Turkey stands for the creation of a buffer zone 10 depth kilometers in Syria, including the city of Azaz. This zone should be free from armed clashes. We are not lovers of military adventures, but we need to ensure our national security.
It is strange that Mr. Aghdogan did not call for the creation of a buffer zone at a time when the territory of northern Syria was fully controlled by the militants supplied from Turkey and transporting the oil stolen from Syria to Turkey. Why is it necessary to create a buffer zone in Syria, and not in Turkey itself? .. It is even more strange to hear the words that Turkey is “not a fan of military adventures,” if only because it is the Turkish artillery that continues to fire Kurdish self-defense units for a day that liberate northern Syria from militants linked to Dzhebhat an-Nusroy.
Recall that earlier the Kurds living in the north of Syria, stated that the Turkish military unilaterally transfer the border infrastructure into the territory of the SAR.