Erdogan: Turkey Will Continue Operation in Syria Despite Possible Sanctions
Ankara is not concerned about possible sanctions and will continue Operation Peace Spring in Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday after his trip to Azerbaijan, TASS reports.
"Our aim is clear, and we do not worry about possible sanctions. Self-Defense Forces [in Syria] are losing their positions very fast. Our task is to push terrorists to the distance of 32 km away from our border [into Syria]," TRT TV channel quoted Erdogan as saying.
The Turkish president added that Ankara "continues to hold talks with Russia and the US about Syrian cities of Manbij and Kobani."
"I don't consider it to be a negative development that Syrian government forces entered Manbij. Why? Because it is their territory in the end," the Hurriyet newspaper quoted Erdogan as saying.
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