US Defense Minister Mattis announced that the Syrian extension of the terrorist organization PKK will be made to aid YPG equipment. Mattis responded to the question of whether aid would be a weapon or not.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis announced that the terrorist organization PKK will provide some 'equipment' to YPG extension to Syria after the operation to clear US Rakka from terrorist organization DEAŞ. Mattis refused to give a clear answer by giving the answer to the question of whether or not the help to the YPG would be a 'weapon' and saying 'we will do what we can do' ...
US Defense Minister Mattis also talked about Turkey's assurances that the terrorist organization PKK's Syrian extension YPG weapons will be taken back after the operation against the de facto capital Rasha of the terrorist organization DEAS has been completed. Mattis stated that this depends on where or when the next task will be.
Mattis gave the answer, "We will see," in the wake of the possible victory of a Rakka, and the extent to which the terrorist organization YPG will be armed. Mattis said that taking Rakka would not mean the end of the war against DEAŞ.
SENDED LETTER TO LIGHT
In a letter sent to Turkish counterpart, Fikri Işık last week, US Defense Secretary James Mattis stated that the US will regularly share the list of materials that YPG supplies with Turkey every month.
In addition to this, it was recorded in the letter that weapons and equipment that were recorded visually when DEAŞ was defeated would be taken back