Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has reaffirmed his stance against Bashar al-Assad as Syrian President during a state visit at the Carthage presidential palace in Tunis on Wednesday, describing the Syrian President as a «terrorist.» Erdogan said: «I clearly want to say Assad is a terrorist who leads state terror. There is no peace in Syria now and won't be with Assad. Otherwise we would... Еще have an unfairness on the people who are killed. We can not recognise this situation as Turkey.» Upon arrival, Erdogan was greeted by the Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi and a guard of honour by the countries' military. The Turkish President was speaking during a one-day visit designed to strengthen bilateral ties with Tunisia.