Anti-ISIL coalition can’t lose Turkey
Ahead of this year’s United Nations General Assembly, Russian president Vladimir Putin has been busy with Syria. Moscow has moved a small army’s worth of fighters, bombers, jets and helicopters to airfields in Latakia with the explicit purpose of propping up Bashar Al Assad’s regime. Meanwhile, Mr Putin has been welcoming a steady flow of foreign leaders to discuss their stake in the Syrian conflict.
More:Anti-ISIL coalition can’t lose Turkey | The National