ISTANBUL – Kurdish Syrians of the militia YPG will be from July 4, beginning with the departure from the place Manbij in northern Syria. The declared the Turkish minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu on Thursday. The withdrawal takes place according to a plan that Turkey and the US have made.
The Turkish Foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, said Thursday that Kurdish Syrians are of the militia YPG from July 4, will begin with departure from the place Manbij.
Ankara wants the YPG, that large parts of the north of Syria, governed, reducing. Turkey considers the YPG as an extension of the banned PKK. The US support for the Kurdish fighters, however.
In order to prevent a violent confrontation between the Turkish military and the YPG is the vertrekplan forged.
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