urkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Wednesday (December 12) that Turkey will carry out a military operation in the east of the Euphrates River in Syria in a few days.
” According to the article, this area is one-third of the total lands of Syria.
resident Erdogan recently announced that Turkey’s next military operation against the YPG/PKK in northeastern Syria might be launched “within a few days,” which became the top high-level statement made in Ankara most recently.
resident Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared an expansion of Turkish military operations in Syria and pointed to the east of the Euphrates.
oday in Istanbul, four governments — Turkey, Russia, Germany, and France — are meeting for a summit over Syria, attempting to consolidate the Sochi Agreement signed by Russia and Turkey over Idlib, and re-invigorate the international political process.
he disagreement over the control and status of the Syrian town of Manbij has been a symbol of the strategic differences between the U.
While Ankara has pushed for better relations with Moscow recently, the summit showed that Turkey would stand its ground when it comes to defending its interests in Syria, including the support for the moderate opposition.
id-June this year the Assad regime began an extensive operation in southwest Syria aiming to get control of the last rebel stronghold region.
hen the Syrian Civil War is discussed, the discussion tends to evolve around the number of refugees, the constant attacks conducted by the Assad regime and trilateral discussions between Turkey, Iran and Russia, who are the three guarantor states seeking to find an end to the years long conflict in Syria.
ast week, the rebel-held Douma city in Syria experienced apparent chemical weapon attacks.
exit from Syria as being “rumours,” conveying instead that the fight against Daesh in Syria was not over.
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.