Syria blames Peshmerga convoy to Kobani
The Syrian government harshly lashed out at Ankara for allowing a Peshmerga convoy to enter into Syrian northern Kurdish town of Kobani, calling it a clear violation of Syria’s integrity.

According to Anadolu news agency, Syria foreign minister blamed Ankara and called the move a clear violation of Syria’s national integrity.

A Peshmerga convoy heading to the besieged town Kobani crossed the Turkish border gate late on Friday to help assist Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD)-affiliated militants fighting Islamic State (IS).

Releasing a statement on the departure of the Kurdish forces to Kobani, Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani said the convoy has been sent to Kobani after talks with the U.S. and Turkey, expressing his hope the Peshmerga forces would “have a good cooperation with their brothers and sisters.”

Meanwhile Kurdistan Region Peshmerga ministry said it is ready to send more forces to Kobani if the forces are needed.

News Code: 8741  |  Date: 2014/11/01  |  Time: 9 : 38

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