Turkey military shelled U.S. Kurdish armed forces to fight terrorists

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 Turkey military shelled U.S. Kurdish armed forces to fight terrorists


Overseas Network, Oct. 28, 28, Turkish troops fired artillery shells at Syrias Kurdish militia organization (YPG). It is reported that the militia has been supported by the United States, but is regarded as a terrorist organization by the Turkey authorities.

According to Agence France-Presse news, the Turkish military shelled the Kurdish Peoples Defense Forces (YPG) shelter east of the Euphrates River in northern Syrias Kobani region. On the 26th, Erdogan issued a final warning to the Kurdish Peoples Defense Forces (YPG), the attack or herald that the Turkish side will launch a new offensive in the relevant areas of Syria.

It is reported that the Peoples Defense Force (YPG) has long been supported by the United States to control large areas of northern and northeastern Syria territory. But Turkey regards it as an extension of the Kurdish WorkersParty (PKK), and is therefore recognized as a terrorist organization by Turkey and its Western allies. Although the United States and Turkey jointly oppose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, U.S. support for the Kurdish Peoples Defense Force (YPG) is the main controversy between the two countries. Turkeys military incursions have recently targeted more Kurdish militias near the border, and since 2016, Turkey has launched two offensives west of the Euphrates. According to foreign media earlier reported, 27, Turkish President Erdogan and the leaders of Russia, Germany and France held in Istanbul on the Syrian issue, the four countries will work together to create conditions for peace and stability in Syria. Source: overseas web editor: Li Cong _B11284

It is reported that the Peoples Defense Force (YPG) has long been supported by the United States to control large areas of northern and northeastern Syria territory. But Turkey regards it as an extension of the Kurdish WorkersParty (PKK), and is therefore recognized as a terrorist organization by Turkey and its Western allies.

Although the United States and Turkey jointly oppose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, U.S. support for the Kurdish Peoples Defense Force (YPG) is the main controversy between the two countries. Turkeys military incursions have recently targeted more Kurdish militias near the border, and since 2016, Turkey has launched two offensives west of the Euphrates.

According to foreign media earlier reported, 27, Turkish President Erdogan and the leaders of Russia, Germany and France held in Istanbul on the Syrian issue, the four countries will work together to create conditions for peace and stability in Syria.