Clinton expresses her concern to Davutoglo for the events on the Turkish-Syrian border

Clinton expresses her concern to Davutoglo for the events on the Turkish-Syrian border

Ankara : Turkey | Oct 10, 2012 at 7:21 AM PDT
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, during a telephone conversation with her ​​Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu on Tuesday evening, concern the recent developments in the Turkish-Syrian border in recent times, as reported deep sorrow for the events which occurred successively on the Turkish- Syrian border

The Turkish news agency "Anatolia" said U.S. Secretary of State confirmed to her Turkish counterpart to continue her country's support for Turkey, and support for all the steps being taken by NATO, about the recent Syrian attacks on Turkish soil. For his part, the transfer of Turkish Foreign Minister to his American counterpart, the dimensions of the Syrian attack on the town of "Oakjh Castle" in Turkey, which killed 5 Turkish civilians and wounding 10 others

My Point Of view :

When Clinton expresses her concern about the dangerous situation on the Turkish-Syrian border . In fact , US sends a message to Al Assad that America and NATO with all their troops and weapons to stand behind Turkey as though , Turkey needs all these armed forces to fight Syria , it is only a power show .

. But , to my surprise , Syria is not scared, or shows any disturbance about all these enormous forces , . I think Al Assad calculates the situation well , he has , Iran - gave him 10 billion dollars , plus , weapons and troops - to Syria m , besides Russia , and China , all behind him ,

Does Al Assad know that US and NATO won't venture to launch unknown war , they may collide with Russia an China , and don't forget they may clash with Iran which prepares for their first nuclear bomb . It seems that Al Assad is walking on a hairy -like- rope as if he was an acrobatic player

Fury60 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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