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West seeks replacement for Turkey, expert says

July 21, 2010

The following article is reprinted with permission from NEWS.am, Yerevan, Armenia.

West seeks replacement for Turkey, expert says
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July 21, 2010  15:46

Turkey’s policy has become more independent and impudent, Head of the Modus Vivendi Center Ara Papyan told the reporters on Wednesday.

“Turkey has recently been trying to act independently in the political arena, frequently opposing U.S. and West. The evidence thereof is voting on Iran at the UN Security Council, where Ankara opposed sanctions against Tehran,” he said.

According to him, it is negatively perceived by U.S. and the West. The game is dangerous for Turkey, as it makes new enemies, opponents, which were earlier its allies.

“The vivid example is the Israeli-Turkish conflict, which aggravated due to the confrontation of Turkish and Israeli system of values. Based on this, U.S. and West are looking for a new ally to replace Turkey,” he said.

The West seeks to establish a new allied state, for instance Kurdistan or to make one of the existing states, for example Armenia, its ally if the latter pursues an adequate political course.

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