In a joint press conference with his Italian colleague Giulio Terzi in Rome, Davutoglu stressed that Turkey presented a note to Syria after Monday’s incidents in Ceylanpinar.
"We informed the UN Security Council and NATO on the situation in Ceylanpinar. The Assad regime is responsible for what took place. The secondary responsibility sits with the UN Security Council for their inaction," Davutoglu underlined.
"Bombings made by Syrian jets in residential areas are not acceptable. The Syrian jets did not violate Turkey’s air space. Had they violated our air space, we would have responded accordingly," Davutoglu indicated.
"On Sunday, the Syrian opposition reached a common alliance. The international community from now on has to do what it has to do," Davutoglu also said.
FM Davutoglu speaks with Egyptian counterpart
Davutoglu on Monday held a phone conversation with his Egyptian counterpart Mohamed Kamel Amr.
Diplomatic sources said that Amr phoned Davutoglu while the latter was in Rome.
The two ministers discussed the results of a meeting that the Syrian opposition held in Doha, Qatar.
The two ministers also discussed the contents of a meeting of the Arab League which took place in Cairo with the participation of the Syrian opposition.
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