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Reacting against Turkey entering Idlib as part of the operation launched in cooperation with the Free Syrian Army, Syrian Foreign Ministry has demanded that soldiers of Turkish Army immediately withdraw from İdlib.
According to Syria's official media outlet Syrian Arab News Agency's report, "Syria condemns attack of Turkish military units in Idlib that is an ugly offensive against the sovereignty and safety of our state".
Stating that Turkey entering Idlib had nothing to do with the agreement signed with the guarantor countries in Astana and demanded that the Turkish soldiers "immediately and unconditionally withdraw from Syria".
"Turkish regime is in close relationship with terrorist groups"
The authorities from the Syrian Foreign Ministry commenting on the cooperation with the Free Syrian army, stated that this "clearly shows that the Turkish regime is in close relationship with terrorist groups".
Urging international society pay more attention to "Turkish regime being in close relationship with terrorist groups", Syrian Foreign Ministry called on to take necessary steps to make Turkey refrain from supporting terrorist groups in the region [...].
Turkish Armed Forces had entered Syrian city of Idlib on October 12.
In a statement issued on website of the Turkish Armed Forces it had been underlined that the Astana process has been initiated under the guarantor countries of Turkey, Russia and Iran in order to maintain the truce regime that was announced in Syria on December 30, 2016. (EA/DG)
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