Turkey's foreign minister said on Wednesday that Turkey would not allow any chaos or oppression in Syria.
AMMAN- Ahmet Davutoglu said Turkey would do everything it could to enable Syrian people to get their rightful demands.
"We will not allow chaos or oppression in Syria, this is our responsibility towards the Syrian people," Davutoglu told a joint press conference with his Jordanian counterpart Nasser Judeh in Amman. Davutoglu said the Syrian administration should halt its military operations.
Foreign Minister Davutoglu said recognition of the Palestinian state by the United Nations (UN) would pave the way for peace and Turkey and Jordan would work together not only for the Middle East peace process but also for granting their rights to the Palestinians.
Davutoglu said Turkey wanted to boost relations with Arab countries.
Moreover, Davutoglu said Turkey did not have any tolerance over terrorist attacks.
Also speaking at the press conference, Judeh said Jordan was also against the stance on civilians in Syria and pressure on people should be halted as soon as possible.
Judeh said Jordan's only endeavor was the establishment of a free Palestinian state.