ARAB NEWS: ANKARA: Two Turkish police officers were injured and killed in a missile strike on Azaz, northern Syria by the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units on Sunday. All eyes now turn to Ankara to determine if it will conduct a ground operation in this region.
to rules of engagement, Turkish security forces also retaliated against five mortar shells that were fired from an area controlled Kurdish militia and landed in Turkey’s southeastern Gaziantep Province on Monday. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Turkey promised late Monday that Turkey would immediately take the necessary steps to secure Syria, signaling a new operation in support of the Kurdish militia. “We are running out of patience. He stated that Turkey was determined to eliminate threats from northern Syria either with the active forces or by its own means during a press conference. Ankara regards both the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (Syrian Democratic Forces) and the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (Syrian Democratic Forces) as offshoots from the Kurdistan Workers’ Part, which seeks autonomy in Turkey for the Kurdish minorities and has been carrying out attacks against the Turkish government since 1984. The vast majority of northeastern Syria remains under the control and supervision of the Syrian Democratic Forces. Their main component is the Kurdish People’s Protection Units. Two Turkish soldiers were killed in an attack on Syria’s Idlib De-escalation Zone, which is the latest stronghold of opposition forces in Syria, last month. Many parts of the region are home to around 4 million people and are patrolled by Russian-Turkish troops. Talks between Russia and Turkey did not produce a positive outcome in September. Turkey sent more troops and tanks to Idlib to reinforce its presence against Russian air raids and regime attacks on Syria. After meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Erdogan stated that Turkey is committed to the March 2020 ceasefire and to “clearing extreme elements .””. He said that Turkey expects its partners to do so and contribute to de-escalation. Turkey committed to Russia that it would combat militancy and eliminate Al-Qaeda-linked militant group Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham in Idlib. It also promised to reopen the M4, which is a crucial link between Aleppo, Latakia, and to continue its support for Russia. Russia asserts that these promises have not been fulfilled. Professor Emre Ersen of Marmara University in Istanbul is an expert on Turkey and Russia relations. He stated that the attacks showed that the leaders could not reach a final agreement on Syria at their last meeting in Sochi. He stated that it was unlikely that the terrorist attacks would significantly alter the regional status quo, as Turkey has increased its military presence in Idlib over the past few months. This is why Russia won’t risk direct confrontation with Turkish forces to maintain the delicate military balance of Syria. Ersen says that there is no better option for Moscow and Ankara than to try to keep the fragile Sochi deal they signed in March 2020 via Idlib. He said that Russia would most likely try to exploit the rift between NATO allies at a time when Turkey is having significant problems with the US and ensure that the Syrian question does not create a major crisis in Turkish–Russian relations. Since 2016, Turkey has launched three operations across the border in Syria to drive the Kurdish militias and Daesh threat away from its borders. Navvar Saban is a conflict analyst at Omran Center for Strategic Studies and a nonresident researcher from ORSAM in Ankara. He believes that Russia’s latest attack on Syrian-controlled areas in Syria sends a strong message. These areas, from which the attacks were conducted, are largely controlled by Russians. They somehow allow SDF launch any type of offensive. Turkey retaliated after Turkish soldiers were attacked by the YPG (Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units), and, interestingly, Russia responded by striking an empty area. He told Arab News that this was a diplomatic message. Saban says that this latest episode shows Russia’s willingness for the Turkish side of the equation to communicate with Moscow rather than launch any attack on Kurdish-held areas. He said that “They want to demonstrate their leverage in this region and although they can stop these attacks on Turkish-controlled zones but they don’t because they want Ankara to remind them to go through its Russian counterparts prior to launching any operations in the area.” Levent Kemal, a Middle East political commentator and analyst, doesn’t expect a Turkish ground operation in the Tal Rifaat area. Russia places great importance on its military strength in Syria’s Aleppo region. The Tal Rifat region is considered to be the leading example of such a depth. He said that if Turkey insisted on an operation to Tal Rifaat being launched, it would likely have to offer Russia something substantial in return.” Arab News. Tal Rifaat has been at center of Turkish-Russian talks for a while. The region is also well-known as a key logistical hub for Kurdish militias, and attacks against Turkish troops are mainly conducted from this region.
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