Erdogan to Putin, “Lets send a joint military force to Gaza” as War Between Hamas and IDF Continues
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Article writer: Vassilis Kapoulas
“Send a joint military force to protect the Palestinians in Gaza.” This proposal was officially made by Erdogan to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This is not a joke but a very serious Turkish proposal which proves the strategic depth of the Russia-Turkey relationship.
Through military escalation, Erdogan wants to send a mission or “peacekeeping force” to Gaza with the ultimate goal of putting pressure on Israel militarily and the Palestinians to gain an EEZ.
And the Palestinian EEZ will at some point be united with the Turkish one, just as it was with the falsified Turkish-Libyan Memorandum.
It also proves who is behind the blows of Hamas. It is not just Iran. It is also Turkey.
This development also “wipes out” many inside and outside Greece who bet on the return of Turkey to the West.
Erdogan to Putin: “Sending Army to Gaza”
Erdogan made an incredible proposal to Putin, pretending to be the regional power and replacing the UN Security Council.
Erdogan called for “the possibility of sending a peacekeeping force to the Israeli-Gaza border to protect Palestinian civilians.”
The Turkish president also told Putin that “the international community must teach Israel a hard and deterrent lesson”, adding that Turkey was “working to mobilize such a reaction.”
At the same time, he stressed that ” Russia and Turkey share the same stance on developments in the Palestinian issue, which sends a strong message.”
“The UN Security Council must be involved and a clear message sent to Israel to stop the attacks before the crisis escalates further,” Erdogan added.
“Russia and Turkey have a common position”
“I welcome the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry on the parameters of the UN on a two-state solution to the Palestinian question”
This is an important message that shows that Ankara and Moscow have a common position.
“Russia and Turkey must work closely with the United Nations.”
For his part, the Russian president congratulated the Turkish Nation on the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr, which follows the holy month of Ramadan.
At the same time, the Kremlin announced that the Russian and Turkish presidents had called for a “de-escalation” in the new deadly conflict between Hamas and the Jewish state.
“They have expressed their deep concern over the ongoing fighting, the number of dead and wounded, ” the Russian presidency said.
“Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan have called on the parties to escalate tensions.”