Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has referred to as on Russia and the U.S. to hold to their guarantees to make sure that Syrian Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian borders areas with Turkey.

Erdogan says the Kurdish fighters are nonetheless current in a number of areas.


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Erdogan additionally mentioned on Tuesday that Turkish troops are being attacked by some Syrian Kurdish fighters from areas that they had retreated to, including that Turkey wouldn’t “remain a spectator” to these assaults.




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U.S. forces noticed close to oil fields in Northern Syria


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Two cease-fire agreements — brokered by the U.S. and Russia — halted Turkey’s navy offensive into Syria to enable for the Kurdish fighters to withdraw 30 kilometres, about 19 miles, away from the border.

Erdogan’s spoke as Turkish and Russian troops carried out their second joint patrols in northeast Syria below a deal reached with Moscow.

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