In a surprise declaration, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Monday each of Russian Federation and the United States to withdraw their forces from Syria.
Days after President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation and Donald Trump of US said there was "no military solution" to the Syria's long-running conflict, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has told both leaders to pull their troops out of the country.
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Moscow has deployed military force in Syria to support the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, while Turkey has backed elements within the armed Syrian opposition.
Erdogan said Kurdish forces continued to occupy the town, despite repeated Turkish requests to the USA that they should be transferred across the Euphrates river.
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Speaking after a closed meeting in Sochi, Putin said the Astana framework created necessary conditions for United Nations intervention to protect Syrian refugees and that Russian Federation would continue to work with Turkey to help resolve the crisis.
He said that Syrian refugees who migrated from northern Syrian province of Aleppo are in a hard situation in Idlib, while the presence of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party, which Ankara regards as a terror group, in Afrin is posing a threat to Turkey.
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"While talk of an absence of a military solution continues, people are still being killed in various means", Erdogan said.