Published: Sun, November 10, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Turkey's Erdogan says he will discuss Halkbank case with Trump

Turkey's Erdogan says he will discuss Halkbank case with Trump

The battles involving heavy and medium weapons are fought in the village of Um Shuaifeh in the countryside of Hasakah Province near the Turkish border, SANA said.

Speaking on his flight home from a trip to Hungary, Erdogan told reporters he would discuss with Trump developments in Turkey's offensive in northeast Syria. Moscow has brokered a shaky truce in northern Syria, but sporadic clashes have continued.

Turkey and Russian Federation reached a deal under which YPG/PKK terrorists would pull back 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) south of Turkey's border with Syria and security forces from Turkey and Russian Federation would conduct joint patrols there.

The PKK/YPG terrorist group continued to violate the safe zone deals that Turkey hammered with the USA and Russian Federation, the Turkish Defense Ministry said on November 9.

It should be remembered that Turkey had begun operation at the border connected with Syrian rebels, so they may be helped by removing Kurdish YPG groups from the area.

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Roebuck reportedly deplored Turkey's "intention-laced effort at ethnic cleansing", which he said included abuses by Ankara's Islamist allies in Syria that "can only be described as war crimes and ethnic cleansing".

Mustafa Bali, spokesman for the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, said the man was killed Friday in northeastern Syria. They further added that they would continue their cross-border offensive against Kurdish fighters until they leave the region.

The Observatory said government forces withdrew from several areas, including Um Shaifa, leaving Kurdish fighters alone to face the attacks, which also involved Turkish drones.

Turkey's Defense Ministry made no mention of fighting with Syrian government troops in a statement Saturday.

US support for the YPG, which was a main ally in the fight against Daesh (ISIS), has infuriated Turkey. "And we oppose it".

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