An American newspaper confirmed that Erdogan had become a danger to Turkey, the vicinity and the world due to his practices, and it said that any foreign perhaps Syrian misadventure would drive him to peril.
The former US envoy to the International Coalition against ISIS, Brett McGurk, posed 15 questions to Trump and invited him to ask Erdogan, most of which related to the latter's support for terrorists.
Hundreds of Americans, Kurds, Armenians, and Greeks went out to protest in front of the White House in Washington to denounce the President Donald Trump's meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The US President Donald Trump opened his meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan by talking about business deals.
Bipartisan members of the US Senate have called for serious consideration of reports of Turkey's violation of the ceasefire in northern and eastern Syria, and to respond with tough sanctions.
The Turkish occupation state is trying hard and unsuccessfully to distance itself from charges of supporting international terrorism, but all its attempts fail.
Russia is striving for the success of the work of the (Constitutional Committee) and the Sochi agreement, where criticized the language of the wooden system, while Russian experts felt that Moscow is willing to hold a dialogue to reach an agreement that could change the Syrian political system to a federal, while the demonstrations expanded in Iraq and Lebanon Bloody violence.
On Thursday morning, the International press touched upon that US wants to stay about 900 US troops in Syrian amid a lot of criticizing its role in Syria, as well as to hold the first talks which is related of the Syrian Constitutional Committee.
The Turkish lira lost about 0.2% of its value against the dollar as it was quickly influenced by the US House of Representatives' overwhelming approval of new sanctions against Turkey for its attacks on northern and eastern Syria.
Brett McGurk said that Baghdadi was targeted just a few miles from the Turkish border, and in Idlib, where there are dozens of Turkish military sites.He pointed out that Idlib has become the largest terrorist sanctuary in the world and said that the Al-Qaeda branch in Idlib enjoys symbiotic relations with Turkish-backed mercenaries.
In Sochi, Putin and Erdogan will discuss the situation in the north and east of Syria. According to the Arab press, Moscow will propose the implementation of the Adana agreement, but after its amendment, it will ask Ankara to stop attacks in order not to affect the work of the constitutional committee, while Hariri's reforms failed to stop the protests.
US military officials have publicly criticized Trump's withdrawal from Syria, asserting that abandoning the allies harms the US's credibility with the allies.
Amnesty International published a report on its website that the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries had committed war crimes. It regretted that the Turks and their mercenaries had ignored repeated calls to protect the lives of civilians, including willful killings and unlawful attacks that killed and injured civilians.
The European Union has said that Turkey must stop its attacks on northern and eastern Syria, withdraw from it and respect international humanitarian law.
Observers saw Erdogan's acceptance of Pence and his agreement to halt attacks on northern and eastern Syria reveal the extent of the difficulties he is living on because of adventure, which leads him to seek a lifeline in any initiative, whether from the United States or Russia, while the UN envoy to Yemen Griffith spoke about A glimmer of hope to resolve the crisis, as Iraqi demonstrators prepare to take to the streets again next week.