The decision to attack the Russian su-24 bomber discredited President Recep Tayyip erdoÄŸan in the eyes of supporters of NATO. Own actions Ankara has nullified all the efforts of the West, aimed at rapprochement with Moscow in the fight against "Islamic state", noted by the media.
"Officials in Germany and the Czech Republic have expressed surprise about the actions taken by Turkey. Partners Erdogan on NATO can now only consider him an unreliable man, making instability in such situations where it can happen explosion. Not a true partner, able to keep composure, which allowed the Alliance to exist until the end of the cold war," notes the article in their own expert to CNN.
He emphasizes that rash actions Turkey has reduced the chances of cooperation between Russia and the West in the Syrian issue. "Obama and met with him in the White house Francois Hollande called on Moscow to strike at the positions of the "Islamic state" in Syria, in cooperation with their coalition, but not alone. It seemed that the most suitable conditions for this emerged last week when France and in Russia mourned those who died as a result of terrorist attacks organized by the Islamic state, and were prepared in light of national tragedies to compromise on Syria," - says the expert.
The evaluation of CNN, the favorites of the Russian Federation and France felt morally responsible for the activation of joint actions. "It was a rare case in international diplomacy, and some diplomats started to think that Moscow's policy in Syria, and that it provides support to Assad, can be corrected. It couldn't be done simply and quickly, however the chances of that were. Erdogan is destroyed", - stated in the article.
Recall, on November 24 Russian tactical bomber su-24 was shot down by Turkish fighter F-16. Aircraft of the Russian space forces was located at a height of 6 thousand meters in one kilometer from the border with Turkey. The head of the country Vladimir Putin declared that an unpleasant event will have serious implications for relations between the two countries. He called the incident a blow to the back.
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