The US and Turkey agreed the terms of Turkish military aircrafts taking part in the air strikes against the IS fighters, as part of the coalition states.
The Pentagon representative Peter Cook claimed that the Turkish aircrafts would take to action in a few days.
The Turkish aviation first struck the Islamites in Syria at the end of July. However, Ankara claimed that it carried them out by itself, and not as a part of the coalition headed by the US.
The international coalition headed by the US has kept striking various sites of Iraq and Syria since the beginning of the year, which they consider to belong to the IS.
However, the tensions on the border of Turkey and Syria were intensified, while the US weapons fell into the hands of terrorists instead the Iraqi army.
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