YPG entrance into Raqqa a threat against Turkey’s security: deputy PM
The entrance of the Syrian pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG) into Raqqa, northern Syria, is a threat against Turkey’s security and stability, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said.

 Expressing Ankara’s worry over the presence of the PYG forces in the Syrian cities of Manbij and Raqqa, Kurtulmus said Turkey is ready to conduct military operation in the cities.

“Turkey will take part in the possible operation to liberate the cities only after there is an agreement between Ankara and the international (anti-IS) coalition,” he added.

Raqqa is the center of the terrorist group of Daesh in Syria. If the city falls into the control of another terrorist group like the YPG, then the situation will be a threat against Turkey’s security and stability, the official further added.

Reporter’s Code: 50101

News Code: 15289  |  Date: 2017/02/14  |  Time: 12 : 1

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