The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan along with US counterpart Donald Trump contended the formation of a “security zone” in the northern area of Syria as the tensions generated the fate of Kurdish fighters in the war-torn country. The Turkish Presidential authorities told that the leaders talked about the concept of the creation procedure of forming a security zone which will assist to diminish the north of the country, in a telephonic conversation.

The US President ensured in a tweeter post later, but mentioned the proposed area as a “safe zone”.

This came after Turkey took an oath it will not be frightened by the threats of Trump on the issues of financial devastation if Ankara attacked the Kurdish forces as US troops have been withdrawn from Syria.

Trump alerted the US would  “ devastate Turkey financially if they hit Kurds”. Ankara has frequently given threatening to continue a cross-border venture against the Protection Units of the Kurdish People which was involved with much familiarity with the United States in the War on ISIS terrorists.

US provide the support for the YPG has been a major resource of scraping between the allies of NATO. The White House claimed in a statement that the US President has alerted Erdogan against maltreating the Kurdish military units.

The White House representative Sarah Sanders told, “The president expressed the desire to work together to address Turkey’s security concerns in northeast Syria while stressing the importance to the United States that Turkey does not mistreat the Kurds and other Syrian democratic forces with whom we have fought to defeat ISIS”.

 

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