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    AXJ TURKEY : BIDEN VISITS GUL IN ANKARA, TO TALK ABOUT IRAN?

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    AXJ TURKEY : BIDEN VISITS GUL IN ANKARA, TO TALK ABOUT IRAN?

    Post  Admin on Sat Dec 03, 2011 4:20 am

    AXJ TURKEY : BIDEN VISITS GUL IN ANKARA, TO TALK ABOUT IRAN?



    AXJ TURKEY NEWS
    ANKARA 12-03-01


    According tp Mark Landler of the New York Times, Vice President Biden was sent to Turkey to push a specific message: "Iran’s isolation is deepening, and its influence in the region is diminishing".

    The Chairman of the international organization known as Action For Justice ( AXJ ) Dr. Vugar Huseynli, PhD. is due to travel to Turkey soon and hopefully will give AXJ members around the world a more optimistic outlook on the changes and conflicts in the middle east.



    By Vugar Huseynli,
    AXJ Chairman

    https://www.facebook.com/vugar.huseynli

    Dear Friends,

    The situation is very dangerous in the region.

    Iran declared a strike to the USA Army Base in Incirlik which is near Adana... and to attack ISRAEL with all its power.. Then ISRAEL stopped its close friendship with Turkey. Arabs are waiting for a chance to kill Jews... What will happen nobody can say.. but it will very dangerous for humanity in the region.

    Who will support to Hebrews???

    Iran could strike Azerbaijan at the BTC (Baku Tbilisi Ceyhan Pipe Line) which belongs to BP and the USA...

    Turkey must enter Syria.

    A lot of refugees are waiting to enter neighboring Countries.

    Russia will "try" to support Syria but in the end will sell it to the US, like it did with Irak, Afghanistan, Libia et al.

    I think now Russia and US will stop face to face... And Russia knows that Region will stand on the US side... Turkey, Azerbaijan always have a close partnership with the USA and I think its the right way!

    Turkey is first Army power Country in the region and it is a fact. However Turkey will punish its enemies...

    Iran must recognize the Independent South Azerbaijan (30 million AZER Turks live there) which it occupied in 1828 when the Ottoman Empire lost its power and the Russian-Iranian Corporation took this part from Turks, now its high time to give it to back! However Azerbaijan will return all its land occupied by the Russian-Armenian Army Unification in the 1991-1994 war.

    We have the same situation in Georgia.., Georgia will try again to obtain its unity!

    Author: The Chairman of the international organization known as Action For Justice ( AXJ ) Dr. Vugar Huseynli, PhD.

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    Turkey’s president, Abdullah Gul, left, receiving Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. at the presidential palace in Ankara on Friday.

    By MARK LANDLER

    Published: December 2, 2011

    ANKARA, Turkey — Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. completed his 16th trip to Iraq this week to inaugurate a new, postwar relationship. But as he left behind the farewell rituals with troops for meetings in neighboring Turkey, crises afflicting relations with two nearby countries, Iran and Syria, were already replacing Iraq as Mr. Biden’s major preoccupations.

    In a session on Friday with Turkey’s president, Abdullah Gul, Mr. Biden pressed a message he has carried throughout this trip, according to a senior administration official: Iran’s isolation is deepening, and its influence in the region is diminishing.

    It was a theme that the vice president pushed at every stop in Iraq, insisting that the exit of the United States would not open the door to meddling by Iran, as many there and in Washington fear. Iraqis, he argued, will resoundingly reject Iranian efforts to dominate their country.

    Speaking in an interview on Thursday, Mr. Biden said that Iran is “close to a pariah nation.”

    Mr. Biden’s comments seemed calculated to reassure allies like Turkey in a region that is worried about a new wave of instability — not just because of Iran’s more aggressive behavior but also because of the violence in Syria.

    In his meeting with the Turkish president, the senior administration official said, Mr. Biden acknowledged that there were fears in the Middle East about what would happen if the uprising in Syria managed to topple President Bashar al-Assad. But he argued that Mr. Assad himself was the greatest cause of instability and sectarian strife. “The problem right now is Assad,” Mr. Biden said in the interview. “Could something emerge that is more disruptive regionally? I don’t think so, but it could.”

    While Mr. Biden runs the administration’s policy on Iraq, he does not have as central a role on Iran. But Mr. Biden, officials said, has been an influential voice in dealing with the upheaval in the Arab world, because he has dealt with many of the players as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

    After some early differences, Turkey and the United States are now aligned in their response to Syria. Both have called on Mr. Assad to step down and have imposed sanctions. This week, Turkey’s foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, even broached the possibility of a Turkish military incursion into Syria to impose a safety zone if Mr. Assad did not stop killing civilians in his effort to crush the uprising.

    Mr. Biden declined to comment on the proposal beyond saying, “To the best of my knowledge, there’s been no final decision that the Turks have taken on that.” He said he would probably discuss it with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whom he is meeting in Istanbul on Saturday.

    The subject of a safety zone did not come up in the session with Mr. Gul, the senior administration official said.

    On Iran, where Turkey has clung to the possibility of a diplomatic solution to the confrontation over the suspect Iranian nuclear program, there is more distance between it and the United States. Mr. Biden urged Turkey to impose new sanctions on Iran, in written answers to questions published Friday in the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet.

    He attributed Iran’s isolation to a variety of factors: its continued work on a nuclear program, the attack on the British Embassy in Tehran, its alleged involvement in a plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington and the threats it made after Turkey’s decision to let a NATO antimissile radar facility be based here.

    While the vice president acknowledged that China and Russia were still reluctant to strain their ties with Iran, he said that existing sanctions had already badly rattled Iran’s leaders.

    “Are the sanctions sufficient to fundamentally alter their behavior?” Mr. Biden asked. “The jury is still out on that.” But in the meantime, he added, the effect of the sanctions “has constrained the field on which they operate, it has reduced their influence in the region, and it has, at a minimum, apparently, caused significant discussion internally.”

    Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/03/world/middleeast/biden-confers-with-turkish-leaders-about-syria-and-iran.html

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