IF the Turkish military coup was successful Europe would have descended into “chaos” because there would be no barrier between the continent and ISIS-riddled Syria, a Turkish government source has said.
A representative of Turkey’s ruling AKP party, Zeynap Jane Kandur, said Europe is “very lucky” the attempted coup has not been successful.
Ms Kandur is adamant that Europe would have faced “a huge threat” if President Erdogan had been ousted because Turkey would have been in ruins and no longer able to act as ” barrier” between the EU and Syria.
Turkey would no longer have been able to do this in the wake of a violent revolution, says Ms Kandur, as she believed the armed rebellion by pockets of the military would have “destroyed” the country.
The military coup would have ‘destroyed’ Turkey so it could not act as a block to Syria
“Turkey is a barrier between Syria and the EU and if Turkey fell it would have been chaos.
“The EU is very lucky today.”
Europe ‘should be celebrating’ the crushing of the military coup as it makes EU safer
She said: “For the first time Turkish people have a taste of true democracy.
“Supporters of all four parties came together, which is quite an achievement.
“The coup could prove to be the best thing to happen to democracy in Turkey.”
She said: “I don’t think Turkey is keen to join the EU.
“Why join a club that’s failing? That’s not something we would want.”
By PATRICK CHRISTYS for express
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