The Azov leader said considering that the relations between Russia and Turkey dramatically deteriorated after the Turkish Air Force shot down a Russian plane in Syria, Turkey should seek Ukraine's support, as Ukraine would do if it were in Turkey's place.
In Biletsky's opinion, Ukraine would be glad to help out the Turkish government in a fight against Russia.
"I can say that Azov, for example, could send its international legion to fight for the Western coalition in Syria," Biletsky said while on 112 Ukraine.
There is so much wrong with these words. First of all, Russia isn't fighting against the Western coalition; on the contrary, Russia's trying to find common ground with the US-led Western anti-ISIL coalition. Moscow and Paris, for example, agreed to share their intelligence information on terrorists just a couple of days ago.
Furthermore, ISIL is a Wahhabi jihadist extremist group who persecutes not only Christians, Kurds, Shiites and even other Sunni groups, whom they consider as "moderate." It's at the very least hard to imagine a brigade of pale-faced Ukrainian nationalists, some of whom identify as Christians, fighting on the side of ISIL. On the other hand, who knows what these radicals have in mind, because after all birds of a feather flock together, don't they?