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    Why a senior US general said on Turkey 's air strikes?

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    Post by rocky Wed 03 May 2017, 3:56 am

    Why a senior US general said on Turkey 's air strikes?

    Twilight News / US official said on Tuesday, Gen. Curtis Skaparota, commander of US forces in Europe expressed concern over Turkish air strikes in Syria and Iraq during last week's meeting with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish army, General Hulusi Acar.

    A spokesman for the US European Command, told Reuters that Skaparota told General Acar on Friday that the air strikes were not adequately coordinated with the United States and its allies in the framework of their battle against al Daesh.

    The US military officials said last week that Turkey notified the alliance that the US-led air strikes in less than an hour before it began, a period is not sufficient to ensure the safety of coalition forces on the ground.

    Captain Danny Hernandez, "I tell you that General Skaparota expressed concern about the air strikes carried out by Turkey recently in northern Syria and northern Iraq without adequate coordination with the United States and the coalition. I will not give more details to maintain the confidentiality of the discussions."

    Hernández said Turkey remains a strategic ally of the United States and an important partner in the fight against extremist organizations.

    A spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry said that the partners knew the date of air strikes through military and diplomatic channels.

    Russia also criticized the Turkish air strikes, which said it violated the basic principles of relations between governments.

    Air strikes are part of the widening of the Turkish campaign against groups connected to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which began an armed campaign by more than three decades against Turkey for the establishment of autonomy for the Kurds are also fighting in Syria and Iraq.

    A statement by the Turkish army said Turkish planes bombed on Tuesday of last week, targets in the Kurdish region of Sinjar in Iraq and northeastern Syria, killing about 70 militants.

    The targeted air strikes in Syria units to protect the Kurdish people, one of the main factions in Syria democratic forces backed by the United States, which is closing in on the stronghold of al-Raqqa province Daesh in Syria.

    Said Mark Toner, spokesman for the US State Department after the strikes that Washington has expressed its concern to the Government of Turkey and said it "did not take place with the consent of the coalition and led to the loss of oscillate allied forces" in the war against Daesh.

    The Turkish military said the Turkish warplanes bombed the time targets for armed Kurds in northern Iraq in the next day, killing six fighters.

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