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If Kurds do not withdraw Syrian north-east regions, Erdogan to resume military operation

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ankara also expects that the world community will support all its projects on return of Syrian refugees
09:22, 27 October 2019

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkey
TASS

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to resume the military operation in the North-Eastern regions of Syria if Kurds did not withdraw Turkish territories at a set time. Turkish Diller stated that in Stambul on October 26, as Anadolu reported.

"If after 150 hours terrorists are not withdrawn from Syria regions, Turkey will clean them up by itself. Turkey is currently working on creation of the security zone in Syria to prevent terrorists' attacks of the Working Party of Kurdistan, Squad of People's Self-Defence and Syrian ISIL," Erdogan noted. 

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Ankara also expects that the world community will support all its projects on return of Syrian refugees.

Erdogan stated about readiness to build residents, social objects and infrastructure for refugees along with the creation of the safe zone. 

At the same time, if Turkey does not succeed in giving support of the world community in returning from 1 to 2 million Syrian refugees, it will be obliged to open its Western borders. 

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