litwin wrote:Turkey is a NATO country , and it always possible to strike a deal with Turks, and they will hold it , meanwhile Moscow ulus never follow the agreements. I expect the huge economic problem in Turkey due to AKP soft Islamist politic , so they will return to its pro - westren kemalist pattern
Turkey is attacking another NATO & EU member, if you are going to support Turkish aggression why should anybody care about Russian aggression against you?
It is not possible for Europe and the EU even more especially to ignore one aggression over another; Greece and Cyprus are members of the EU and NATO, the Ukraine is neither, which means that sanctions against Russia for Ukraine are not possible to come before sanctions against Turkey for Cyprus and Greece. This is both logical and the actual reality on the ground as the EU wrangles with these issues.
...take your common sense with you, and leave your prejudices behind...