He warned that while Turkey had no intention of harming the troops of its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies deployed in Syria, he would not allow their presence to serve as protection for "terrorists".
He was commenting on the French president's statement that Paris could act as a mediator between Ankara and PYD militants in Syria, the Turkish media reported March 30.
Earlier this month, Turkey captured Afrin in northern Syria, after a two-month offensive against the YPG, a Syrian Kurdish militia that the Turkish government views as an extension of the PKK. If that was not possible Turkey would prevent them itself, the council added. Previous year it compared the German and Dutch authorities to Nazis for restricting pro-Erdogan demonstrations during a campaign for a referendum to give him greater powers.
The remarks posted on his official Twitter account also warned that those supporting terrorism "will become a target of Turkey" and that he hoped that France would not take "such an irrational step." .
"The cooperation will be reinforced", she said.
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Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said the French stance was setting Paris on a collision course with Ankara. But the US denies the connections between the PKK and the YPG and considers the YPG to be a key ally in the ongoing campaign against the Islamic State terror group in the region.
Mr Macron's offer came after he met a delegation of Syrian and Arab fighters in Paris on Thursday. Macron, criticized in France for not doing enough to support the Kurds against Turkey's incursion into Syria, offered to mediate the Turkey-Kurdish dispute and even dispatch French troops to stabilize the region.
According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkey's borders and the region as well as to protect Syrians from terrorist oppression and cruelty. Ankara, meanwhile, has said it expects its allies to move their troops out of the way of a Turkish advance.
"Turks are letting us, the PKK is the ones not giving the permit". Such speculation was fueled by President Donald Trump somewhat surprisingly declaring on Thursday that American forces will be "coming out of Syria like very soon". The Pentagon then said the US troops returned fire but there were no casualties on either side.
"Our work and coordination (with the coalition) is continuing", Gabriel told Reuters in a written message.
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As if Macron's expression of support was not already enough to enrage Turkey, Kurdish representative Khaled Eissa bluntly stated after the meeting that Macron was ready to send in French commandos to fight the Turks.
"We have no need for mediation", Erdogan said.
Macron said he hoped this could be set up with help from Paris and the global community.
Macron's office insisted it wants to maintain dialogue with Turkey.
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