Erdogan’s politics brought Turkish deputies to a fight

The meeting of the Turkish parliament turned into a mass brawl.

Erdogan's politics brought Turkish deputies to a fight

The brawl began with a speech by the leader of the parliamentary faction of the key opposition People’s Republican Party of Turkey, Engin Ozkoç. The deputy began to criticize the actions of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

In response to this, the deputies of the Justice and Development Party, led by Erdogan himself, staged a brawl in the hall with opposition parliamentarians.

As News Front previously reported, tomorrow in Moscow negotiations will be held between Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. According to the Kremlin, the parties will discuss a set of measures that could provide a solution to the conflict in Syrian Idlib.

At the same time, the expert community claims that the decision to go to Moscow is a sign of Erdogan’s despair. The Turkish military campaign in Syria “got stuck”, and all the allies turned their backs on Ankara.

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