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He has penalties to Turkey after the cease-fire in Syria

The Us president when He looks down from the sanctions against Turkey due to the Turkish invasion of the north-east of Syria. Due to the so-called ‘ raised in the U.S. earlier this month, the importtarief for Turkish steel, up to 50 percent of the time.

In a press conference, stated He, that the cease-fire in the region on a permanent basis. The two countries have met before a cease-fire for a few days, the Turks and the Kurds agree.

“On the morning of this day, the Turkish government, my government, letting them know that it will stop the assault in Syria, which were to become permanent,” said He on Wednesday.

Earlier on Wednesday, was an American diplomat and well-known is that there has been, since the invasion of Turkey, on Wednesday of last week been at least a hundred IS militants out of Syrian jails should be released. According to the president, He would make the most of the prisoners already had been found and secured.

A small group of American soldiers will remain in the region for the U.s. oil fields in the region to be monitored. Furthermore, would He not have the troops to fight in the Middle East and so on. “Let the others fight over it, with the blood-stained sand,” said the Us president.

Russian troops are now in Syria

Wednesday-Russian forces in the Northern Syrian town of Kobani entered a joint mission with europe. The parties want the Kurdish YPG-militiairen from the north-east of Syria’s streets. The mission lasts for six days.

Turkey and Russia are doing this is to create a ‘safe zone’ to be created in the area, so that the Syrian refugees in Turkey to return to the country to be able to return home. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian president Vladimir Putin argued Tuesday afternoon an hour-long conversation about the situation in Syria.

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