Turkey prepares sanctions on Syria

Turkey’s sanctions against Syrian government mainly target bilateral economic, military, political and banking ties in order not to effect its people.

Turkey’s sanctions against Syria, which will likely be announced in early October, will be as comprehensive as possible and will be shaped so as not to hurt the country’s people, Turkish officials have suggested.

The measures they highlighted focused on those dealing with bilateral economic, military, political and banking ties. The expected sanctions will come following an arms embargo against defiant President Bashar al-Assad’s administration that aims at weakening his dictatorial rule.

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