Information was confirmed that the SDS did not leave the 30-km zone in northern Syria

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Information was confirmed that the SDS did not leave the 30-km zone in northern Syria

The information of official Ankara finds that the so-called “Syrian” democratic forces “supported” by the USA have not left (and are not going to leave) the 30-kilometer zone in the north of the SAR.

On the resources controlled by the Kurdish armed groups, it is reported that representatives of the SDS attacked an armored car in the area of ​​the village of Ain Issa. After that, Kurdish armed groups entered the village of Al-Aridia and reportedly carried out a “mopping-up” operation.



According to the ANHA resource, the “pro-Turkish fighters” were in the car destroyed by the SDS. We are talking about representatives of the so-called Syrian Free Army (SSA) supported by Turkey. The Kurds said they had eliminated the “8 pro-Turkish militants” in the Gyri Spi area, and it was added that this was a “response to the rocket and mortar attack in the village of Kyzyli” in northern Syria.

Against this background, the same information portal reports on a statement made by representatives of Arab villages in the Kamyshly region. Arab elders allegedly stated literally the following:
We will not tolerate a new Ottoman occupation under the pretext of forming a security territory. Turkish army wants to change the ethnic composition of the north of Syria, strikes civilians, including banned weapons.


What kind of "prohibited weapon" is used by the Turkish armed forces is not reported at the moment.

Recall that earlier Ankara accused Washington of an unrestrained promise to withdraw the SDS, YPG / PYD from the 30-km zone at the Turkish borders. I would like to recall the last time Washington fulfilled these “verbally” promises.
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    1. +2
      November 20, 2019
      The information of official Ankara finds that the so-called “Syrian” democratic forces “supported” by the USA have not left (and are not going to leave) the 30-kilometer zone in the north of the SAR.

      Is anyone surprised by this fact?
      1. +4
        November 20, 2019
        It's time for our columns to form on "Chechnya-2" - with the cover of heavy equipment, artillery and aviation. Otherwise, expect trouble. All the bells are bad.
    2. 0
      November 20, 2019
      Neither Turks nor Assad need them. There the whole country lives like that. What is the argument about?
      1. +5
        November 20, 2019
        As for me, if you live in a country, then you must honor its laws and orders Yes
        1. GRF
          0
          November 21, 2019
          Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
          As for me, if you live in a country, then you must honor its laws and orders Yes

          in the 90s, many laws were rewritten under the dictation of import friendly advisers. in particular, if a contract is concluded with a foreigner, then the terms of the contract (guess who wrote it?) will be fulfilled with him, and not the laws of the country (yes, against the flagrant facts of open robbery, the constitutional court ruled that we would limit overseas Wishlist, and non-drunk? before ... for laws remain unchanged in this regard)

          honor the laws - yes, but whose?
          And if even the majority of citizens are against it? (for example, taking away a pension payment * 5 * 12 from everyone (or you don’t mind, and are ready to offer it from above) for those who still haven’t really decided where to put them?)
          well, should honor, but if someone does not honor? (hde reading a referendum against the collapse of the ussr? il an unaccountable american military in japan, iraq ...?)

          as for me, if you are a citizen, then you must approve the laws and monitor their implementation, well, if you are the boss in your country, and if you are a guest, then of course you only have to honor and respect the laws and orders (no matter which) of the country of residence. ..

          and why does it appear those that
          for other members of their laws to cut their heads ...
    3. +3
      November 20, 2019
      SAR, SDS, SSA who is not there, they probably themselves do not know to whom they belong, or rather who their master is.
      1. +2
        November 20, 2019
        So they hang out and rename that the host themselves are already confused.
      2. +3
        November 20, 2019
        Most likely not a landlord, but a tenant. winked As they said about the spirits, "you can't buy an Afghan, but you can hire". These seem to be from the same humanoids. As long as there are tenants, they will pull God by the beard. And here or tenants to the nail, or hirelings in the dust, or both at the same timehi
    4. +1
      November 20, 2019
      Recall that earlier Ankara accused Washington of an unrestrained promise to withdraw the SDS, YPG / PYD from the 30-km zone at the Turkish borders. I would like to recall the last time Washington fulfilled these “verbally” promises.


