President Tu said that his country has begun to retaliate against Syrian government forces

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 President Tu said that his country has begun to retaliate against Syrian government forces


Earlier, Turkeys Ministry of Defense issued a statement Wednesday that Syrian government forces launched heavy shelling in northern Syrias Idlib region, killing four Turkish soldiers stationed there and injuring nine others. Later, Erdogan said in a speech to the media that the shelling of Syrian army has resulted in the sacrifice of Turkish soldiers, and it is impossible for Turkmenistan to keep silent.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)))); Erdogan said that Turkish artillery and air force forces have taken military action against about 40 Syrian garrisons that have been identified in Turkey, causing about 30 to 35 Syrian casualties, and we will continue to carry out military action to ensure that we can ensure that we The security of our people in our country and in the Idlib area . He also stressed that Turkeys target is Syria, not Russia. Syrias Idlib province borders Turkey and is the last major territory controlled by Syrian opposition forces and extremist organizations in Syria. Syrian government forces have been hoping to recover the area. In September 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in Sochi. The two sides decided to establish a 15 to 20 kilometer deep demilitarized zone between Syrian government forces and opposition forces in Idlib Province, and drive extremist organizations such as the conquest front out of the area. At the end of December 2019, Turkmenistan announced to send a delegation to Moscow to discuss with Russia the implementation of a new ceasefire agreement in Idlib. But since then, there have been exchanges of fire between the parties to the conflict. Source: editor in charge of Xinhuanet: Yao Wenguang, nn1682

Erdogan said that Turkish Artillery Forces and air force forces have taken military actions against about 40 Syrian army stations that have been identified in Turkey, causing about 30 to 35 Syrian army personnel to be killed and injured. We will continue to carry out military operations to ensure the safety of our country and our personnel in the yidlib area.. He also stressed that Turkeys target is Syria, not Russia.

Syrias Idlib province borders Turkey and is the last major territory controlled by Syrian opposition forces and extremist organizations in Syria. Syrian government forces have been hoping to recover the area. In September 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in Sochi. The two sides decided to establish a 15 to 20 kilometer deep demilitarized zone between Syrian government forces and opposition forces in Idlib Province, and drive extremist organizations such as the conquest front out of the area.

At the end of December 2019, Turkmenistan announced to send a delegation to Moscow to discuss with Russia the implementation of a new ceasefire agreement in Idlib. But since then, there have been exchanges of fire between the parties to the conflict.