Erdogan threatens to strike the Kurds in Syria BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that his country could hit the Syrian Kurds, backed by America to stop their progress in the town of White Hill near the Turkish border, comes in to prevent the Kurds from the declaration of autonomy step.
Erdogan stressed, according to Reuters that "Turkey will do what is necessary, including the launching further military operations to prevent the rebels Syrian Kurds allied with the United States of the Declaration of autonomy".
"This was a warning and Turkey does not need permission from one and we will do what is Dharroa", in reference to Ankara that may defy Washington's demand to avoid hitting Syrian Kurds and focus on the goals of its military operations for "Daash".
Erdogan also accused the Democratic Union Party, the implementation of "ethnic cleansing in the region and said that Western support for Syrian Kurds amount to help terrorism".
"The Democratic Union Party here committed ethnic cleansing against Arabs, Turkmen and Kurds withdrew If not pose Cantona will not be no problem, but if the way of thinking will be continued then the work that is necessary, otherwise we will face serious problems."
In the meantime, the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu revealed Tuesday that Turkish warplanes bombed twice belonging to the Democratic Union Party in Syria forces, stressing that he will not be allowed to tamper with the limits of Turkey at all.
He pointed out that "already to Ankara that the United States and Russia reported that it will not hesitate to hit the Democratic Union forces in the event of transit to the west of the Euphrates.
Ihsanoglu's remarks came against the backdrop of Saturday accused Erdogan of trying to Kurdish groups controlling northern Syria, condemning the introduction of the Syrian city of Tel white within the self-management system set up by the Kurds.
The local Kurdish Governing Council announced last week that the city of Tel White became part of the self-management system set up by the Kurds.
Syria's Kurds and established three areas of self-management north of the country, but denied any intention to create an independent state.
Participates Turkey, NATO member of the coalition led by the United States is fighting militants of the "Islamic State" in Syria but is considered the progress made by the Kurds seeking to threat to national security self-rule under the leadership of the Democratic Union Party with the fear that they may stoking separatism among Turkish Kurds.
The Turkish warplanes bombed targets of the recent People's Protection Units of the Syrian Kurds twice after braving Ankara and crossed to the west of the Euphrates River.
And the support of the air strikes, the US-led fighters captured the Democratic Union Party in the town of White Hill in June of "Daash".
This month, a local leadership council announced the town part of the system "cantons" self-management run by the Kurds.
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