EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said that the 'astanization' of relations between Russia and Turkey allowed these countries to divide spheres of influence in Syria, Libya, and the Caucasus, RIA Novosti reported.
Five years ago, Turkey and Russia were not present in the central Mediterranean, and now they are playing a game, he noted adding that we live in a multipolar world where there are behind-the-scenes affairs between several players who are opposed to others.
Borrell noted that new hotbeds of conflict have appeared, while the old ones remained unresolved.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues with no prospects. Let's see how it will be under Biden, he added.
According to him, the player can compete with Europe in supporting peaceful solutions, furthermore, this must be carried out in close coordination with the UN.