US Vice President Mike Pens, He announced that Turkey has agreed to a five-day ceasefire in Syria.
Ο Μάικ Πενς εξήγησε ότι θα υπάρξει «παύση στις στρατιωτικές επιχειρήσεις για 120 hours "to allow the forces YPG militia syrokourdikis be withdrawn…..
All military operations are suspended, he stressed, stating that The military operation by Turkey in Syria will end completely when the withdrawal end , as pledged Turkey.
Tweet with the Obama Donald Trump spoke of "important news arising from Turkey ', after the Turkish and US officials for talks Turkish military operation in northeastern Syria.
At the same time announced that Washington will impose new sanctions against Turkey just put a ceasefire in place and to withdraw existing; sanctions imposed in Ankara when the Turkish military operation terminated.
"With the implementation of the ceasefire, the US will not impose further sanctions against Turkey, "said Pens. "The president decided to withdraw financial penalties once the business' complete added.
Mr.. Pens went on to say that the US has already begun to facilitate the safe withdrawal of Kurdish forces and the agreement on ceasefire includes predicting that Turkey will not engage in a military operation in the Syrian city Kompania.
He also said that Washington and Ankara are committed to the peaceful resolution of the issue of security zone in Syria and that Turkey and the US have jointly agreed on the common goal of crushing the Islamic State. as told, The agreement is an important contribution to US-Turkish relations.
He added that US forces are working with forces YPG militia syrokourdikis to retire in area within 32 km on Syrian territory.
Tweet with the Obama Donald Trump spoke of "important news arising from Turkey ', after the Turkish and US officials for talks Turkish military operation in northeastern Syria
The Trump thanked Erdogan, saying that "millions of lives will be saved".
almost simultaneously, Turkish official told Reuters that Turkey just got everything,what he wanted from the meeting Pens – Erdogan.
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