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Syria Suggests Joint Investigation of Blasts in Reyhanli


Today, the Syrian government suggested to form a Turkish-Syrian team in order to investigate the recent deadly explosions in the Turkish border town of Reyhanli, while the Russian President Vladimir Putin has again warned against any actions and measures that would further fuel and boost the ongoing conflict within Syria and which would destabilize the country even more.

The Syrian government in Damascus suggested that Turkey and Syria should form a Turkish-Syrian team to probe the blasts / explosions in the Turkish border town Reyhanli. On last Saturday, several bomb explosions have killed at least 50 people in the Turkish town of Reyhanli, which is located near the border to Syria.

The Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi suggested this idea during a press conference in the Syrian capital Damascus today. The Minister of Information also said that Syria is ready for such a joint investigation in the explosions and bombings in the Turkish border town Reyhanli.

While the statements of the Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay, that the initial investigation of the bombings in Reyhanli showed that the explosions were linked to the Syrian Intelligence agency (al-Mukhabarat), he did not yet show any clear evidence which is to believe.

The Syrian side said, that the explosions in Reyhanli were carried out by some parties who want to frame Syria and to also thwart the upcoming conference in Geneva and, thus, these sides behind the bombing in Reyhanli are interested in the situation, that there will be no political solution for the 26-month-old conflict and crisis within Syria.

It seems logical and if this is the truth, then probably some arms of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) were also involved in these bomb attacks / explosions in Reyhanli due to the fact that the so-called “FSA” sure does not want any political solution for Syria. Not to mention the radical jihadists and thugs of the al-Nusra Front and even the Turkish freak and criminal Erdogan is not really interested in political solutions for Syria, of course.


The Syrian administration in the capital Damascus also stated today, that the attacks in the Turkish border town of Reyhanli were a direct result of the increasing terrorism in the region, while they blamed the Turkish regime for the deterioration of security near the joint border.

No huge surprise due to the fact that the Turkish regime willfully hosts many armed thugs and terrorists in this area – even some camps to train them. Not to mention the agents of several Intelligence agencies like the CIA. Whoever hosts terrorists and jihadists should finally not be surprised if such a bombing on own soil is carried out or if other criminal activities happen. It is just logical, isn’t it?

As stated in the beginning, the Russian President Putin has again warned against any action that would further fuel the conflict n Syria and destabilize the Arab country even more. The Russian President made these statements today – after talks with the Israeli criminal Benjamin Netanyahu, who visited Putin in the Black Sea resort of Sochi in order to talk about Syria and the ongoing conflict.

Vladimir Putin also said the following after his meeting with the Israeli psychopath:

In this crucial period it is especially important to avoid any moves that can shake the situation.

It is probably to believe that this warning by the Russian President Vladimir Putin was against any military intervention in Syria and also against the ideas of arming the militant terrorists and jihadists in Syria.

Whether Putin and Nerotanyahu have reached any deals or agreements is not yet clear. It is also not known what they have really discussed about Syria. It is just a fact that Israel wants Russia to stop its arms deliveries to the Syrian government in Damascus, while Russia is often more talking than acting.

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