Turkish PM speaks to British counterpart over Syria
Turkish PM Erdoğan poses with a Trabzonspor club uniform reading 'the world leader,' which was given as a gift during a visit to the club in Black Sea province. DHA photoTurkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke today to his British counterpart, David Cameron, over the phone to discuss the latest developments in Syria.
Erdoğan and Cameron agreed that the international community could not remain silent on the humanitarian crisis in Syria in the wake of the government’s alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians on Aug. 21 in a Damascus suburb, Doğan News Agency reported.
The Turkish prime minister also spoke with his Danish counterpart, Helle Thorning Schmidt, over the issue, Anadolu Agency reported. Erdoğan told Schmidt that it was inevitable that the international community would have to take concrete steps against the chemical weapon attack in Syria.