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Erdogan threatens Trump: Turkish army wants to advance against US-protected Kurds – Politics

Thursday, January 25th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on US President Donald Trump to withdraw American troops from Syria. This was announced by the Foreign Ministry in Ankara on Thursday. Erdogan and Trump said they had not cleared up their differences over the Turkish invasion of Syria in a recent telephone conversation. Ankara's army has been attacking the Afrin region for six days, part of the Kurdish autonomy zone in northern Syria known as Rojava, which is supported by the US and tolerated by Russia has been. Erdogan is now dealing with the also Kurdish region around Manbij, where US soldiers are stationed. According to Syrian oppositionists hit there on the night of Thursday bullets of Turkish troops. Trump warned Erdogan that the White House was facing a confrontation. Erdogan must refrain from any actions that could lead to a direct conflict with US soldiers. The Turkish president had announced that he would expel Kurdish units from all over northern Syria. Foreign Minister Gabriel (SPD): Delivering no arms goods in areas of tensionExternal Minister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) said he had asked NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to discuss it within the defense alliance. The currently only federal government will also postpone its decision on arms exports to Turkey. It was clear, Gabriel said, "that we are not allowed to and will not deliver into areas of tension." Gabriel refers to the arming of the Leopard II tanks built in Germany and used in Afrin by Ankara. Battle for the Kurdish region of Afrin in northern Syria. Northern Syria is governed by a Kurdish-Christian-dominated coalition headed by the PYD. Their militia YPG is supported by the US in the fight against the "Islamic State". The PYD is considered the sister party of the militant Kurdish Workers' Party PKK, which is banned in Turkey and the EU. The PYD is being fought by Islamists, Turkey and, most recently, Syria's central government.

Ankara said Syrian troops supported by Russia would not be attacked unless they attacked the Turkish army. Meanwhile, she is moving forward with Africans on Afrin. As Syrian exiles report, among the US fighters are supposed to be terrorists. Accordingly, jihadists were sighted by the Chechen-led "Junud al Sham". Against the terrorist force was also determined in Berlin. The Central Council of Yazidis in Germany said that the world must prevent Afrin from becoming free of Christians and Christians. Opponents and supporters of the attack are gathering in front of the Turkish embassy Berlin is expected to hold up to 1,000 demonstrators in front of the Turkish embassy in Berlin this Friday in two rallies. While Kurdish groups and Turkish exiled opposition activists call for protest against the attack on Afrin, supporters of the Ankara government are mobilizing to support the invasion. According to Tagesspiegel information will be among them also supporters of the far-right gray wolves. Police announced that they wanted to separate the camps on arrival.


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