YPG call for armed forces of Syrian state to protect Manbij from Turkey's threats

The General Command of the People Protection Units (YPG) pointed out that they belong to Syria in terms of land, people and border, calling for the armed forces of the Syrian state to do their duty to protect the border of Manbij city from the threats of the Turkish state.

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The General Command of YPG issued on Friday a written statement to the public opinion, noting that they fought terrorism, and today, they are being exposed to threats by the Turkish state, and it called, through its statement, for the armed forces of the Syrian state to protect Manbij area from the threats of the Turkish state.

The text of the statement included,

"Amid the continuous threats of the Turkish state to invade the areas of North Syria, destroy the area and displace its people as happened in Jarabulus, Azaz, al-Bab and Afrin, we, in YPG, announce that after we have withdrawn from Manbij area, we have been dedicated to the battle against IS and the other terrorist gangs in the East Euphrates and other areas so that we call for the Syrian state that we belong to in terms of land, people and border to send its armed forces to take these points and protect Manbij area from the Turkish threats."

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