Behind the Scenes: Western Countries Think Assad Won’t Be Toppled

After the devastating blows that the Syrian army has dealt to the terrorist groups, it has been noticed that Turkey has increased its involvement in the Syrian crisis. This new attitude was attributed according to some analysts to Turkey’s plan to support the military groups’ morals and to busy the Syrian troops to ease the pressure around the rebels.

During a meeting for Western states’ ambassador and after they tackled the Syrian issue, one of the ambassadors asked whether his other colleagues think President Bashar Al-Assad would be toppled. No one raised his hand

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