The restrictions could hit the country's energy and military sectors. They could also affect the assets of high-rank Turkish officials who fall under the U.S. jurisdiction, limiting their opportunities to travel in the U.S.
The sanctions are due to the military operation that Turkey launched against the Kurdish forces in northern Syria.
As is known, on October 9, the Turkish military deployed forces in northern Syria, starting an operation against Syrian Kurds. Turkish Defense Ministry claimed that the operation aims to set the safety zone, which is a necessary step to bringing peace and security in the region.
Turkey wants to settle up to two million Syrian refugees in this area; currently, these people remain in Turkey. This area also features camps with ISIS supporters, guarded by the Kurds.