Turkey says U.S. stalling on Syria ‘safe zone’, will act alone if needed | National Post
Cavusoglu said Turkey wanted to work with the United States but was growing impatient. “Yes, there are some joint patrols but other than that, the steps that have been taken or the steps that are said to be taken are cosmetic steps,” he told reporters.
“We are seeing that the United States is entering a stalling process…and that it is trying get Turkey accustomed to this stalling process,” he said in Ankara, adding Washington’s approach has so far served the YPG more than Turkey.
“Sending 50,000 trucks of equipment and ammunition to the terrorists so far has really bothered us. Against who are these (weapons) used? Against Turkey. It is not possible for us to accept this as a strategic partner,” he said.
Syrie: Ankara interpelle encore Washington sur la zone tampon dans le Nord-Est - Moyen-Orient - RFI
L’un des objectifs de la « zone de sécurité », selon les responsables turcs, est de pouvoir y renvoyer une partie des 3,6 millions de réfugiés syriens installés sur leur territoire.