Turkey better to make agreement with Syrian Kurds: Prof. Michael Gunter tells Kurdpress
Turkey is exaggerating its Kurdish question and the Syrian Kurdish issue and it’s better for Ankara to make an agreement with the Kurds in the two countries, a university professor told Kurdpress in an exclusive interview.
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