Oct. 4, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed Kremlin’s actions in Syria being a fault, reported the Interfax-Ukraine.
- Russia bolsters this slaughter Assad, and this is a huge mistake, not only for them, but for the whole world. Because of this, the region will become even more unstable, which may lead to radicalization and the terrorism growth, Cameron told the BBC.
The Turkey’s President, in turn, also denounced Russia's actions in Syria.
- Turkey takes the bombing of Syria as totally unacceptable. Russia, unfortunately, makes a huge mistake, Erdogan told the reporters. According to him, Russia could further isolate the region. Erdogan also added that except of Russia, the Bashar al-Assad’s regimes is being shored up by Iran.