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Zhirinovsky: Erdogan Said will Leave NATO, Join SCO


 

21 September 2019 Hits: 5633

 

 

The president of Turkey, Recypt Erdogan, has allegedly personally told a top Russian Politician that Turkey is ready to LEAVE NATO and ally with Russia.

Below is the video of the TV interview so you can see and hear it for yourselves.  Transcript in English below:

VIDEO INTERVIEW


 

Transcript:

- Mr. Zhirinovsky, it seems to me that about a year ago you said that Turkey would leave NATO and we'd have to invite it to the SCO. It seems that you were right.

 

 

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, head of the LDPR party:

- I actually suggested that many years ago. But our cooperation has enhanced over the past three years, following the conflict in Syria. Our cooperation is mutually beneficial. During the revolution, when the Whites asked foreign countries for asylum, all of them refused, except for Turkey. And Turkey accepted our White Army, even though we were enemies in WWI. So, cooperation is long-standing. Then, when Kemal Atatürk came to office, we provided help, signed a treaty, supplied weapons back then, 100 years ago, gave money, gold. Our officers went there. So, the cooperation started long ago.

I met with President Gül. And I met twice with President Erdogan and had a face-to-face discussion with him. And he told me that Turkey could leave NATO and that he's ready for it. That would be a terrible blow to NATO as Turkey protected the southern flank of NATO. Without Turkey…

- Mr. Zhirinovsky, I hate to interrupt you, but did he really say that? That Turkey is ready to leave NATO?

- Yes.

- Erdogan?

- He received me, it was a face-to-face conversation. He's got a splendid new palace, like a sultan. Then I was invited to his inauguration after his latest re-election. So, he said that to me personally. Actually, I could understand his Turkish, but we had an interpreter. Not only did he want to leave NATO shortly, but also join to SCO. I'm sure that…

- Mr. Zhirinovsky, aren't you revealing a state secret now?

- It's not a secret. Turkey has waited for over 30 years to be admitted to the EU. It wanted to join the EU. But it isn't admitted. Every time, it faces new requirements to be met and to not be admitted again, even though Turkey was one of the first countries to join NATO. They need Turkish soldiers, a meat shield. But, as the saying goes…

- They need Incirlik!

- And there's also a radar station.

- Yes. So, it's not only about leaving NATO. It's also about the use of Turkey's best airbases. Now, it's Incirlik with NATO and American aircraft and instructors. But Turkey can abrogate the agreement. We'll get the most powerful airbase in the Middle East. Perhaps a naval base and a ground base. So, we can develop very powerful defense cooperation. Erdogan is interested in this, he wants to produce the S-400 or the S-500. We'll supply tanks and aircraft.

He's ready to recognize the ruble. The ruble could be in Turkish circulation as well as the lira.

- Mir cards are accepted in Turkey.

- Yes, they are. Turkey is ready to let our citizens in only with Russian passports. Russians won't need a foreign passport. In the future, Russia-Turkey relations may be better than Russia-Belarus relations, Russia-Georgia relations, Russia-Kyrgyzstan relations, and many others.

- Maybe, we'll just have good relations with everybody?

- Thank you very much! I wonder how we managed to outmaneuver the Americans. That was Mr. Zhirinovsky.


 



 

 
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