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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Erdogan has threatened to destroy the wild US allies in Syria

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has very rigidly reacted to the statement by the coalition under US leadership that in Syria together with the Syrian democratic forces will be created “security forces of the border.” He called these forces “terrorist army” and promised to destroy. At the same time the Turkish leader may commence at any moment.

photo: kremlin.ru

The events in Syria, where recently in a number of areas have established at least some kind of truce can become unpredictable power path. Turkey is not terribly liked the initiative of the United States to create in the North of Syria together with the Syrian democratic forces beyond the control of the Damascus area, which will operate the new so-called “security forces of the border.” If the US is now preparing approximately 230 people, the ultimate goal is to put under the gun of 30 thousand people.

“Now America near our borders creates a terrorist army that threatens the security of Turkey,” Erdogan said Monday, speaking in Ankara, RIA “Novosti”.

He added that for Turkey the challenge now is to “strangle the army until she was born”.

“If the US wants these wild creatures to cooperate — that is their business. But we do not allow”, – reads the statement of Erdogan.

He confirmed that the Turkish army continues shelling positions of the self-defense forces of Syrian Kurds in Afrin and in the near future may start a military operation.

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