Special forces of the Turkish gendarmerie conducts another military operation in the south of the country


Special forces of the Turkish gendarmerie conduct a military operation in the south of the country. According to recent reports, special forces are involved in the large city of Adana (population about 1,8 million people).


Turkish law enforcers say the operation is counter-terrorism.

From a message on Turkish TV:

During a special operation against terrorists of the so-called Kurdistan Workers' Party, 7 of its representatives were neutralized.

Other reports stated that so far we are talking about 7 detainees, whom the Turkish gendarmerie is checking for involvement in the activities of the PKK in Turkey.

Recall that a few days ago, a military operation was launched in the south-east of Turkey - in the places of compact residence of ethnic Kurds. For its implementation, additional forces of the police special forces of over 800 people are involved.

Against this background, the Turkish opposition sharply speaks out about the actions of the country's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It is noted that the operation in Idlib has already led to negative consequences for Turkey: a new flow of refugees and the deaths of dozens of Turkish military personnel.

Do not forget that Turkish troops are also involved in operations against Kurdish armed forces in northern Syria.
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  1. Thrall 5 March 2020 08: 44 New
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    As they say, do not spit in the well ...
    Or, as our Old Man said:
    - Just picked up the eggs, as soon as the milk disappeared!
    smile
    1. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 08: 55 New
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      Meanwhile, a mass brawl in the Mejlislaughing. The Turks’ preparations for negotiations in the Kremlin are going well, Erdogan spoke about how he sees the situation in Syria, after which a wild flyer started with everyone, chairs were flying, dust was swirling: https://mobile.twitter.com/Biz10TV/status/ 1235217734465728513
      Still, they picked up xxxlovirus, and this crap is more dangerous than coronavirus and death coppers are very likely. Atatürk pride-order inverted (s)
      The conclusion is simple: not everyone liked what Erdogan was up to. If he says this to Putin in a tone that is at least a little close to the ultimatum, he will have a big problem on returning home. It’s good that I’m not in his place. He’s finished, either political or physical. Whom svidomity choose as brothers, that God deprives the mind.
      WHEN THE RUSSIANS ARE SILENT - THE OTHER PANIC.
      1. Thrall 5 March 2020 08: 58 New
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        It is believed that Erdogan is going to Moscow to seek political asylum in case of a coup
        1. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 09: 07 New
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          I heard something like that ... It’s not the best option for us, we don’t know how to use fugitives, Yanyk is buried like the second Kyrgyz, even Azarov, even recently from Snowden is of little use. Plus, in Turkey, many projects are tied up, and there they may come to power, inadequate mattresses
          1. Sergej1972 5 March 2020 10: 10 New
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            We have the first Kyrgyz, Akayev. He works at Moscow State University, academician. The second in Belarus.
            1. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 10: 16 New
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              True, a little mistake). By the way, Belarus is my small Motherland, a mother in the Mogilev region.
    2. Honest Citizen 5 March 2020 08: 56 New
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      In general, I have a double attitude to the news.
      On the one hand, I am not a supporter of any terrorist acts. Therefore, I fully and fully support any anti-terrorist operations.
      On the other hand. Turks towards Kurds feel such “love” that I strongly doubt the true justice of such operations.
      1. bessmertniy 5 March 2020 09: 16 New
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        It seems that this operation is preventive - so to speak, to prevent the possible activation of Kurds in Turkey itself amid the fact that Erdogan is now sweeping Syrian and Iraqi Kurds.
  2. Mytholog 5 March 2020 08: 47 New
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    Syria, Libya, plus Kurds in the rear. Add a fair amount of "refugees" (not all of them are really peaceful people). To the same boiler, there’s a pick with Europe. Yes, plus the opposition with its antics.
    You know, after all, Erdogan has already driven himself to the very edge. Not the fact that this time get out.
    1. Sayan 5 March 2020 09: 04 New
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      Quote: Mytholog
      Syria, Libya, plus Kurds in the rear. Add a fair amount of "refugees" (not all of them are really peaceful people). To the same boiler, there’s a pick with Europe. Yes, plus the opposition with its antics.
      You know, after all, Erdogan has already driven himself to the very edge. Not the fact that this time get out.

      It seems that Putin, who does not like to drive a rat into a corner, will leave some kind of loophole for this momentum. I agree with the rest.
      1. Mytholog 5 March 2020 09: 09 New
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        Quote: Sayan
        It seems that Putin, who does not like to drive a rat into a corner, will leave some kind of loophole for this momentum.

        This turnover (a convenient definition, yes) against the background of the Turkish opposition still looks very adequate. It seems that this is the question.
      2. protoss 5 March 2020 09: 32 New
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        Putin, in my opinion, just loves to drive himself into a corner. then the south stream, then the north, then Yukos 50 yards, then give 3 yards to the brow, which will have to be rescued in a few days.
        maybe this is masochism?
    2. bessmertniy 5 March 2020 09: 16 New
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      I wonder if Erdogan has a mother-in-law. wassat It would be nice to connect her to the negotiation process.
  3. Private-K 5 March 2020 09: 09 New
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    In today's world, it is harmful to fluid testosterone in all directions. wassat
    Even the United States overruled the gendarmes and bend all. And here is Turkey, which is not even an empire, but only a nation-state climbing into the rails all over the eastern Mediterranean.
    Ottoman imperial revenge-seekers forget that the Ottoman Empire was built on a non-national basis and at least under the banner of Islam, but relatively moderate. And then, all kinds of Arabs and Berbers were against it. Only the military power of the Ports could crush almost everything. And today's Turkey is built on the basis of specific Freemasonry with nationalism as a unifying solution. And although Turkey is the most developed country in the region and clearly stronger than any Arab-Berber, it is still not enough. Yes, and humanistic times - you can’t just take and cut out those who disagree even in tens of thousands, but in hundreds of thousands.
    Turkey will tear. Kurdistan, Syria, Libya, against Greece, the Cyprus problem, insiders fronts against the Russian Federation ... Turkey must turn into a military camp (which were the Ottomans) in order to achieve its neo-imperial goals.
  4. Vladimir61 5 March 2020 09: 32 New
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    Do not forget that Turkish troops are also involved in operations against Kurdish armed forces in northern Syria.
    Plus, also in Libya! Somewhere, but it should break off! But just to whom and a chip?
  5. rotmistr60 5 March 2020 10: 49 New
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    Erdogan has few problems in his country, so he didn’t decide to amuse ambitious plans and in Syria, having waved not only at the Syrian army, but also Russia and pro-Iranian formations. The mighty sultan, but from permissiveness is stupid.