While Washington sees Georgia as a platform for confrontation with Iran and Russia, Turkey sees this neighbouring republic as an integral part of its country. Turkey may take advantage of NATO’s expansion in its own interest. In the context of neo-Ottomanism, pan-Turkism and president Erdogan’s foreign policy, the Georgian territory of Adjara is considered an integral part of Turkey and they are doing everything to annex it through economic expansion and political submission. If Georgia becomes a NATO member, Ankara will manage to deploy its armed forces to the country and there won’t be any legal aspect that can prevent it. This will mean the Turkish occupation of Georgian territory, and the US will be on the side of Turkey.
The US created ISIS and terrorism in the Middle East
No evidence is given. Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative claiming that the US is supporting or working together with ISIS in the Middle East and that ISIS has been supported by the US, British, French and Israeli intelligence services in order to demolish Syria.
This message is part of a broader conspiracy theory alleging that the United States has created and supported many jihadi terrorist organisations and controls global terrorism.
In reality, the US is committed to fighting terrorist organisations, such as Daesh and Al-Qaeda. Ever since the September 11 terrorist attacks, the US and its allies have been engaged in military and intelligence efforts to counter Al Qaeda, ISIS and other radical Islamist terrorist groups around the world.
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