Shanghai Cooperation Council to form relationship with Turkey

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    Head of States of the SCO countries will meet in a summit in June.
    Turkey will be announced a dialogue-partner of the Shanghai Cooperation Council.
     
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    Turkey assigned dialogue partner for SCO

    BEIJING

    Turkey has been selected as "a dialogue partner" for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), Chinese president said Wednesday.

    Hu Jintao said the dialogue partner status for Turkey was unanimously approved during a meeting in Beijing by Chinese, Russian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tajik and Uzbek presidents, adding that the organization gave Afghanistan an observer status.

    Turkey assigned dialogue partner for SCO Anadolu Agency

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    Erdogan has completely lost all credibility, both in the mideast and around the world. The arab street looks at him now as as big a fraud as Nasser; a boastful idiot who talks and talks - but does nothing.

    What happened to the massive strike against Syria if the violence worsened, as per Erdo's claims last year? There have been how many massacres since then - and just this week?

    Turkey needs a new government, and soon... :mad:
     

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