Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he will not allow the Kurds in the border town of tel Abyad to create autonomy with the support of the United States. With all this, the country's leader did not rule out that the responses to U.S. allies will be military operations.
Ankara considered the threat to the security of Turkey, the statement of the adept of the Kurdish party "Democratic Union" on the establishment of independence in the border Syrian town of tel Abyad. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised to do everything important to counter the forces of the Kurds.
He did not rule out the introduction of armed forces against Syrian Kurds backed by the US. Despite the fact that the Turkish army has been fighting with the "Islamic state" coalition, headed by the United States, Erdogan warned the allies about the possibility of carrying out military operations against the Kurds in the case of the establishment of autonomy in border areas.
"Turkey does not need anyone's permission. We will do what is necessary", - quotes Reuters the President. Consequently, the Turkish government intends to continue the fight against the militants of the Kurdistan workers party.
Remember, in Ankara on the morning of 10 September was rocked by 2 explosions. It happened at an antiwar March organized by one of the unions. For fresh information, as a result of the disaster killed 95 people, hundreds were injured. The Turkish government blamed the attacks on the Kurds. A month later Turkey carried out air strikes on the positions of Kurdish rebels in Iraq in the district of Siirt. As explained in the Ministry of defence powers, it was a response to the terrorist attacks in Ankara.
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