terrorism democracy is in a grave danger in Syria’s Idlib. So, Turkey is hurrying up to protect it.
On January 31, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey could launch a military operation into Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib if the situation in the region is not resolved immediately and ‘ceasefire violations’ do not stop.
In other words, Ankra demands the Syrian Army to halt a military operation against al-Qaeda-linked groups in the region because these al-Qaeada groups are deeply linked to Turkish proxies operating there.
“We will do what is necessary when someone is threatening our soil. We will have no choice but to resort to the same path again if the situation in Idlib is not returned to normal quickly,” Erdogan said arguing that Turkey wants stability and security in Syria.
“We will not refrain from doing what is necessary, including using military force,” he said.
Erdogan said that Turkey could not handle a fresh influx of migrants that are reportedly fleeing clashes in the Idlib region.
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