NATO may not support Turkey in a war with Russia


Members of Kurdish People Defence Units (YPG) guard on Tel Abyad border gate northern Syria, 23 June 2015.

The tension between Ankara and Moscow is increasing as the Turkish government said that Ankara has the right to attack on Syrian ground, targeting organizations which threaten Turkey

Important NATO Members are not willing to support Turkey in a possible big war with Russia, according to a report by the German magazine Der Spiegel.

Last week the Turkish government decided to start a war against the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Northern Syria, saying that the YPG has ties with the outlawed Kurdistan’s Workers Party (PKK) being a terrorist organization and posing a threat to Turkey.

The international community asked from the Turkish government to stop...

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