furthermore, Cavusoglu pointed to the joint plans of Russia and Turkey to combat terrorism. “Terrorism is a crime against humanity. Ankara seeks to strengthen cooperation with Russia in the fight against terrorism. The experts of the two countries began to conduct more meetings,” he said.
As reported on April 14, Mevlut Cavusoglu announced the intention of Ankara to cancel or seriously reconsider a deal with EU migrants if there is no progress in negotiations on visa-free regime. In addition, the Minister said that currently Ankara has no contradictions with Moscow will strengthen cooperation with the Russian military on the issue of control of compliance with the ceasefire and find a political solution to the conflict in Syria.