Azerbaijan, Baku, September 26 / Trend, A. Tagiyeva /
Turkey's foreign policy should be aimed at establishing peace, and not to stir up conflicts, opposition Republican People's Party leader Kemal Kılıcdaroglu said, Anadolu agency reported on Thursday.
According to Kilicdaroglu, currently Turkey has some problems with almost all neighboring countries, such as Iraq, Syria and Egypt.
The opposition leader also criticized Turkey's foreign policy towards Egypt and Syria, as Ankara interferes in the internal affairs of these countries.
Kilicdaroglu said that deterioration of relations with some neighboring countries in the first place has a negative impact on Turkey itself and its economy.
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