Erdogan rejects US decisions to impose sanctions on Iran and claims to prevent the entry of 70 thousand people from entering his country
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed that Turkey has arrested 2 thousand people linked to the organization of “Da’ash” and deported 7 thousand outside the borders of his country and prevent the entry of 70 thousand of the country, Erdogan said he would not accept joint patrols between Syria’s democratic forces and the International Alliance
Erdogan, in a speech to the Turkish president in front of the deputies of the Justice and Development Party in parliament, that Turkey has arrested two thousand people linked to Badash, and deported 7,000 people outside their borders, without mentioning where they were deported, and noted that prevented the entry of 70 thousand of his country.
Turkey has moved thousands of people from all parts of the world through its borders and borders to Syria. After tightening the siege on them in Syria and liberating Syria’s democratic forces and the international coalition forces, the regions have gained control. Turkey has opened the border for them to return to Europe and still allows them to move to and from Turkey, .
Erdogan said it was “impossible to accept” joint patrols between the United States and the People’s Protection Units in Syria, therefore “serious negative repercussions” on our borders, as he put it.
The International Coalition forces and the Syrian Democratic Forces are conducting joint patrols in the border areas to deter Turkey from launching new attacks on the territory of Roj Ava Kurdistan.
The General Command of the US Central Command, Colonel Sean Ryan, said that the Syrian Democratic Forces and the coalition forces are conducting joint patrols to stop the actions of “malicious players” in the region, referring to Turkey.
Earlier this month, the United States confirmed that Turkey was still allowing Da’ash to cross its borders and that 100 Da’ash entered Syria every month via Turkey.
In another context, Erdogan challenged America and stressed that Turkey would not abide by US sanctions on Washington.
Erdogan said: “We do not see sanctions on Iran right because we consider them sanctions aimed at undermining the balance of the world.
“Sanctions against Iran are contrary to international law and diplomacy and we do not want to live in an imperialist world,” he said.