      In the Sultan fell out ...
      1. +6
        November 20, 2019
        Quote: cniza
        Recall that earlier Ankara accused Washington of an unrestrained promise to withdraw the SDS, YPG / PYD from the 30-km zone at the Turkish borders. I would like to recall the last time Washington fulfilled these “verbally” promises.


        In the Sultan fell out ...

        Well Duc angry winked
        1. +2
          November 20, 2019
          Quickly, but he tried to breathe on us not evenly. lol
    5. +1
      November 20, 2019
      At one time, Hafez al-Assad sheltered refugees from Turkey, mainly Kurds. He even granted Syrian citizenship and allowed residence.
      Now "thanks" has come.
      1. 0
        November 20, 2019
        Many of them did not have citizenship even under the Bashar
      2. 0
        November 21, 2019
        He executed the decision of the CPSU Central Committee, then it was beneficial to the USSR. Then the Union collapsed. Russia has betrayed all whom it could betray))) The Kurds have found new sponsors and will narrow them down while they are paid. If they stop paying, they will go look for a new owner. They have such a mentality
    6. 0
      November 20, 2019
      In general, Erdogan said that neither the United States nor Russia kept their word. The United States asked for time to withdraw, they were given, the Russians said we ourselves would go in there with an assad, and we would take them away and didn’t. It remains to remove your military police from there and continue the operation
      1. 0
        November 20, 2019
        Information was confirmed that the SDS did not leave the 30-km zone in northern Syria

        Kurdish formations, which are part of the armed coalition of the Forces of Democratic Syria (SDS), have completely left the security zone created by Ankara in northern Syria. This was announced this Tuesday by US Vice President Michael Pence, speaking in Washington.
        Rubbing glasses on the Congress out of ignorance. Or a "sent Cossack"? recourse You can’t figure it out without a glass. And the Kurds and Germans periodically began to substitute each other and the Turks ... I don’t know whether it is to Russia's advantage or to the detriment
      2. 0
        November 21, 2019
        Apparently, Erdogan is not aware that his militants do not observe the ceasefire and are breaking into some settlements within the 30 km zone, where the SAA is already present. Naturally, there will be no withdrawal from such "hot spots". Otherwise, Russia has fulfilled all agreements.
    7. -4
      November 20, 2019
      Well, if so, then the Turks rightly accuse the RF Ministry of Defense of unfulfilled obligations. Then the Turks have a good reason to continue the military operation
      1. +3
        November 20, 2019
        Quote: Adimius38
        Well, if so, then the Turks rightly accuse the RF Ministry of Defense of unfulfilled obligations. Then the Turks have a good reason to continue the military operation

        The Turks also did not fulfill their obligations on Idlib, so there they all have claims against each other, which will almost certainly be settled by "offsetting", i.e. The Turks will showcase a couple of Kurdish villages, and the Russian Aerospace Forces and the SAA will showcase the Idlib bearded Lyuli, after which everyone will again "agree" with everyone. The main problem is that among all the "guarantors" of the agreements reached, there is one absolutely irresponsible and incapable of negotiation "guarantor", this is the United States, whose efforts violate all agreements.
    8. 0
      November 20, 2019
      Wedding in Robin pin $$$$ to the Kurds THIS IS YOU, THIS AGAIN IS YOU, THIS IS ALL THE TIME FOR YOU
    9. +2
      November 20, 2019
      Russia and the United States did not keep their word. Turkey not from the ceiling said about the failure to fulfill promises.
      And against this background, Russia is transferring additional forces to the north of Syria.
      There is 2 point or this is the strengthening of the group in order to put pressure on the Kurds or to negotiate with Turkey that they say the Kurds will be pushed aside.
    10. +1
      November 20, 2019
      [quote] [I would like to recall the last time Washington fulfilled these "verbally" promises / quote]
      I would like to remember when they fulfilled their "written" promises.
    11. -1
      November 21, 2019
      [/ quote] Information was confirmed that the SDS did not leave the 30-km zone in northern Syria [quote]

      What does it mean to be confirmed? And we about this type and do not know, right?))
      I’m wondering how sideways our officer holds the flag of the female wing of YPJ ???
    12. -2
      November 21, 2019
      And the Turks, meanwhile, occupied almost 2.5% of the Syrian, possibly already in quotation marks, territory.

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