Haghighat-Poor suggested to Erdogan “try to solve the domestic issues and welfare problems” by ending “support for the Syrian armed opposition”.
“If the Turkish government doesn’t correct its mistakes and instead continues in its current policies, more opposition will emerge and Turkey will follow the pattern that Syria has,” he warned.
Sayed Abbas Araghchi, Spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry denied any Iranian involvement in Turkey unrests.
Some Turkish media quoted an unknown source that Turkish police have arrested an Iranian national named Shayan Shamloo in connection with demonstrations in the capital city of Ankara.
After a series of peaceful demonstrations for preserving a recreational area in Istanbul city center which is planned for demolition for the construction of a shopping mall, Turkish police attacked the protesters violently with tear gas and water cannon, directly targeting their faces and bodies. Dozens of protesters are hospitalized and access to the park is blocked without any legal basis.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview with Lebanese Al-Manar TV that the country already received the first shipment of S-300 missiles from Russia and will receive the second shipment soon.
Azerbaijani citizens are sent to Syria by Wahhabis and the support of Turkey, The Azeri TV channel, Ince, reported a few days ago.
Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili advised the so-called P5+1 group (Consisting of USA, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) to seize the opportunity to reach an agreement on nuclear talks with Iran.