US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo found himself under fire after he had published a map showing Turkey divided into 2 separate parts.
However, it is not all that bad. Fortunately, the map dedicated to the US regime change efforts in Venezuela at least successfully points out where Venezuela is located.
We applaud Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Rep., Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden & UK for supporting Venezuelan people by recognizing @jguaido today as Interim President. pic.twitter.com/g0oYLY7Qq0
— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) February 4, 2019
Pompeo’s map promptly gained a wide popularity among the Turkish audience. There are no doubts that such incidents are not contributing to the improvement of the public Turkish-US relations especially in this complex time when Ankar and Washington have very different views on a wide range of security issues in the Middle East.
Türkiye’yi bölünmüş olarak gösterdiğiniz bu haritayı alın kıçınıza sokun.
İçimizde, Maduro’ya karşı ABD’yi destekleyen kahpeler Türkiye için de aynı beklentideler. Bilerek ve isteyerek ABD’ye destek veriyorlar.
Ne pahasına olursa olsun, bu millet size o fırsatı asla vermeyecek. pic.twitter.com/d7yTUtP1cn
— M. Ş. Akçay ® (@MSAkcay_) 5 February 2019