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Erdogan and the Trump: a call to Twitter threat

After his threat was on the phone with US President, Trump with his Turkish counterpart Erdogan. In the conversation, the two heads of state also discussed the creation of a security zone in Syria.

According to its threat to the address of Turkey dealing with the Kurds in Syria, US President, Donald Trump was on the phone with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In the interview, Trump stressed, according to the White house, the United States, it is important that "Turkey has treated the Kurds and other Syrian democratic forces are bad".

Erdogan's office said, however, that Turkey would fight the YPG, the PKK and the IS still, because they were a threat to national security. The office of the President informed, but, you have to advise on the establishment of a security zone without the militias in Northern Syria. The two heads of state have underlined the need for a Plan for the future of the border town of Manbij. Also, you have talked about the further cooperation against the Background of the begun withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.

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