Ankara is accelerating the deployment of selected Turkish units to Syria from the border town of Kilis and is reportedly waiting for a “green light” from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to strike key Kurdish infrastructure and supply lines.
This was reported by the Turkish TV channel Habertürk TV. In particular, after President Erdogan’s statements about operations in Tal Rifat and Manbij, special forces units from various provinces of Turkey were sent to the region. Today, another special task force has moved into the area from Kilis.
Speaking at the opening of the 30th AKP Evaluation Meeting in Ankara, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said:
“We have eliminated the terrorist corridor that they are trying to create on our southern border through military operations. We will make up for the shortcomings of the security line with new operations, and we will also complete all our undertakings with all sorts of actions. We will solve security problems with new opportunities.”
Plans regarding which areas the military operation will be carried out and where the Turkish troops will enter are at the final stage of implementation. After the completion of the final training of the security forces in the region, on the orders of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a general operation (against the Syrian Kurds) will begin.
It will be interesting to see how the West reacts. Since in fact it will be a Turkish invasion of the territory independent state.
Turkey will be subject to the same hellish sanctions, as well as in relation to Russia because of its military intervention in Ukraine. Will the West send billions of dollars worth of weapons to the Kurds or the Syrian Arab Army to protect the country’s independence?
Or, perhaps, the West, in its favorite tactics, will follow the well-known tactics of double standards, because Turkey is a member of NATO, and the Westerners do not “digest” the “bad” Assad?
PS Have you heard about the sanctions against Saudi Arabia? The one whose aircraft daily makes 150 sorties to bomb neighboring Yemen? They didn’t hear, and neither did I … So, most likely, it will be …