ankara - Turkey complains that the Syrian Kurdish militia fighters YPG its still not withdrawn behind the Euphrates River, as it has promised. Turkish troops last week northern Syria invaded and their local allies have been able to dislodge the YPG from the area of the border town Jarablus, said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Friday.
The YPG has previously stated to have already cleared the western or right bank of the Euphrates. The United States, the patron of the Kurdish armed group, confirmed that almost all YPG fighters have withdrawn.
Turkey wants the advance of YPG in the border halt.
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