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Turkey deliberately fired at the US military in Syria

Turkey deliberately fired at the US military in Syria

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Washington believes that Turkey deliberately fired at American positions near the Syrian city of Kobani in order to push the US military. Turkey deliberately fired at the US military in Syria

Turkey deliberately fired at the US military in Syria

Washington believes that Turkey deliberately fired at American positions near the Syrian city of Kobani in order to push the US military from the border and wage war against the Kurds themselves. Ankara indicated that it did not know about the location of the Pentagon forces, but carried out a strike in response to Kurdish attacks. Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Turkish partners to carefully weigh the situation before conducting military operations in Syria.



The Turkish military, which carried out several artillery shellings on Friday near the outpost of the US Army Special Operations Unit in the vicinity of the city of Kobani in northern Syria, knew a few months ago about the location of American soldiers there, which raises the question of the possible intention of this attack - the publication cites The Washington Post words by senior US officials.

The Turkish military, which carried out several artillery shellings on Friday near the outpost of the US Army Special Operations Unit in the vicinity of the city of Kobani in northern Syria, knew a few months ago about the location of American soldiers there, which raises the question of the possible intention of this attack - the publication cites The Washington Post words by senior US officials.


Navy captain Brooke DeWalt, Pentagon spokesman, said the US forces "were bombarded," but no one was hurt.
“The US demands that Turkey avoid actions that could lead to immediate defensive responses,” said Devout.
Now, American politicians are wondering if Turkey is trying to push American troops further from the border in such ways.

A statement released by the Turkish Ministry of Defense said their troops did not fire at the Americans and acted “in self-defence” after attacking one of their border posts.
However, one army officer who fought in northeastern Syria and is aware of the situation told the newspaper that several shots were fired from the Turkish side of the border from a 155 mm gun.
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“Turkey knew that the Americans were there, the shelling was probably deliberate,” the military quoted WP as saying.
Turkey deliberately fired at the US military in Syria
Brett McGurk, a former special presidential administration official for Barack Obama and Donald Trump in the campaign against the Islamic State, also expressed concern about the incident.
“It could not be a mistake,” he said. The military also warned of the growing risk for Americans throughout Syria.
“Turkey wants us to leave the entire border region to a depth of 30 kilometres. Based on all the available data, these were warning strikes, not random incidents, ”added McGurk.
Turkey previously stated in a statement that it opened fire after Kurdish forces began shelling them, but stopped when the United States warned that the shelling was going too close to their positions.
On Saturday, US officials confirmed that the shooting ceased after US forces contacted the Turks, but some questioned whether there were any Kurdish militants involved.
In turn, the Turkish Ministry of Defense reported that 399 fighters of self-defense of the Supreme Kurdish Council (YPG) were killed as part of the Source of Peace military operation.
On Wednesday, October 9, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the start of hostilities in Syria. Ankara aims to clean the territories adjacent to the southern regions of Turkey from the Kurdish militia, to create a security zone with a length of up to 500 km and a depth of about 30 km, which will subsequently accommodate Syrian refugees.
According to official figures, about 4 million Syrians are currently in Turkey.
On the same day, the Syrian state television channel Ikharabiya reported that the cities of Darbasia, Maliki a, Kamyshly in the province of Hasek and the cities of Tell Abyad and Ain Isa in the province of Rakka were hit by the Turkish military.
According to various sources, as a result of the operation, four to ten people have already died, among the victims, there may be women and children. What was criticized by the West, FAN reports?
The head of the White House, Donald Trump, signed a decree allowing the Ministry of Finance to impose sanctions that would cause enormous damage to Turkey, said the head of the US Treasury Stephen Mnuchin, reports the NSN.
Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Ankara will not stop the military operation in northern Syria, despite calls and even threats from other countries, including the United States. “We are receiving threats from both the right and the left to stop this operation,” he said.
The head of Turkey added that he appealed to Donald Trump and representatives of other countries with a request to stop US military support for Kurdish forces, but no one did. Erdogan noted that Turkey will not back down now.
“We use our rights arising from international law, we came here to cleanse [this territory] from terror,” the head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry explained.
He also recalled that the YPGs have “powerful and heavy” American weapons, as reported by the Turkish military and intelligence services.Turkey deliberately fired at the US military in Syria
On Thursday, October 10, five European countries that are members of the UN Security Council called on Ankara to stop the operation in northeastern Syria, indicating that this approach will not solve Turkey’s security problems.
This was after closed consultations in the UN Security Council on the situation in the north of Syria, said the Deputy Permanent Representative of Germany to the UN, Jurgen Schulz. He spoke on behalf of Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Poland and France, which also supported the statement of Estonia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a telephone conversation with Erdogan, called on Turkish partners to carefully weigh the situation so as not to harm the overall efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis.

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