Erdogan Questioned by Supporting armed groups in Syria

The Turkish Republican People's Party demanded today questioning Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Parliament due to the presence of Turkish officials providing assistance to armed groups in Syria.

The MP for that party to the legislature, Bidar Lutfi filed a parliamentary questioning note, whose content was released by media today,according to Prensa Latina.

The text requires that Erdogan and Davutoglu clarify the role of Turkish officers in the conflict, for their assistance to what so-called" Free Syrian Army " and explain news about the arrest of several Turkish soldiers in Syria.

Several reports substantiate the arrest of two senior officials by Damascus authorities, and several of our intelligence agents, the note said.

They should be asked about how those officers came to Syria, if they were cooperating with the terrorist network Al Qaeda and whether the Turkish armed forces carried out covert operations in the neighboring country, the document claimed.

Press reports show that Turkey, bordering with Syria, is one of the countries in the region that supports irregular groups fighting the Syrian government, through financial and logistical assistance, and allowing the passage of mercenaries to that nation.