The Astana Meeting’s opportunities to eliminate terror organizations

The Astana Meeting’s opportunities to eliminate terror organizations

United World International author Mehmet Perinçek commented on the latest PKK attack, US and Israeli plans in the region, the importance of confrontation in the Eastern Mediterranean and the opportunities offered by the Astana meeting scheduled for the second half of January in terms of clearing terrorist organizations to RIA Novosti. We present the interview, published in Russian, to our readers translated into English.

Soon the United States will surrender in Ukraine, and now the Americans are trying to compensate for their failures in the post-Soviet republic in Eurasia, Turkish historian and political analyst Mehmet Perinçek told RIA Novosti.

“We cannot consider the latest attacks by the PKK (Kurdistan Workers’ Party, banned in Türkiye as terrorist) in isolation from US plans for the region as a whole. Washington sees the PKK and YPG as its fundamental allies in the region. The plans of the PKK and the US in the region coincide. The activation of the PKK coincided with the events in Gaza, with Tel Aviv’s plans to create a “Greater Kurdistan” project. To implement this project, it is necessary to “trample” Palestine, dismember Türkiye, Iran, Iraq and Syria,” the agency’s interlocutor said.

According to Perinçek, tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean are also part of this plan.

“The United States, by creating bases and sending aircraft carriers to the region, sets the goal of containing Türkiye. US plans in Ukraine have failed. Both, Western centers and the Kyiv administration already recognize this failure. We are entering a period when the United States will “surrender” Ukraine. Now the United States is compensating for their failures in Ukraine in Eurasia, while looking for some kind of door to implement their plans in the region,” the historian said.

The expert recalled that a meeting of the Astana format countries on Syria is planned in the second half of January.

“This is a good opportunity. Türkiye, Russia, Iran and Syria should take advantage of this opportunity to cleanse the region of terrorist entities. Decisions and a clear plan must be made,” he said, noting the need to restore relations between Ankara and Damascus.

Mehmet Perinçek

Historian and political scientist (Türkiye)

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May 2024