A spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Mustafa Bali, told RT, today, Saturday, that Turkey is not expected to carry out operations at the present time, relying on the American and Russian agreement with Ankara.
“We are counting on the Russian and American agreements with Turkey, and we do not expect Turkish operations at the present time,” Bali said in a joint press conference with Miles Cakins, spokesman for the international coalition against “ISIS”.
In turn, Cackins emphasized that “the United States and the international coalition are not part of the recent oil agreements with American private companies.”
The “SANA” agency reported yesterday that the Turkish forces had brought a convoy of military vehicles and trucks loaded with weapons to Ras Al-Ain in preparation for launching an aggression against the city of Darbasiyah and the town of Abu Rasin in the countryside of Hasaka.
The agency quoted sources as saying that the Turkish convoy that entered from the Ras al-Ain border gate headed to the villages of Bab al-Khair and al-Dawudiyah, amid news of the Turkish forces ’intention to“ launch an aggression against the city of Darbasiyah and Abu Rasin district ”in the northern countryside of Hasaka.