Turkey rejects claims that it has security forces in Syria

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has denied claims that Turkey has security forces in war-torn Syria in his response to a question submitted to Parliament by an opposition deputy.

Responding to the question from main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) Kahramanmaraş deputy Durdu Özbolat whether Turkey has security forces in Syria, Davutoğlu replied that such an allegation does not reflect reality.

Davutoğlu noted that Turkey’s support for the Syrian people and its legitimate opposition was based on the will to establish a new Syria in which there is peace and democracy, adding that Turkey’s support for the opposition was based on this fact.

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