Erdogan: Turkish Army may enter Iraq’s Sinjar

Erdogan: Turkish Army may enter Iraq’s Sinjar
# 19 March 2018 15:24 (UTC +04:00)

Turkey will continue the operation in Syria’s Afrin until order and tranquility are ensured, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday, APA reported citing NTV channel.

He noted that Turkey entered Afrin after missiles were fired onto Hatay and Kilis.

“We said we could come at any time and we did. Up to now, 3,622 terrorists have been eliminated. Yesterday morning the last operation was completed. Currently, the Free Syrian Army is searching for hand-made bombs and terrorists. This process will continue until we are assured. The residents will go back to their homes in peace and this is already happening. We’re talking about a town of 500,000 people. We’re not after invasion. We’re after terrorists so as to prevent their threats to our country,” the Turkish leader said.

Erdogan also warned the Turkish Army may enter Iraq’s Sinjar province.

“We told the central government to resolve the problem. Or we may will enter Sinjar and wipe the PKK terrorists out overnight. They told us that they would give us information, but we have not received any information so far. If this process lasts long, a new Olive Branch operation can be launched,” he stressed.

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