Syrian army will deploy on the Turkish border in agreement with Kurdish-led forces

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) — The Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria said on Sunday the Syrian army would deploy along the border with Turkey in agreement with the administration to help repel a Turkish attack.

The deployment would support the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in tackling “this aggression and the liberation of territory entered by the Turkish army and mercenaries,” she said, referring to Turkey-backed Syrian opposition forces.

This would also allow the liberation of other Syrian cities occupied by the Turkish army, such as Afrin, the statement said.


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