Turkey's security chief warns West 'will eat our dust' as he pledges 'New world order'

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Turkey’s Suleyman Soylu from the ruling AKP party has given a speech to party supporters pledging to build a “new world order.” The NATO-allied country’s interior minister went on to boast that Turkey would leave the West to “eat our dust.”

 Mr Soylu told a rally of AKP supporters: “We will design the new world word.

“We caught this opportunity now. Turkey is no longer old Turkey.

“Our alliance is the alliance on the path to Allah.

“After 2023, we will move so fast that [the West] will have to eat our dust. 

On Wednesday, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said he had observed a “common understanding” regarding the need for a Russia-Ukraine ceasefire in a phone call with his Russian counterpart Sergei Shoigu on Tuesday,

Mr Akar emphasized the importance of an immediate ceasefire to stop loss of life and establish peace and stability in the region, according to a readout following the call between the two ministers.

The Turkish defence ministry said: “The importance of declaring a ceasefire urgently in order to prevent further loss of lives and to re-establish peace and stability in the region was emphasized, and it was gladly observed that there was a common understanding regarding the ceasefire.

The call came after Russian missiles hit Ukraine for a second day, although with less intensity than on Monday, when dozens of air raids killed 19 people, wounded more than 100 and knocked out power supplies across the country.

Putin said it was possible to repair the pipelines but that Russia and Europe should decide their fate.

Speaking at an energy conference in Moscow, he said: “We could move the lost volumes from the Nord Streams along the bottom of the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea region and thus make the main routes for the supply of our fuel, our natural gas to Europe through Turkey, creating the largest gas hub for Europe in Turkey.

“That is, of course, if our partners are interested in this.

“And economic feasibility, of course.”



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