Monday, May 25, 2015

Turkey agreed on u.s. air support for the rebels of Syria

Turkey agreed on u.s. air support for the rebels of Syria | Istanbul (Reuters)-the United States and Turkey have agreed to substantially give air support to the forces of opposition to Syria, said the Foreign Minister of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu, which when established will mark an expansion of u.s. involvement in the war.

There has been no response from U.S. officials concerned that statement, even though Washington's restraint in carrying out the "safe zone" for Syria, because the rebels can be seen as a declaration of war against Syria.

Turkey agreed on u.s. air support for the rebels of Syria Support the rebel forces will protect Syria, which U.S.-led forces are trained on regions of Turkey, Turkey's Foreign Minister said. The long overdue plans intended to send 15,000 troops back to Syria to fight NIIS/ISIS.

Cavusoglu not detailing the significance of the deal or the kind of air power provided and by whom.

"They have to be supported by air. If you do not protect them or provide air support, then what's the point? "said Cavusoglu, as written in the pro-government newspaper, Turkey's Daily Sabah, during her visit to Seoul.

"There is an agreement of principle on the provision of air support. How it will be provided is the responsibility of the military, "he said.

The U.S.-led program delayed amid speculation the media about differences of opinion between the two NATO allies were.

Turkey has said that all aid programs should be part of a comprehensive strategy encompassing the efforts of resistance against the forces of a staunch supporter of Syria's President, Bashar al-Assad.

Washington retained oposisinya to Assad, but said that the purpose of the exercise program to defeat militant NIIS/ISIS.

Cavusoglu stressed that while efforts to do battle with the NIIS/ISIS become a priority, then "the ruling regime also had to be stopped".

He also dismissed the media speculation concerning the deal Turkey and Saudi Arabia in a joint operation in Syria.

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