Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he does not rule out future cooperation with Damascus on the issue of Kurdish militants.
Erdogan said his government did not have any problems with Kurds, but with what he labelled terrorist organizations, Hurriyet News reported.
“Turkey’s issue is not with Kurds, but with terrorist organizations. Whatever happens tomorrow is based on the circumstances. It is not appropriate to have an understanding of saying ‘no way at all.’ The doors of politics are always open until the last moment,” Erdogan said when asked whether Turkey and Syrian government could cooperate.