US supports Turkey after deadly attacks by Syrian regime

The US on Monday raised solidarity with turkey following government strike killed more than a half dozen Turkish militants and injured several others.
The state department spokeswoman informed Anadolu agency on condition of secrecy “We stand by our NATO ally Turkey against these actions, send condolences to the Turkish government on the deaths of their people and fully support Turkey’s justified self-defense actions in response”.
Further “We are consulting with the Turkish government on this matter”.
The deathly attacks in Idlib province of Syria slaughtered seven Turkish troops and a civilian working with the army. Thirteen were injured but are fine, as per Turkish defense minister Hulusi Akar.
Akar said “Turkey struck over 50 targets in retaliation and killed 76 Syrian soldiers”.
Idlib has been a monopoly of the anti government and opposition armed groups as the outburst fo the civil war.
Throughout the warfare region, Idlib is the home to four million civilians and thousands of displaced in last several years.
In September 2018, Russia and turkey agreed to transform Idlib to a de-escalation region where acts of violence are clearly forbidden. The Syrian government and its allies, conversely, have continuously wrecked the conditions of the cease fire, inducing frequent attacks in the region and slaughtering about 1,300 civilians since the accord. The spokeswoman said “The destabilizing actions of Russia, the Iranian regime, Hezbollah and the Assad regime are hindering the establishment of a nationwide ceasefire in Syria as called for in UNSCR 2254 and the safe return of hundreds of thousands of displaced persons in northern Syria to their homes” while referring to the 2015 UN security council pledge which called for a ceasefire in Syria.
She added “The United States will do all in its power to block any reintegration of the Assad regime into the international community until it complies with all provisions of UNSCR 2254, including a nationwide ceasefire which incorporates Idlib”.–Worldwide News

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