the President of Donald Trump's surprise announcement to withdraw all of the 2,000 soldiers from Syria created concerns among the kurdish troops, with the support of the US been fighting in Syria.
the withdrawal, which have been pulled from to be done ”urgently” to be ”orderly”, Turkey was to see an opportunity to so to against the YPG forces, which it considers as ”terrorists”.
the united states describes the kurdish troops as crucial in driving away the member IS from large parts of northern Syria.
But after a phone call between president Erdogan and president of the Trump in January, shot the Turkey an offensive against the YPG-controlled town Prisoners in the future in anticipation that the united states would come up with plans for a safe zone for the kurds.
Erdogan that such a proposal has not yet materialized, at least not in a form that Turkey can accept, writes Aljazeera.
"We are, of course, contractual agreements but our patience is not infinite," said Erdogan during a meeting in parliament.
Donald Trump has threatened to ”crush Turkey economically” if the country attacking the YPG soldiers.