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Old 14th October 2011, 15:51   #1 (permalink)
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This July media reported that the Chief of Turkish General Staff, General Isik Kosane

This July media reported that the Chief of Turkish General Staff, General Isik Kosaner, as well as, the military service chiefs under him at Land Forces, the Air Force and the Navy all submitted their resignations. But then it turned out that in reality so loud resignations were not so much "triumph of Prime Minister Erdoganís authority over the military" ( acus.org/new_atlanticist/ New Atlanticist | Atlantic Council ), as general consequence of the next failed coup, which was prepared under the leadership of the former Chief of Turkish General Staff, and most likely, with silent support of US State Department. Well, it was no mere chance that more than once in these latter days General Kosaner kept company with representatives of this department.
To all seeming in such a way I. Kosaner planned to release over 250 top military officers, got into trouble as a result of preparing the previous attempted coup in Turkey. And, surely, beyond that point Turkish military would be able to win back their determining influence in this country and to resume their active strategic partnership with the USA then.
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Re: This July media reported that the Chief of Turkish General Staff, General Isik Ko

As it's now October your news is rather old
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Re: This July media reported that the Chief of Turkish General Staff, General Isik Ko

Yes, this news has been discussed before.

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Re: This July media reported that the Chief of Turkish General Staff, General Isik Ko

Whilst you are at it why not spell out your agenda ?

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