n 9 October, 2019 the Turkish Armed Forces and the Syrian National Army launched a joint military operation in the east of the Euphrates against the YPG, the Syrian extension of the PKK terrorist organization.
fter Turkey began its military operations in Northern Syria on October 9, public debate focused on how the military operation would affect Turkey’s relations with Western countries, especially the US, and whether the operation would change the power balance in Syria.
he Turkish Armed Forces commenced its third cross-border military operation against the PKK/PYD in northern Syria on October 9, 2019.
With the YPG forces about to quickly lose their power and domination in Northern Syria militarily, they have turned to the long-standing support of Western nations as a way out.
Understanding that diplomatic efforts with regional and international actors could not prevent the establishment of a planned corridor by the YPG terror group in northern Syria, Ankara decided to take a unilateral step towards eliminating the threats against its territorial integrity and national interests.
and Western voices in general take a position that blindly supports the YPG, which is the Syrian branch of the PKK terrorist organization.
forces in Syria will withdraw in expectation of a Turkish military operation into the region, opening the way for Turkey and the Syrian opposition to go after the YPG, the Syrian branch of the PKK terrorist organization.
-Turkey dispute, and the one where interests are radically incompatible, is Syria.
n September 16, 2019, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani visited Ankara in order to continue Astana trilateral peace talks on Syrian settlement and to meet face to face with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan separately.
One of the main outcomes of the summit was the announcement of the formation of a participants list for the Syrian constitutional committee.
Since then many things have been discussed, but one of the most important topics was the declaration that the safe zone would become “a peace corridor”, and that “any additional measures” would be taken so that Syrian refugees can return home.
Recently, I pointed out the rise of hate speech against Syrian refugees in Turkey in this column.
n response to Turkey’s assembling of troops along the Syria-Tukey border to areas held by the YPG terror group, the U.
n the last couple of weeks, Turkey has been witnessing an increase of hate speech against Syrian refugees.
Before the war he was a young and promising goal keeper for the junior Syrian national football club.
hen the demonstrations in Syria started, the U.