Hosseini who was speaking in interview with Nasim Online referring to Turkey’s approach to Syria's current situations as ISIL rages through the country said "Turkey is sure to pay for its wrong policies in relation to Syria.”
"Once I was meeting with Davutoglu, the incumbent prime minister and former minister of foreign affairs. He used to talk with so much zeal about terrorists and against Assad as if the terrorists were the cradle of democracy and Assad the center of dictatorship and terrorism.”
"But,” he added "following events proved that that mode of thought was not correct, and that giving room to terrorist groups finally leads to lack of security which will hurt the entire countries of the region.”
We see the same in Kobani. Turkey officials still do not know if they have to take a position against terrorism or to defend it, that is why they have adopted double standards, Hosseini asserted.
"Since the beginning, the Islamic Republic of Iran has followed a single policy against terrorists. Iran has kept believing that terrorism is detrimental to security for all countries. That is why it never defines terrorists into good and bad ISIL,” the MP maintained.
He added "I think that Turkey will be the country losing the worst loss and paying heavily for that.”