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Publish Date: 8:04 - 13 February 2020
Tehran 13 February _An official at the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has dismissed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s threats of a military operation in Syria's northwestern Idlib province as hollow, stressing that they have been made by someone detached from realities on the ground.

Erdogan threats of military force against Syria hollow, made by someone detached from reality: OfficialTEHRAN, Young Journalists Club(YJC)_The unmanned source said on Wednesday that Erdogan, who supports, arms and trains terror groups, and whose role as a tool for international terrorism and a puppet in the hands of the United States has been exposed, has uttered empty threats that can be made only by a person disconnected from reality.

The source added such statement are simply made by someone, who does not understand changing developments, and threatens to attack Syrian Arab Army soldiers after Turkish army and their proxies suffered a heavy blow.

The diplomat further highlighted that the Syrian government is fairly determined to perform its national and constitutional duties as regards the campaign against terrorist groups across the country, and to open up a humanitarian corridors for the exit of civilians as Turkish-backed militants prevent their departure and take them to use as human shields.

“The Syrian Arab Republic reiterates that any presence of Turkish forces on its territories is illegitimate, and a blatant violation of the international law. It holds the Turkish regime fully responsible for the consequences of such a deployment,” the source concluded.

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