will be “coming out of Syria, like, very soon.
military involvement in the Syrian crisis has become a widely discussed topic across the globe.
ecep Tayyip Erdogan, Vladimir Putin, and Hassan Rouhani, the presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran, met in Ankara on April 4 and they, once again, pledged to work together to conclude the everlasting war in Syria.
he powers active in Syria have met for the second round of talks to discuss reaching a permanent ceasefire in Syria.
and Turkey have been pursuing conflicting strategies in northern Syria for a while now.
n Friday 9 February, Turkish and Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces liberated four more villages from PYD/PKK terrorists as part of Operation Olive Branch in northwest Syria.
he PKK’s Syrian branch, the Democratic Union Party (Partiya Yekîtiya Demokrat, PYD) has been elevated to the status of a major political actor just across the Turkish border.
peaking about Operation Olive Branch during a live television broadcast in Syria’s northern city of Afrin, presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin stated that the military campaign was launched in order to secure Turkey’s borders and its citizens from terror threats.
Turkish ground forces have started to move into Syria’s Afrin with Free Syrian Army, Turkish General Staff said earlier on Sunday.
-led coalition was creating a 30,000-strong “Border Security Force” in northern Syria.
-backed group that is largely controlled and funded by the PKK/PYD terrorist organization in Syria.
n Sunday 14 January, the PYD/PKK terrorist organization located in Syria targeted the residential area in Azaz with multiple rocket attacks from the Afrin district bordering Turkey.
n an opinion written for Newsweek, Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu described the situation in Syria not only as the “worst humanitarian crisis since World War II” but as a conflict that “encouraged the emergence of a global terrorist threat.