Turkey Warns Syria That It Is Ready To Battle It's Troops In Northern Syria After Damascus Agreed To Support Kurdish Fighters



Daily Mail: Turkey risks WAR in Syria: Turkish minister declares 'no-one can stop us' and vows to fight Syrian troops in Afrin after Assad agreed to support Kurds under attack from Erdogan

* Damascus has agreed to 'bolster' forces in Afrin to confront Turkish 'aggression'
* Militias have been trying to repel a Turkish offensive in the Kurdish enclave
* Turkey's foreign Minister has warned his country is ready to battle Assad's troops
* Mevlut Cavusoglu said 'no one can stop us, stop Turkey or the Turkish soldiers'

Turkey's foreign minister has warned the country is ready to battle Bashar al-Assad's troops in northern Syria after Damascus agreed to support Kurdish fighters.

Mevlut Cavusoglu warned that 'no-one can stop us' as it was announced that pro-Syrian government forces will begin entering the Kurdish enclave of Afrin 'within hours'.

Syrian state media said Assad's forces will 'bolster' local forces in confronting Turkish 'aggression'. This suggested the Syrian government and Kurdish fighters - a militia known as YPG militia - have struck a deal aimed at repelling an ongoing Turkish offensive on the area.

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WNU Editor: If Turkeys' military starts battling Syrian-backed government forces .... this is going to change the battlefield in Syria completely.

More News On Turkey Warning Syria That It Is Ready To Battle It's Troops In Northern Syria After Damascus Agreed To Support Kurdish Fighters

Turkey warns it may hit Syrian troops in Kurdish enclave -- AP
Turkey warns against Syria regime support to Kurd militia -- AFP
Turkey Says Will Confront Syrian Forces if They Enter Afrin to Help YPG -- Reuters
Cavusoglu: Nobody can stop Turkish forces in Afrin -- Al Jazeera
No One Can Stop Turkish Forces if Syrian Army Enters Afrin to Protect Kurds - FM -- Sputnik
Turkey warns Assad regime against supporting YPG/PKK -- Anadolu Agency

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