Turkey seeks parliament approval for foreign deployment

By REUTERS
October 4, 2012 08:40

 
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ISTANBUL - Turkey's government said "aggressive action" by Syria's military had become a serious threat to its security and sought parliament approval for the deployment of Turkish troops beyond its borders, according to a memorandum sent to parliament.

Ibrahim Kalin, a senior adviser to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, said on his Twitter account that Turkey had no interest in a war with Syria but would protect its borders. He said political and diplomatic initiatives would continue.

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