The website Deutsch Türkische Nachrichten, or German Turkish News, has sent a warning signal to Turkey and Russia: it warns that the EU is seeking ways to drive a wedge between Ankara and Moscow.
Russia and Turkey, however, can easily solve the problems of Crimean Turks, the website says, by securing the cultural and linguistic freedoms of this indigenous minority, which predominated in the peninsula between the 15th and 18th century. Ankara and Moscow should closely cooperate in order to control potential separatist troublemakers.
Russia and Turkey should also stabilize their geopolitical "atria", otherwise there will always be a third party, which will constantly play either the religious, ethnic or ideological nationalist card to stir up one against another and weaken both states.
The Union has also closed its eyes, providing no reaction to heinous murder of Ukrainian opposition journalist Oles Buzina, who was gunned down near his home this past April by two masked gunmen.
What's right and what is wrong is finally determined by Brussels, the website states, adding that one can observe how European capitals are losing the sense of reality.