Noting that the overall success against Daesh "does not remove many of Turkey's concerns," Mattis said it is "easy to understand" why Ankara is worried that the conflict will extend beyond the Syrian border.
rab media have shed the spotlight on Turkey’s ongoing Operation Olive Branch to dislodge the PYD/PKK terrorist group from northern Syria’s Afrin city.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday afternoon said the ongoing Operation Olive Branch in Syria's Afrin will be completed "in very short time".
ain opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Deputy Chair Bulent Tezcan on Sunday said his party completely backs the ongoing operation in Syria’s Afrin.
Shortly before his departure the president told reporters in Turkey that today’s face-to-face was a vital step in the furthering of bi-lateral relations, as well as for peace and the wider region in general, too; French commentators pre-event focused besides others on defense (industry) issues and the relevance to maintain contact plus Syria and the fight against terror.
Within this framework, the German Foreign Minister claimed that the Syria summit between the presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran in Sochi must be read as the “old empires rising,” adding that “the major powers gathered in Sochi are not friends, but they have plenty in common.
support given to the PKK/YPG terrorist group in Syria.
The same may happen in the case of radical leftists and the successful PKK/YPG model in Syria as some may consider that for radical leftists, the US is the “real enemy” too.
The apprehended terrorists who fled through the conflict zones in Syria and Iraq were caught either inside the country or on the borders.
6 percent of Syrian refugees in Turkey are overweight, while 27.
”Criticizing Trump for his decision, Erdogan also reminded OIC members that the US has been supporting another terrorist organization in the Middle East – the YPG/PYD – which form the Syrian wing of the PKK – a terrorist organization according to Turkey, the US and European Union.
However, the Turkish government seemed determined to buy the missile system from NATO’s main rival due to Turkey's fear of the West’s duel role in the Syrian war, indifference to last year's failed coup attempt and its antagonist approach to the country.