The continued economic sanctions on Syria are illegal and impede the return of refugees to their country.
Erdogan’s huge plans can hardly be called sovereign. Turkey, long ago, and before it the Ottoman Empire, were called Great Britain’s “dog”. The exceptional activity of the former British ambassador to Turkey, a great friend of Sultan Erdogan and an admirer of Turkish expansion in the Caucasus, Richard Moore, head of the British intelligence service MI-6 and a Russophobe, is not a coincidence. It is clear that Britain is behind all these comprehensive projects, and Erdogan is just a bargaining chip in this geopolitical party that has been going on for more than two hundred years. Russia is, for Ankara and its masters in the North Atlantic today, the main obstacle to implementing this ambitious plan in the Caucasus and Central Asia.
There is no evidence that any Western foreign special services had anything to do with the 2020 military escalation between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
This is also a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative linking the UK and Russophobia with no evidence provided. Russophobia is often used in pro-Kremlin disinformation as an explanation for anyone blaming Russia for anything.
Read previous disinformation messages stating that Russophobia is an integral part of British foreign policy and that British MI6 behind Turkey's actions in Karabakh.