Τετάρτη, 7 Αυγούστου 2019

ΔΕΝ ΕΧΩ ΤΟ ΤΕΛΙΚΟ ΚΕΙΜΕΝΟΤΗΣ ΣΥΜΦΩΝΙΑΣ/ΟΜΩΣ ΕΧΩ ΕΠΙΒΕΒΑΙΩΣΗ ΑΠΟ ΑΜΕΡΙΚΑΝΟΥΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥΡΚΙΚΟ ΥΠΟΥΡΓΕΙΟ ΑΜΥΝΑΣ/ΤΑ ΒΡΗΚΑΝΕ ΣΤΗΝ ΒΑ ΣΥΡΙΑ,.



ΣΥΜΦΩΝΗΣΑΝ ΓΙΑ ΕΛΕΓΧΟΜΕΝΗ ΑΠΟ ΤΟΥΡΚΟΥΣ ΖΩΝΗ. ΚΑΤΑΣΤΡΟΦΗ ΚΟΥΡΔΙΚΩΝ ΒΑΣΕΩΝ-ΤΟΥΝΕΛ .ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΗ ΟΠΛΩΝ ΚΑ.
ΟΣΟ ΒΑΘΟΣ ΖΗΤΗΣΑΝ ΟΙ ΤΟΥΡΚΟΙ ΣΤΗΝ ΒΑ ΣΥΡΙΑ,ΟΙ ΗΠΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΤΟ ΔΙΝΟΥΝ.ΑΠΟ 30-40ΧΛΜ
ΥΠΑΡΧΕΙ ΕΠΙΒΕΒΑΙΩΣΗ ΑΠΟ ΓΡΑΦΕΙΟ ΧΟΥΛΟΥΣΙ ΑΚΑΡ.ΕΙΧΑ ΕΠΙΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΑ ΜΕ ΑΓΚΥΡΑ ΚΑΙ ΒΑΣΗ Λ ΟΥΝΤΕΙΝΤ-ΚΑΤΑΡ.
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ΔΗΜΙΟΥΡΓΕΙΤΑΙ ΣΥΝΤΟΝΙΣΤΙΚΟ ΔΙΜΕΡΕΣ ΚΕΝΤΡΟ . ΣΕ ΤΟΥΡΚΙΚΟ ΕΔΑΦΟΣ.
ΟΙ ΑΠΕΙΛΕΣ ΤΗΣ ΤΟΥΡΚΙΑΣ ΓΙΑ ΤΡΙΤΗ ΕΙΣΒΟΛΗ ΦΑΙΝΕΤΑΙ ΑΠΕΔΩΣΑΝ.
ΣΕ ΠΟΛΛΗ ΔΥΣΚΟΛΗ ΘΕΣΗ ΟΙ ΚΟΥΡΔΟΙ.
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 ΕΙΜΑΙ ΣΕ ΕΠΙΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΑ ΜΕ ΑΓΚΥΡΑ ΚΑΙ ΗΠΑ, ΓΙΑ ΝΑ ΔΩ ΤΙ ΤΕΛΙΚΑ ΘΑ ΙΣΧΥΣΕΙ....ΣΕ ΕΚΒΙΑΣΜΟΥΣ ΟΙ ΤΟΥΡΚΟΙ ΕΙΝΑΙ....ΟΙ ΤΟΥΡΚΟΙ ΛΕΝΕ ΓΙΑ ΔΙΑΔΡΟΜΟ ΕΙΡΗΝΗΣ.
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Turkish, US officials agree on Syria safe-zone
Safe-zone controlled by Turkey to serve as 'peace corridor' for displaced Syrians, purged of PKK

Turkish and U.S. military officials have agreed that the safe-zone in northern Syria will be a "peace corridor" for displaced Syrians longing to return home, the Turkish National Defense Ministry said Wednesday.

The officials finalized key points of the safe-zone at a meeting in Ankara, the ministry said in a statement.

The 30- to 40-kilometers (18- to 25-miles) wide safe-zone will be controlled by Turkey in coordination with the U.S.

The PKK/YPG terrorists inside the safe-zone will be cleared and forced to surrender heavy weapons in their possession, the ministry added.

Also, all tunnels, positions and fortifications built by the PKK/YPG inside the safe-zone will be destroyed.

"During the talks, the immediate implementation of measures to address Turkey's security concern was discussed in detail," the ministry said.

"In that respect, as the first step in the establishment of a safe-zone, it was planned that a Joint Operations Center in Turkey will be established soon for coordination and control with the U.S.," the ministry added.

Turkey, US agree on Syria safe zone, plan to set joint op center



The talks between Turkish and U.S. officials on the establishment of a safe-zone in Syria have finished on Wednesday, as both sides agreed to establish a Joint Operations Center to provide joint management, the Defense Ministry said in a statement.

The ministry said that the operations center would provide coordination with the U.S. administration and would be based in Turkey.

Meanwhile, officials from both countries agreed to take "all additional measures" to ensure the return of displaced Syrians, the statement read.

The U.S. Embassy in Turkey also released a statement, saying that they have agreed to the rapid implementation of initial measures to address Turkey's security concerns and that the safe zone shall become a peace corridor.

Earlier on Wednesday, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said that the talks with the U.S. delegation have been positive and constructive.

Turkey has completed its safe zone plans, including the deployment of military units, Akar said, adding that they have told U.S. officials that Turkey would prefer to act together.

"We observed that our counterparts are getting closer to Turkish views in the talks," Akar said.

Turkish and U.S. military officials are holding a meeting in the Turkish capital to discuss the establishment of a safe zone in northern Syria.

Turkey expects the creation of a 32-kilometer (20-mile) safe zone in northern Syria and has stressed that it wants the People's Protection Units (YPG) terror group cleared in the region.

The YPG is the Syrian offshoot of terror group PKK, which has been responsible for the deaths of nearly 40,000 people in Turkey, including many women, children and infants, for more than 30 years.

Ankara and Washington have yet to hammer an agreement on the safe zone. Turkey's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said Friday that Ankara has "limited" patience.

If efforts to find common ground with the U.S. prove unsuccessful, Ankara would have to create a safe zone in Syria on its own, said Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Friday.