Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan revealed that the fight against ISIS will be led by Turkey.
Turkey will fight against ISIS after the United States decided to pull out their troops, as revealed by President Erdogan. Earlier, the US President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of 2,000 troops from the war against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. However, critics are showing their concerns over Trump’s American policy in the Middle East.
For Turkey, the progression evacuates a wellspring of contact with the United States. Erdogan has since quite a while ago reprimanded his NATO partner over its help for Syrian Kurdish YPG contenders against Islamic State. Turkey considers the YPG a fear based oppressor gathering and a branch of the furnished Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), battling for Kurdish independence over the verge on Turkish soil.
In a discourse in Istanbul, Erdogan said Turkey would assemble to battle staying Islamic State powers in Syria and incidentally postpone plans to assault Kurdish warriors in the upper east of Syria, shifts both hastened by the American choice to pull back.
The US step is not welcomed by its different partners. Both France and Germany cautioned that the US change obviously gambled harming the battle against Islamic State, the activists who seized huge swathes of Iraq and Syria in 2014-15.