Erdogan: Terror is biggest problem for Syria’s future

Erdogan: Terror is biggest problem for Syria’s future

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sept. 23 said a “terror swamp” east of the River Euphrates remains the “biggest problem” for Syria in the future, Hurriyet Daily News reports.

“Currently the biggest problem for the future of Syria is the terror swamp, expanding under the auspices of some of our allies, east of the Euphrates,” Erdogan said in a news conference ahead of his visit to New York for the UN General Assembly.

Underscoring that no country has been more affected by the Syrian civil war than Turkey, he said he would draw attention to the humanitarian crises in his speech at the General Assembly.

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