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Syrian oil exposes Erdogan’s ambition in Syria

Turkish president Regep Tayyep Erdogan’s recent statement’s exposed the size of Turkish ambition, his real intentions and the motives behind the military intervention in Syria.

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Turkish president Regep Tayyep Erdogan’s recent statement’s exposed the size of Turkish ambition, his real intentions and the motives behind the military intervention in Syria.

The Turkish presedent asked his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to the participate in the management of oil fields in Deir AL-Zoor, eastern Syria, instead of the Kurdish-led forces.

Erdogan’s told reporters on his plane while returning from Brussels: “I was offered to Mr.Putin said that if he provided economic support, we could do the misfortune and through the oil extracted here, we can help the destroyed Syria stand on its feet”.

According to Erdogan, Putin is studying the offer, which the Turkish president made during talks in Moscow last week, adding that he could make a similar offer to US president Donald Trump.

Erdogan said: “Instead of the terrorists who benefit here (The Kurds), we will have the opportunity to rebuild Syria from the revenues of this oil .
This would also show who is seeking to protect Syria’s unity and who is seeking to seize it”.

The Kurdish forces “YPG” control most of the oil field areas in eastern Syria, after liberating them from the “ISIS” terrorists, and most of it concentrated in Deir AL-Zoor.

Deir AL-Zoor includes the largest and most famous field in the country,followed by Hasaka, where the “Omar” field is the largest and most famous field in the country, and it is located in the countryside of Deir AL-Zoor, in addition to the wells and fields surrounding it as the field of “Al-Azbah”, all of which are subject to the control of the “QSD”

According to statistics indicated by the Syrian media before the outbreak of the crises, the production of the “Omar” field reaches 30 thousand barrels per day.

In 2014 the terrorist organization “ISIS” took control of the field, and it became the most prominent source of its funding before losing it in October 2017.

The “Tenk” field is also one of the largest fields was production of about 10,000 barrels, and armed factions belonging to Turkey had taken control of the field in late 2012, before falling into the hands of ISIS July 2014.

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