Source Pravda.Ru

Turkey provokes: shelling and punitive operations

The Turkish army deployed several large military units in the region of the Syrian city Ayn al-Arab. The city is a stronghold of the Kurdish opposition. For the time being 6 or 7 tanks and several self-propelled guns are deployed there. Local residents say that when terrorists came to the city of Kobani, they tried to find shelter in Turkey, but automobiles of peaceful residents were shelled bu the ISIS and Turkish military.

Ankara openly shows aggression deploying tank and mechanized brigades just near the Syrian border. Jarabulus is the utmost northern point of the Kurdish defence. The natural border is the Euphrates River. The bridge is controlled by the Turkish military, while everything behind it - by the ISIS fighters. This week houses of peaceful residents were shelled by the Turkish tanks.

At the same time, the Kurdish militia managed to win back the city of Tel Abyad on the border with Turkey.

Sergey Ryabkov, deputy Head of the Russian Foreign Ministry, believes that such acts of Turkey may undermine reached armistice agreements.

The 'Syrian calm' may turn out to be just a harbinger of a storm, but not the end of the military actions, Alastair Crooke, former member of the British intelligence MI6 claimed.

Pravda.Ru


 

Comments
Putin makes first comment on Trump's Jerusalem decision
Elon Musk sells old ideas to NASA under the guise of unprecedented innovations
Russian general says allegations of his involvement in MH17 crash are stupid
Europeans say what puzzles them in Russia most
Putin makes first comment on Trump's Jerusalem decision
Putin makes first comment on Trump's Jerusalem decision
USA looking for reason to see nuclear weapons in action
Why did Donald Trump recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel?
Putin makes first comment on Trump's Jerusalem decision
Russia works on MiG-41 doomsday fighter jet
Russia works on MiG-41 doomsday fighter jet
Russia works on MiG-41 doomsday fighter jet
Mikhail Saakashvili's bumpy ride in politics: From chewing his tie to climbing on rooftop
Mikhail Saakashvili's bumpy ride in politics: From chewing his tie to climbing on rooftop
European Court of Human Rights: Promoting filth and insolence
European Court of Human Rights: Promoting filth and insolence
Russian athletes announce their decision about 2018 Winter Olympic Games
Turkish President Erdogan issues ultimatum to Washington and Brussels
Gorbachev names reason behind crisis in US-Russian relations
Putin makes first comment on Trump's Jerusalem decision
Human Rights Day: Let us hang our heads in shame