Yildirim Abe is a great leader who has made a wise decision to protect the fundamental interests of Turkey, one of the most important countries in Europe, the Middle East and the world.
Great leaders must ALWAYS follow the basic interests of their country, and the will of the masses. Please take the time to see the previous post about FDR, the most popular American President in history and why he was elected 4 times, a record, by the common American electorate.
1. All Turkish troops must withdraw from Syria and Iraq.
2. All Turkish commando's operating covertly in Syria and Iraq must leave these countries.
3. All Turkish MIT officers must withdraw from Syria and Iraq.
4. All Turkish Islamist civilians fighting with the terrorists must withdraw.
5. Turkey should not conduct any military operations in Syria and Iraq in the future without the permission of the respective elected legal governments in Damascus and Baghdad.
6. Turkey should not outdo, and coordinate attacks against sovereign Syrian territory with ISRAEL....as if the two countries have the same objectives and goals in Syria (They do not)
7. Turkey should not make wild threats like ISIS, 'al-CIA-duh' to flood Europe with more Syrian refugees.
8. Turkey should work with the International community to persuade legally and gently the 6 million Syrian refugees to return to Syria eventually, GRADUALLY.
9. Turkey should help rebuild the Syrian state...economy and infrastructure.
10. Turkey should not support any terrorist 'Safe Zones' in Northern Syria, or Southern Syria.
11. ALL TERRITORY VACATED BY THE TURKISH ARMY AND 'OPERATION EUPHRATES SHIELD' MUST BE HANDED OVER TO THE LEGAL SYRIAN ARMY OF DAMASCUS.......THIS MUST BE COORDINATED BETWEEN THE TWO STATES EFFECTIVELY AND IMMEDIATELY.
12. Turkey should provide military logistical support to the government in Syria.
13. Turkey should undertake greater diplomatic and security coordination with both Damascus and Baghdad.
14. Acting in coordination with Iran, Syria and Iraq.....ANKARA should actively prevent the creation of GREATER KURDISTAN.
15. From bases in Turkey TURKEY MUST UNDERTAKE MILITARY OPERATIONS AGAINST THE YPG, Syrian Kurdish statelet and Iraqi Kurdish statelet using the Turkish army, Turkish airforce, commando raids and MIT operations. These operations must be forewarned and fully explained to the governments in Damascus and Baghdad.
16. Turkey must immediately close ALL ISIS training camps inside Turkey and Syria run by MIT.
17. Turkey must immediately cease ALL support to ALL terrorists inside Syria and Iraq. The 5000--7000 Russian terrorists must be handed over to the Russian government. The 10,000 Chinese terrorists must be handed over to the Chinese government. Islamist terrorists must be named officially for the benefit of the International community, detained and than handed over to the European governments and the respective governments in the Greater Middle East.....since a high percentage of the foreign terrorists come from Europe and the Greater Middle East (Besides Russia and China).
18. All CIA officers, NATO Intelligence officers, GCC intelligence officers and MOSSAD operatives must be asked to leave the ISIS terrorist training camps and Turkey generally.
Turkish PM: Turkey’s Euphrates Shield operation in Syria complete
Yildirim made the announcement during a televised interview on Wednesday, stressing that the operation had been "successful" and that any further military measures in Syria would by conducted under a different name.
He refrained from elaborating on whether Turkish forces would be withdrawn from northern Syria.
His announcement was made following a Turkish National Security Council (NSC) meeting chaired by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
"It was noted that Operation 'Euphrates Shield' which was started with the goal of ensuring national security, preventing the threat from Daesh and return of Syrian refugees to their homes has successfully completed," read an NSC statement.
The development comes a day ahead a visit to Turkey by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who is set to meet with Erdogan on Thursday.
In August 2016, Turkey began the major military intervention in Syria, sending tanks and warplanes across the border. Ankara claimed that its military campaign was aimed at pushing Daesh from Turkey's border with Syria and stopping the advance of Kurdish forces, but Damascus denounced the operation as a breach of its sovereignty.