NATO worried about effects of Turkey's Syria offensive on fight against Islamic State
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 NATO is concerned about the consequences of Turkey's military operation in northeastern Syria on the fight against Islamic State, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday.
Jens Stoltenberg has voiced his "deep concern" about the consequences of Turkey's military offensive in northern Syria. The NATO Secretary General is in London on Tuesday for a meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson in which the actions of NATO member Turkey were discussed. Report by Jonesia. Like...
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