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Head of NATO says "Plans in Place to Defend Turkey"
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[quote:Newshunter:MV8yMDEyMjQzXzMzODExOTY5XzgxQzFFRUI3] [b]Official: Syria debating full military mobilization[/b] Prepping for prospect of war with Turkey TEL AVIV – President Bashar al-Assad of Syria held a meeting today with his regime’s army leadership to discuss the possibility of a full general military mobilization to face the prospect of war with Turkey, according to a senior Syrian official speaking to WND. The official said no decision has been taken about whether to mobilize all branches or to call up the reserves, citing an argument at the meeting that Syria doesn’t want to be seen as taking the first major step toward war. http://www.wnd.com/2012/10/official-syria-debating-full-military-mobilization/?cat_orig=world [/quote]
The head of NATO said on Tuesday the military alliance had plans in place to defend Turkey against attack if needed, as the United Nations chief urged the Syrian regime to declare an immediate truce.
“We have all necessary plans in place to protect and defend Turkey if necessary,” Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told reporters before a meeting of the alliance’s defense ministers in Brussels.
link to english.alarabiya.net
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