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Monday, October 20, 2014

Kurdish fighters would be allowed into Syria

Kobani city
Kurdish fighters would be allowed into Syria

Mevlut Cavusoglu Mevlut says Turkey does not want to see Kobani fell.
Turkey will allow Kurdish fighters crossed the border of Syria to confront the militant groups that call themselves Islamic State in Kobani.
The Foreign Minister of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu, adding talks on the matter are stillcontinuing but gave no further details.
Tens of thousands of people displaced from Kobani for several months later because of a fight between the forces of the Islamic State and Kurds in Syria who defended the city.
During this Turkey refused to allow Kurdish fighters from his country crossed the border into Syria.
The Ankara Government during the decades of conflict with the PKK, which they refer to as the Organization terrorism.
The PKK fought for greater autonomy in Turkey and has a connection with a Kurdishfighters retain Kobani.
But Turkey got pressure from the Kurds on its territory and demanded that let warriorstravel to the militants to help oust Kobani NI.
And permissions will be given Turkey's surprising policy changes, such as the BBC'Scorrespondent reported, Mark Lowen, from Istanbul.
"Turkey does not want to see Kobani fall," stated Cavusoglu.

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