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Davutoglu: Majority of nations unwilling to grant Syria unconditional reinstatement to Arab League

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu commented on the Arab world’s recent contact with Damascus, stressing that it is important in terms of allowing Syrians to return to their country.

Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a statement to Turkish TV on Friday: “Most countries do not want to show carte blanche for Syria’s return to the Arab League, as if nothing had happened.”

He added: “Countries want the regime to make a move on the political process. This is the path to the unification of Syria. Otherwise, the terrorist organization PYG/BKK will become stronger.”

He added: “We have made contact with the government in Damascus … and we can hold a joint press conference at the end of the meeting of the foreign ministers of Russia, Iran, Syria and Turkey on the tenth of this month in Moscow.”

And Cavusoglu added: “We cannot foresee the questions regarding what we will agree on at our upcoming meeting today.”

He added: “The Syrian administration should clearly answer this question. Does she still believe in a military solution or in the possibility of a political solution? There is no middle ground between them.”

The Turkish diplomat underlined the impossibility of a military solution, adding: “If the administration takes a stand in favor of a political solution, the opportunity to find a solution will increase, but if it refuses and decides to continue fighting everyone at any cost, the solution will take decades.”

The Turkish Foreign Minister warned of the danger of the division of Syria and the emergence of a wave of migration due to the poor economic situation at home.

Mevlut Cavusoglu announced that a quadripartite ministerial meeting with Russia, Iran and Syria would be held in the Russian capital Moscow on May 10 to discuss the Syrian dossier.

He said the Russian government had confirmed the date of the first meeting of its kind at the level of foreign ministers on May 10, indicating that it was not clear who would represent Tehran at the meeting if Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahyan would accompany President Ibrahim Raisi on his African tour.

Source: Anatolia

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