"Institutions collapsed in foreign policy"

"Institutions collapsed in foreign policy"
Date: 13.3.2020 12:00

Middle East Technical University (ODTÜ) Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı said: "Eventually, they will be sitting at the table with Syria."

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This week's guest of the Center for Economic and Social Researches (ESAM), which became a traditional Wednesday Conferences, was a lecturer at Middle East Technical University (ODTÜ) Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı.
With the title "Turkey, Russia, Idlib, What is going on in Syria" program held at ESAM Conference Hall with participation of the Felicity (Saadet) Party General Chairman Temel Karamollaoğlu, deputies, bureaucrats and many citizens.


Saying that Turkey's foreign policy experience in the ups-downs Bağcı, "A day of tough rhetoric, unfortunately, there is another soft day. We think that foreign policy is made like this, but it does not. This is because if there is no coordination between what you say and what you do, then you are losing reputation in the international arena. We live in a period where the institutions collapsed in Turkey. There must be a method to prevent this is because Turkey can not afford the collapse of institutions. I say this in terms of foreign policy; For example, if you constantly appoint those who have not done this career as an ambassador in foreign policy as an ambassador and put it in the normalization process, then you will have trouble in foreign policy," he said.


Bagci, noting that tensions between Turkey and Syria, continued: "One day ago whilst on holiday, a day after the bloody murderer and not say a clear policy to defend it. You can't explain that. One of the biggest loser in the Arab Spring countries is Turkey. This is the basis of the problem we are experiencing in Syria today. Our policies are wrong, but some of the decisions taken in this process are correct, for example, military operations against Syria. But at this point today Turkey, Syria Arab Republic at the end with the most seats at the table."


Bağcı, "Turkey's entry into the European Union underlined that there was a possible foreseeable future. Turkey's refugees at the border point of Bagcilar find the right voicing its decision to open the question whether the transfer process was well executed. Now they are offering money to Turkey, but the issue is not money. Turkey has exceeded its capacity, there are also domestic policy problems, there are social problems. They need to help with this. But, like many other issues, they are unfair about this issue. As a result, the decision was correct. Of course, they did not expect such a decision to be made. You cannot explain the tortures of the Greek side by any international law. You can not treat the woman, the child this way, history will write it," he added.


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