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Russia urges Turkey to show ‘restraint’ in Syria – DW – 11/22/2022


A Kremlin envoy on Tuesday said he hoped Turkey would refrain from using of “excessive force” in Syria amid a new escalation in a years-long war. The appeal comes after Turkey launched a deadly air strike against Kurdish fighters in Syria and Iraq over the weekend, killing dozens.

“We will call on our Turkish colleagues for restraint aimed to prevent escalation of tensions, not only in the northern and northeastern regions of Syria, but on its entire territory,” said Alexander Lavrentyev, special envoy to Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to Russian state-owned news agency RIA Novosti.

Lavrentyev’s comments came during his visit to the Kazakh capital, Astana, which is hosting Russia, Turkey and Iran — major players in the Syrian war which began in March of 2011 — for…



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