Iran, Russia and Turkey are celebrating a growing alliance

Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif all smiled when he went on a trip to Turkey on Friday. He said he was pregnant because he stood next to his Turkish colleague Mevlut Cavusoglu. He said it was a “miraculous” trip where he spoke to his “brother Cavusoglu.” The trip marks the growing alliance of Turkey and Iran in the region.

Zarif said “as before, helpful communication on bilateral and regional issues. Ultimate Goal: Introduce Iran and Turkey 400 years of peace to our region. Together, nothing is possible. ”

Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sided with Russia in a growing spat with the US, including US President Joe Biden, who is widely hated by Turkish ruling party. He said Biden’s recent comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin were inappropriate and “not appropriate as president.” This isn’t just because of the tone of Biden’s comments, in which Biden called Putin a “killer.” The President and regime of Turkey often ignite at other countries and leaders, believing them and threatening them with desperation. The message from Ankara is that Russia and Turkey are growing together as allies and partners. They work together in Syria, Libya and the Caucasus. Their goal is to take over U.S. influence and separate many areas of the Middle East. They try to control violence in these areas. For example Turkey got the Syrian rebels, who were fighting against Russian rule with Russian support, to change their course and fight against Kurds in order for the Syrian regime to succeed. Turkey then sent the rebels to fight elsewhere to weaken the uprising. Ten years after the start of the conflict in Syria, Turkey is largely responsible for reducing the uprising.

Now, apply to Iran. Along with Turkey and Russia, Iran has been involved in the Astana process since 2017 to rule Syria. They shut out the US. Zarif’s trip to Istanbul is just one of many in which Turkish and Iranian contemporaries work together and show their warm ties. Turkey wants more trade with Iran through rail links and wants to work with Tehran in other ways. From Russia, Turkey wants more S-400 missile defense systems and additional military hardware.
Turkish media showed how the relationship is growing. “Hakan Fidan, head of Turkey’s National Intelligence Agency, was also present at the meeting, sources from the Foreign Ministry said on condition of anonymity,” Hurriyet said in Turkey. A recent treaty between Baghdad and Erbil for the security of the Sinjar province and tighter communication between Turkey and Iraq, aimed at halting PKK influence in a wider region of northern Iraq and eastern Syria. . Meanwhile, Turkey, Russia and Qatar issued a joint statement last week following talks between their foreign ministers in Doha, voting to protect Syria’s territorial integrity according to a Charter na DA, ”the report notes. Iran welcomes “any initiative to reduce the pain of the Syrian people and achieve stability and peace in this country [Syria], “Iran ‘s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh stressed that the Astana talks between Ankara, Moscow and Tehran were one of the most successful initiatives to end the Syrian conflict.”
A month ago there were rumors that Turkey and Iran could go against Iraq, but now it seems that the countries have set aside any differences as well. Turkey urges Iran to help fight Kurds, which they claim are part of the Kurdistan or PKK.Turkey Workers’ party is trying to block parties defiant by calling them “terrorists” linked to the PKK. The US has expressed concern, but Turkey hopes to be able to model its authoritarian regime over Russia and Iran. He learns from Russia how to deal with disagreements how Russia dealt with Alexei Navalny.
For many years, Turkey would say the same thing to Moscow and Tehran about partnership while telling Washington’s hawks in Iran that Turkey was “against Russia and Iran.” Turkey would move its strong DC lobbyists to push statements about Turkey “fighting terrorism” regarding Turkey’s geopolitical defiance of Russia and Iran. the fact is that Turkey has always worked closely with Russia and Iran. Turkey invented an imaginary “terrorist” threat from the Kurdish region of Afrin in 2018 to justify an attack. They even pretended to fight ISIS while allowing ISIS families to move from Raqqa to Idlib. ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi was found a few hundred meters from the Turkish border in Idlib. Turkey was not using its lobbyists to say they were going against Iran but just a talking point for the Trump administration. Even after the administration left, some close proximity to Turkey continued to push this statement. But even Turkey is now considered to be at a distance from some Muslim Brotherhood terror activists in an attempt to keep things afloat with Arab states in the region. This is Turkey’s long-standing goal in finding accommodation with states in the region and bringing the alliance with Iran and Russia together to legitimize the continuation of parts of Syria and establishments in Iraq.