Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Erdogan censures North Atlantic Treaty Organisation for not helpimg in Turkey's Syria operations

Erdogan censures North Atlantic Treaty Organisation for not helpimg in Turkey's Syria operations

The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey as well as the USA and the EU.

Pro-Kurdish demonstrators staged protests against Turkey's military offensive in northern Syria on Sunday scuffling with Turks and German police at Duesseldorf airport, while in Britain they temporarily closed two train stations, authorities said.

Ankara's offensive on the Kurdish-held enclave in northwestern Syria is now in its 51st day as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has vowed to increase the operation beyond Afrin. Erdogan said Turkey sent troops to conflict zones when requested, but did not receive support in return.

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"During this operation, we see that Turkey is lending a hand to the oppressed", Tasli said.

The defeat of ISIS has been welcomed in many parts of Syria and Kurdish militia have staked their right to control the regions in East Syria which had a Kurdish majority population.

In a statement to the UN Security Council, the Kurdish council that governs Afrin on Sunday demanded a response to the Turkish offensive. NATO, Turkey is not a NATO country?

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His remarks came nearly a week after the Pentagon announced its "operational pause" in the fight against remnants of Daesh* terrorists in eastern Syria, acknowledging that the Turkish offensive had affected the U.S. combat capabilities.

Turkey has been complaining for years that the United States was too cozy with the Kurds, insisting the group are a "terrorist" organization. Unfortunately, until now, there has not been a positive word or voice.

Turkey's president has criticized North Atlantic Treaty Organisation for not supporting the country's ongoing military operation against Syrian Kurdish fighters in Syria. "Are we not a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member?" Turkey describes the militias as offshoots of the terrorist-labeled outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

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