sexta-feira, 10 de outubro de 2014

EIIL: USA refuse to create the buffer zone between Syria and Turkey

The United States of America are considering implementing a buffer zone between Syria and Turkey, denying that the Government's claims of Recep Tayip Erdogan,

The desire to Ankara came after fighters from the Group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant have advanced on the Kurdish town of Kobani in Syria, close to the border that separates the two countries.

According to spokesman for the u.s. State Department, Jen Psaki, the United States are not "thinking about implementing a buffer zone. We are happy to hear our partners, because we talk to them and discuss a variety of options that they are put into practice. The Turkey felt this threat, the threat of EIIL, as much or more than most countries around the world, and surely must have their own concerns focused and that's one of the reasons for which they perform an essential role here. That's what we're discussing. "

Since mid-September that Kobani has been the target of attacks by the EIIL. This Wednesday, warplanes, the coalition led by the United States, bombed the positions of extremists, forcing them to retreat.

More than 200 thousand people have already crossed the border into Turkey in search of shelter.

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