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Erdogan accuses US, Israel of meddling in Iran’s internal affairs


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that it is not possible for Turkey to approve of the U.S. and Israel's interference in the internal affairs of other countries, namely Iran and Pakistan, APA reported citing NTV channel.  

 

"The example of Iraq, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Sudan and Chad has proved the fallacy of this attitude", said Erdogan, noting that all countries subjected to various interventions are Islamic.

 

“There are rich underground resources in these countries, and all steps are being taken to seize these resources. This truth must be conveyed to the Turkish and all other peoples. "Those who want to isolate others in the international arena will be isolated themselves,” he said.

 

Erdogan said he held phone talks with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani who assured him that the situation in Iran will cease and stabilize in a day or two.

 

“The situation in Iran has begun to stabilize since yesterday. Rouhani’s statement that the people in the country have the right to protest has softened the ongoing processes,” added the Turkish leader.

 

 

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