11:12 GMT 17.06.2017
The Warsaw-based newspaper Rzeczpospolita has published an article by its former editor-in-chief and now defense industry consultant, Andrzej Talaga, where he welcomes the arrival of Ukrainian migrants who he believes should be offered jobs in Polish schools, company offices and even the armed forces.
14:49 GMT 06.06.2017
Growing US pressure on NATO and the alliance’s recent decision to join the anti-terrorist coalition in Syria has revived concerns that the block might become a force threatening the territorial integrity of Syria. Turkish political analyst Nursin Atesoglu Guney told Sputnik how Russia and Turkey might prevent the breakdown of the Syrian state.
09:15 GMT 07.05.2017
In an interview with Sputnik Turkey, Recai Berber, a member of the parliamentary faction of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party, described as very important the recent meeting between Presidents Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin where the two leaders agreed to lift all trade rectrictions beween the two countries.
14:59 GMT 06.05.2017
In the follow up to the bilateral meeting between the Russian and Turkish Presidents in Sochi, and ahead of Erdogan's trip to the US later in May, Sputnik discussed the outcome of the negotiations with Turkish political analysts. They said that the results clearly show that Turkey has more points of contact with Russia than it has with the US.
12:33 GMT 18.04.2017
Macedonia, one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, has been marred by a long-running political crisis, which has once again raised ethnic tensions between Macedonians and ethnic Albanians. Political analysts interviewed by Sputnik Serbia examine the crisis and explain how it has long been manipulated by the West.
06:57 GMT 11.04.2017
In response to the US missile attack on the Syrian military airfield in Ash Sha'irat near Homs, a number of high-ranking Afghan politicians and experts interviewed by Sputnik have said that it resembles the scenario of the "punitive" US operation in Afghanistan back in 2001, which instigated havoc in the country and left the US bogged down there.
14:46 GMT 29.03.2017
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In the wake of the nationwide Syrian ceasefire which officially took effect on Friday at midnight, Sputnik Turkiye spoke with Vecih Cuma, Healthcare Minister in the Syrian Provisional Government formed by the opposition, to discuss the opposition's plans and the reason why the US was excluded from the negotiating process.
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07:43 GMT 22.11.2016
A permanent naval base which Russia apparently plans to build in the Syrian port city of Tartus in the coming months will help tackle the most serious challenge that the war-torn Arab country is facing – fragmentation, political analyst Waddah al-Jundi, co-chairman of the Russian-Syrian Cooperation Society, told RIA Novosti.
17:43 GMT 23.10.2016
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The Russian Foreign Ministry has expressed "grave concern" over Turkey's military involvement in Syria, stressing that the Syrian government did not approve of the intervention. Political analyst Elena Suponina says that this is a clear sign that Ankara's move is not the result of any backroom deal with Moscow, as previously assumed.
17:18 GMT 23.08.2016
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