The situation in Turkey, where there was an attempt of a military coup, will not affect the process of the Syrian settlement. This was stated by Deputy spokesman of the Secretary-General Farhan Haq.
In his opinion, the situation in Turkey will have long-term adverse consequences for the settlement process in Syria. He also stressed that UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura continues to conduct an inter-Syrian negotiations.
We will remind, the armed rebellion in Turkey started on Friday, July 15. Opponents of President Tayyip Erdogan seized the radio and television transmission station, blocked bridges, and also took hostage members of the General staff in Ankara. Subsequently, the official government of Turkey announced the suppression of the rebellion.
After a failed coup attempt in resignation was sent to 30 governors, 47 of the heads of municipalities, as well as 7899 police officers and 614 officers of the gendarmerie. Many of the dismissed arrested on suspicion of trying to seize power in the country, the responsibility for which the Turkish authorities imposed on Imam Fethullah Gulen.