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Before the fighting of the Syrians with the Turks, there is only one step left

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Kurdish forces began to leave the northern part of the city of Aleppo, and transferred it to Syrian troops. YPG detachments advanced in the direction of the canton of Afrin to assist their comrades in the fight against the Turkish invader.


At the same time, an adjacent convoy, consisting of Kurds, Syrian militia and fighters of the government army, came under artillery fire. The blow was struck from Turkish self-propelled howitzers. As stated by the Kurds, the convoy for the most part consisted of trucks with humanitarian aid.

In general, the agreement between the Syrians and the Kurds, the existence of which was denied by both parties, apparently still exists. In addition to northern Aleppo, the Kurdish leadership intends to bring Tel Rifaat city under Damascus control. Although this message has not been confirmed, sources in the field have reported that the CAA has already begun to transfer units to the area.

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  1. svp67
    svp67 24 February 2018 10: 34
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    Well, if an agreement is reached that the Kurds do not get autonomy there and that the Syrian authorities do not give the Kurds harm Turkey, then there is a chance that Turkey will go home.
    1. Chichikov
      Chichikov 24 February 2018 11: 12
      +3
      The most acceptable solution for Syria lies precisely in the autonomy of the Kurdish enclave, but in a non-alternative option - only as part of Syria and the exclusion of extremism in relation to Turkey! Otherwise, this national sore will be eternal.
      1. svp67
        svp67 24 February 2018 11: 13
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        Quote: Chichikov
        The most acceptable solution for Syria lies precisely in the autonomy of the Kurdish enclave, but in a non-alternative version - only as part of Syria!

        Then Turkey is unlikely to leave this territory and Assad understands this.
        1. Chichikov
          Chichikov 24 February 2018 11: 30
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          Turkey is not fighting for territory, but for its security! The guarantee of Syria to prevent the Kurdish Workers Party from being placed in the enclave will fully satisfy it. This is in the interests of Syria itself - remember how, after 1967, the Palestinian PLO, having come to Jordan with refugees, actually became a state in the state and even rebelled against the king.
          It seems to me that the Russian Foreign Ministry fully understands that neither the Kurds nor Iran will ever be "eternal and grateful friends" - this "union" is temporary, but in this situation, it is necessary!
          1. SRC P-15
            SRC P-15 24 February 2018 11: 44
            +1
            Quote: Chichikov
            Turkey is not fighting for territory, but for its security! The guarantee of Syria to prevent the Kurdish Workers Party from being placed in the enclave will fully satisfy it.

            I think Turkey will only be glad if the PKK units move to Syria! After all, it is much more profitable to smash the enemy on foreign territory, and not on their own. Syrian Kurds will also not mind accepting Turkish Kurdish troops on their territory - this will only strengthen them. But for Assad, the presence of the PKK detachments in Syria is unacceptable - he does not need extra problems with the Kurds. Therefore, Syria and Turkey will agree on this issue without problems, under the patronage of Russia !.
            1. Chichikov
              Chichikov 24 February 2018 12: 02
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              This is clear! In this situation, everyone will be maneuvering. There, at any moment, one match will be able to spark a big war. The whole problem is the fragmentation of states in the Middle East and the lack of a solution to the problem of Palestinians and Kurds.
              Israel’s ignorance, with Western support, of the UN decision on Palestine, has long been said that this organization is not balanced and does not really affect global processes - a tool for those who pay more and shout louder. And the problem of the Kurds, so long ago, is hundreds of years old.
  2. mavrus
    mavrus 24 February 2018 12: 31
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    Quote: svp67
    Well, if an agreement is reached that the Kurds do not get autonomy there and that the Syrian authorities do not give the Kurds harm Turkey, then there is a chance that Turkey will go home.

    And Assad’s resignation ... Yes, there is still much to be demanded ... They didn’t then enter to leave.
  3. soldier
    soldier 24 February 2018 14: 24
    +15
    It is useful for Turkey to fight with both Kurds and Syrians
    let it not be worse
  4. steelmaker
    steelmaker 24 February 2018 17: 56
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    That's right, you have to negotiate with the Kurds!
  5. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 24 February 2018 21: 01
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    Turks want a cake, it’s just unbearable for them how to squeeze and eat a hunt. Assad is still stupid, apparently. Kurds are traders. And what the hell to do with all this? Good such a question.
  6. Nikolai Passerby
    Nikolai Passerby 24 February 2018 22: 00
    +1
    Turks need a security buffer from the Kurds along their borders. To squeeze the Kurds out to Assad, this whole military operation was launched by Turkey. And what to do with Assad later, this is Erdogan in parallel ... Glavturok intelligently uses the situation to his advantage. How will the Gypsies “thank” then Assad? Most likely, as always. They will start buzzing and demand independence ...
  7. HEATHER
    HEATHER 24 February 2018 22: 40
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    Erdogan is unlikely to withdraw troops. If this continues, he will probably just be impolite, "they will ask." There is some kind of confusion in the news. Throwing from beautiful to smart and vice versa. Are they not telling us everything?
  8. Grafova Irina
    Grafova Irina 26 February 2018 10: 41
    +1
    A mess - he is also in Africa (Asia) a mess ... And he will stop, only if he doesn’t stop poking around the corner. Or because of the party. For whatever reasons. Syria, as far as I know, does not involve any aggressive steps outside its borders. For some reason, they climb to her and climb. All these showdowns are the INTERNAL business of a sovereign country. And let her solve her own problems.