Stoltenberg: information given by Turkey is correct


Stoltenberg: information given by Turkey is correct

Added date : 2015-11-25 13:41

BRUSSELS - NATO General Secretary Stoltenberg made a statement after the extraordinary meeting at 6pm requested by Turkey. He confirmed that “The assessments we have from allies are consistent with what Turkey briefed us about.”

Stoltenberg: information given by Turkey is correct

An extraordinary meeting was held at 6pm yesterday as requested by Turkey. The NATO General Secretary and other ambassadors of the allies also attended the meeting which has now been concluded. Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO General Secretary made a statement after the meeting confirming that, “The assessments we have from allies are consistent with what Turkey briefed us about.”

Stoltenberg made a statement regarding the Russian plane violating Turkey’s airspace, “The assessments we have from the allies are consistent with what Turkey briefed us about. What we have seen is that most of the attacks by Russian so far has been targeted towards targets in parts of Syria where ISIL is not present.”

Stoltenberg calls for a de-escalation between Turkey and Russia, “I think I’ve expressed very clearly that we are calling for calm a de-escalation. This is a serious situation, which calls on that we all are prudent and that we all contribute to de-escalating the situation. And that’s also the reason why I welcome further contacts between Moscow and Ankara. There has been contacts and we would welcome even more contacts. To partly solve this concrete incident, but also to continue to work on the development and also the strengthening of mechanisms to avoid these kinds of situation in the future.”

The common enemy should be ISIL. And I would welcome all efforts to fight ISIL. And it is important that all of us, also Russia, is guided by the overarching goal of defeating ISIL. (ILKHA)

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