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'Military action against Syria not necessary'

Avrupa News Agency (AVA) London-Turkish Ambassador Unal Cevikoz was on BBC Newsnight programme yesterday night. The shelling of Akacakale in Turkey's southeast, which killed five people and violations of Turkish territory.Turkey's parliament approved a bill that authorises military strikes in Syria, in response "aggressive action" 

Unal Cevikoz

Turkish Ambassador said : "Military action against Syria not necessary now but want to be able to use it if need to.

Ambassador added on the BBC Newsnight: " Turkish ambassador: When Turkish territory is violated, it has right to retaliate and is going to retaliate again."

Turkish ambassador to UK: "We are concerned about the stability of the region as there is a spillover effect - but one has to show restraint."

UnalCevikoz:  "Turkey is not declaring war but must protect its citizens" 

Besir Atalay

Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay said the bill authorising strikes against Syria was "not a declaration of war" but merely a "deterrent".

Nick Clegg

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said the UK recognises that Turkey has "every right to respond when attacks on Turkish soil against Turkish citizens take place".

Speaking while on a visit to Turkey, Mr Clegg told reporters he was "really shocked and saddened" by the deaths of five Turkish citizens after a mortar bomb was fired from Syria yesterday.

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