Detection units to protect the people of the Syrian Kurdish leader, on Wednesday evening: The Turkish military deployment near areas controlled by the Kurds in the north-west Syria, up to the "level of a declaration of war", which could lead to the outbreak of clashes during the days.
According to Turkish Deputy Prime Minister, "Noman Kortolmos", saying that his country does not declare war but its forces would respond to any hostile move units to protect the Kurdish people, which he described as a small army formed by the United States.
For his part, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that his country's troops will be carried out military operations with "Free Army" on the ground if there is a threat from Kurdish forces.
He said in an interview quoted by "Reuters" that it is impossible to believe that America is able to recover heavy weapons from the Kurds in Syria, pointing out in another context, it will discuss the easing of escalation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the top twenty regions.
And it resulted in increased tensions between the two US allies in northwest Syria, to open a new front in the Syrian multilateral conflict that external forces play a major role.
Thereby dispersing the attention of the protection units of the Kurdish people for US-backed campaign and led units to wrest control of the stronghold of al-Daesh in tenderness, about 200 km.
He said the Kurdish leader told Reuters when asked if he expected a conflict with Turkey in northern Syria, where the two sides exchanged artillery fire in recent days, accused the units to protect the people of the Syrian Kurdish commander Sipan Hamo Turkey is preparing a military campaign in Aleppo and Afrin.
He said in comments sent by e-mail: These military preparations have reached the level of declaration of war may lead to the outbreak of actual clashes in the coming days ... and of course we will not stand idly by in front of this potential aggression.
Ankara works in northern Syria to contain the growing influence of the Kurdish groups that have established itself autonomous regions since the beginning of the Syrian war in 2011.
Ankara says that the protection units represent a security threat to the people and see it as an extension of the PKK, which has waged a rebellion against the Turkish state for decades.