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Do events that took place reveal depth of differences between Russia, Iran and Turkey?



NEWS DESK- Were the 48 hours elapsed enough to highlight the extent of deep differences between the sponsor state of the “Syrian national dialogue”, or is a reflection of the conflict of interests of Russia, Turkey and Iran in Syria.

After the visit by the President of Turkey to Sudan and the conclusion of a contract as an occupation of the Sudanese Saukin island, which Turkey considers part of its territory because it was under the control of the Ottoman occupation earlier, on the one hand, and Turkey is trying to play on the Shiite Muslim Sunni in that region, especially with regard to the contradictions that live and seeks to benefit from it to increase its influence.

The visit of Turkish Prime Minister Ben Ali Yildirm on Wednesday morning to Riyadh contradicts what was reported by the Turkish media, describing the visit as a discussion of the bilateral relations between the two parties and the files of the region and the issue of Jerusalem, in which Turkish state tries to win the Arab Gulf friendship as a patron of Palestinian rights, the first to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel a secret agreement between him and Israeli authorities.ANALIZ-TURKIYA-U-RUSIYA (1)

In the Gulf and at the level of Syria, the Turkish-Iranian relations intersect. Turkey, despite its unstable relations with Iran, seeks to agree with it to abort the north Syria project adopted by Kurdish people with the peoples of the region.

As for the Gulf, it is clear from the visits of Turkish officials to the region and secret meetings to declare themselves the protector of the Sunni track and Iran for the Shiite track in return for Iran allowing it to occupy north Syria and the Gulf region and establish military bases at sea ports to export its political crisis.

Turkey, through Yildirim’s visit to Saudi Arabia, undermines Saudi Arabia’s role in the Arabic Gulf, as well as thwarting the Riyadh platform.

The Turkish pressure came after the visit of the Commander-in-Chief of People’s Protection Units Sipan Hamo to Russia and his participation in honoring Russian army for its leadership who fought in Syria. He announced that Russia had promised to send 155 representatives of Kurds and other components in the democratic Autonomous Administration to participate in Sochi conference scheduled to be held for next month.

And here a question poses itself: Are these visits and events that increase the depth of the differences between that states or is it a new way of rapprochement among them?