Turkey unhappy by US supports Syrian Kurds.
Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey states his country is “unhappy” with United States of providing support to Kurdish fighters of Syria who are associated with Kurdish rebels of Turkey.
Numan Kurtulmus in addition stated Thursday that Ankara anticipates that the upcoming president of U.S. will maintain her or his distance from militia and struggle to uphold good relations with NATO supporter Turkey.
Ankara visions the Kurdish militia of Syria and its political division as a Turkey’s individual banned Kurdish independence society extension.
A superior commander of central Syrian Kurdish militia states artillery and jets of Turkey are still assaulting his military north of the besieged Aleppo city, but states not above 10 fighters are dead so far.
State-oriented news agency of Turkey reported on Thursday that 200 militias were murdered in air attacks on objectives in province of Aleppo where Kurdish-directed forces have been moving forward for many days in opposition to IS militants.
Mahmoud Barkhadan, Commander of Protection Unit of People states tanks of Turkey have been shooting the Kurdish-guided forces in the region since the early hours of Wednesday. Barkhadan states jets united with the attack on Wednesday night and carried on to hit his armed forces in the region. He states early information proposes not above 10 fighters are dead and 20 injured. There was nothing regarding civilian fatalities yet.
The military of Syria is requesting residents of embattled rebel-detained districts in Aleppo city to abandon and for gunmen to surrender their arms as the pause of humanitarian publicized by Russia started.
Moscow states the 3-day break is to permit militants and civilians secure way out of the eastern regions of city “beneath a tense blockade since July and an exhausting bombing movement since middle of the September. A Beirut-oriented professional Syrian channel, transmitted on Thursday an hour subsequent to the break started from close to one of the selected ways.