Istanbul (dpa) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants to continue his country's military offensive against the Kurdish militia YPG in northern Syria. Turkey is currently receiving "right and left threats," Erdogan said in an evening speech in Istanbul. But you will not stop the mission. The "terrorists" would be pushed back 32 kilometers south of the border. So Erdogan referred to the establishment of a so-called security zone. He refers to the Kurdish militia YPG as "terrorists".
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