Erdogan renews threats to attack areas of north, east of Syria

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday renewed his threats of an attack on northern and eastern parts of Syria, saying he told both America and Russia.

The Turkish state continues its threats to northern and eastern parts of Syria after occupying other areas in Syria. Today, while participating in the opening of the highway and a public hospital in the city of Izmir, Erdogan reiterated his intention to launch an attack on northern and eastern Syria, just like Afrin, Jrablos,

Erdogan also said he told both Russia and America of his alleged attack.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mouloud Jawishoglu threatened last month to launch an aggression on northern and eastern Syria if a "safe area" is not declared.



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