Turkey's President Erdogan warned on the 1st that he would conduct a military operation against neighboring Syria to wipe out the Kurdish armed groups designated as terrorist organizations.
Turkey has been reluctant to join the NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization of both countries, saying that Sweden and Finland in Northern Europe are supporting Kurdish armed groups, but it seems that they have restrained it again.
Turkey has been considering military operations in neighboring northern Syria, saying it is to protect itself from the threat of Kurdish armed groups designated as terrorist organizations.
President Erdogan said at a parliamentary group meeting of the Turkish ruling party on the 1st that he would "clean up terrorists" and warned that he would carry out a military operation against Syria.
He mentioned two towns in northern Syria, but did not say when the operation would begin.
"We will see who supports and interferes with our legitimate security actions," Erdogan said.
Turkey has been reluctant to join NATO in Scandinavia, saying that Sweden and Finland are supporting Kurdish armed groups, but President Erdogan's remarks once again restrained both countries and NATO members. It seems that.Keywords: