BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 P.M.) – The Turkish regime allegedly said on Friday that the Syrian Kurds “don’t have the right” to seek assistance from the Syrian government forces, the AFP News Agency reported.

The Turkish regime made this alleged statement shortly after the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and Syrian Arab Army (SAA) reached an agreement to transfer control of Manbij to the government.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has already accused the Syrian Arab Army of running a “psychological operation” in Manbij, despite the Russian presence inside the city and its countryside.

Turkey considers the Syrian Democratic Forces and People’s Protection Units (YPG) to be terrorist groups that must be removed from Syria.

 

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Long Live Syria
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Looks like a stalemate situation for the Turks now. With SAA, Russians entering Manbij and with the SDF withdrawing and giving the city to SAA the wind is taken out of the Turki. No wonder the Turks are seeing RED and look so annoyed.

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@Long Live Syria, looks like the Sultan lost part of his future realm. No wonder he says SDF/YPG have no right to give his lands away. LOL

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erdolf should better know his place – and know when he’s done in; but that guy has always been a bad loser anyway.

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@Blücher, the Sultan is sore he sees his future Sultanate getting smaller.

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If only his sultanate ended with a modernised Sèvres treaty 😉

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@Daeshbags-Sux, if Macron pulls it through?

No Spanish flue this time?

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Poor Sultan, the Syrians stole a part of the Turkish Misak-ı Millî sworn area of Your future neo-Ottoman Sultanate under the tips of Your fingers.

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[email protected] Sultan: Why don’t You go to cry at the Tomb of Suleyman Shah?