Turkey's foreign ministry has summoned a senior U.S. diplomat to express Ankara's "discomfort" over Washington's support for Syrian Kurdish fighters, state media reported. "We have exerted so many efforts and we can not waste them".
Though the province is nominally part of a "de-escalation zone" established after negotiations between Turkey, Iran and Russian Federation previous year, there has been little respite for residents.
"They thought the base was secure, but now it seems it is vulnerable", he said. "This merely emphasizes the need for stepping up political settlement efforts", the spokesperson said.
"France condemns the intense bombardments carried out by the Bashar al-Assad regime's air force and its allies in the Idlib region in recent days, particularly those targeting the civilian population and several hospitals", France's foreign ministry said in a statement.
Moscow Admits Drones Attacked Hmeimim, Tartus Bases
"This was not a super sophisticated attack", Gorenburg said, adding that the rebels could have easily launched and targeted the bases themselves.
The foreign ministry told Russia's Ambassador to Ankara Alexei Yerkhov that the violations must end until the "Syrian National Dialogue Congress" is held on January 29.
A previous attempt in November to convene talks in Sochi failed due to disagreements between the prospective participants.
Turkey has repeatedly criticised Washington over its support for the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units militia, which Ankara views as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party. "We have said we will not be in any environment. where the YPG is present", said Cavusoglu.
Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused Syrian government forces of attacking moderate opposition fighters under the guise of fighting extremists and said the move threatened peace talks scheduled in Russian Federation later this month.
The increased military intervention by Russian Federation against the Syrian rebel groups contradicted the country's previous announcement that it would withdraw from Syria, some experts charge.
Core Inflation Accelerates As Shelter Costs Jump
The cost of medical care increased 0.3%, with prices for prescription medication surging 1.0% after rising 0.6% in November. The producer price index for final demand edged down by 0.1% in December after climbing by 0.4% in November.
Weather to blame for power outage at CES in Las Vegas
In the meantime, feel free to point out all of the applicable metaphors to the current state of the electronics industry. In a hilarious twist, the event lost power for nearly two hours, leading to some areas getting closed.
Young Sutherland Springs shooting survivor going home
It's wonderful to be in a small town and we love our children". "Unfortunately his wife and two girls were actually gone". Ryland Ward spent two months in the hospital since the November 5 shooting at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs.
India's Infosys profits soar after TCS slide
We had 8 per cent year-on-year growth and 24.3 per cent operating margin with $593 million of free cash flow". Revenues are expected to grow 2.1%-3.1% in INR terms based on the exchange rates as of December 31, 2017.
Louisiana tried to woo auto plant with $500M in incentives
In Montgomery, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama produced 328,400 cars and SUVs during 2017, along with 620,159 engines. Starting in 2021, Toyota will be building its Corolla there, while Mazda will produce a new crossover, yet to be named.
Vivo Launches First In - Screen Fingerprint Scanner
For all the phone enthusiasts out there, the best and the most exciting news is that this technology exists, and it works. It is just a bit slower than what you might be used to from a traditional fingerprint scanner , but not much slower.