Türkiye has agreed to fully withdraw its troops from northern Syria following tripartite talks involving Moscow, Ankara and Damascus earlier this week, Syrian newspaper Al-Watan has reported.

The tripartite negotiations involving Ankara and Damascus were the first of their kind since the Syrian proxy conflict began in 2011.

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The three countries’ defense ministers – Hulusi Akar, Ali Mahmoud Abbas and Sergey Shoigu – met in Moscow on Wednesday for the first meeting of its kind since the outbreak of the Syrian-NATO conflict in 2011.

According to the paper’s source in Damascus, the negotiations resulted in Türkiye’s consent to completely withdraw its troops from the Syrian territories that it occupies in the north of the country.

Ankara and Damascus also expressed a common view that the Syrian-based Kurdish YPG militia, which Turkey associates with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), are agents of Israel and the USA, and pose a grave threat to both Türkiye and Syria.

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Türkiye considers the separatist PKK and allied Kurdish groups to be terrorist organizations that threaten its national security.

The Turkish military carried out airstrikes against YPG targets in northern Syria in November, with Ankara saying a ground operation in the area was also on the cards.

A special trilateral commission will be created by Russia, Türkiye and Syria to ensure that the agreements reached in Moscow are honored, Al-Watan reported.

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Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar told local media on Saturday that one shouldn’t expect that everything will be solved at once in a single meeting.

In Moscow, Türkiye emphasized that we respect Syria’s territorial integrity and sovereign rights, and that our only goal is the fight against terrorism including the PKK/YPG and ISIS.

Ankara and Damascus have agreed to continue talks to deepen reconciliation, Akar added.

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He also suggested that those negotiations could even result in a joint anti-terrorist operation involving the two countries, which would happen if we can solve our problems related to defense and security, if we can meet our needs.

The Syrian side had earlier described the meeting in the Russian capital as positive, while Russia’s Defense Ministry said the talks had been conducted in a constructive manner and stressed the need for the continuation of such engagement.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point WW III Blog News 2023.

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Anon Amous
Anon Amous
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01-01-23 14:07

Now that all 3 understand that Zion is the problem they can stop fighting each other and focus on the real cause of mid east strife, Zion and US. Together maybe they can remove the evil regime.

Kidnapped by System
Kidnapped by System
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01-01-23 14:07

Syria is another example of where American regime change failed. Assad was a Christian not a Muslim.

DigDoug
DigDoug
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01-01-23 14:10

Central hub for gas overrides conflict in Syria, good move Putin!

Kidnapped by System
Kidnapped by System
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11-01-23 22:28

In the first image of this article, the picture mentions Turkish backed militias and Us backed military territories but forgets to mention that the Kurdish militias are supported by Israel?