Ankara/Sputnik: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan refuted on Wednesday claims that his country is deploying Syrian militants to the conflict-torn Nagorno-Karabakh.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that hundreds of Turkey-linked Syrian militants are already engaged in the combat operations in Karabakh, while hundreds more will be deployed there soon.
"They say we have deployed Syrian militants [to Karabakh]. There is no such problem. They have things to do on their own territories, they will not go there," Erdogan told the Turkish parliament.
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