ground operation in syria
In this regard, Turkish President Erdogan issued a statement, in which he said, “With God’s will, we will soon drive them all out with the help of our tanks, weapons and soldiers.” On Sunday, Ankara’s military aircraft targeted dozens of Kurdish positions in northern Syria and across Iraq.
Turkey will finish the terrorists
This action has been taken after six people were killed and 80 were injured in the explosion in Istanbul. The Turkish Defense Ministry announced the raid on Sunday in a statement on Twitter. Turkey’s Defense Ministry tweeted early Sunday morning, ‘The time of reckoning has come. Those who carried out the attacks will be held accountable. Along with this a picture was also tweeted. Turkey clearly says that all Kurdish terrorists are on their target.
there was a terrorist attack
On November 13, a terrorist attack took place in a busy market in Istanbul. Turkey blamed the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) for the blast. Kurdish fighters denied involvement in the incident. At the same time, Ankara released a video of the bombing in another tweet. The Ministry of Defense tweeted, ‘Perfect strike on the nest of terror.’ The army said in a statement, ‘Under Article 51 of the United Nations Charter, we have the right of self-defense. Through this, we conducted air operations on terror bases in areas in the north of Iraq and Syria.
Tension likely to rise
The Turkish leader threatened a new military operation in northern Syria. Those threats have been amplified in the wake of this month’s attack. We will bring the terrorists to their end with the help of our planes, cannons and drones, Erdogan said at a ceremony held in the Black Sea province of Artvin. Explain that both Turkey and the US consider the PKK a terrorist group. But they disagree about the Syrian Kurdish forces standing with the US in the fight against the ISIS group in Syria.