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UHHHH sada me ti podseti kako je nekada veliki vodja , nalazio naftu na poljima pozarevca ..SAA kod Abu Kamala u iznenadnom problemu.
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Смерч!zanimljivo , nego dal neko mozda i zna , sta je ono sakriveno tj pokriveno kod kamiona crvene boje koji SLEPA , KOMPLET KAMION A IMA POKRIVKU.
e fala za informacije , duduk sam za prepoznavanje oruzja.Смерч!
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...није страшно, али има пуно колона у познатом правцу
Nista od toga. Turci sire svoje granice. Ovako ce gurati i na Balkanu. Mic po micЈанко шта је ово, Турци су се уплашили могуће интервенције одважних бригада Сиријске Арапске Армије. Одмах се жале Русима.
The Turkish leader, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said in a phone call with Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, that Damascus would face consequences if it struck a deal with the Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) and said the Afrin operation would continue, CNN Turk reported.
Turkey launched a military campaign in Afrin last month, in an effort to drive out Kurdish militias. The enclave is under the control of the Democratic Union party (PYD) and the YPG, partners of the US-backed coalition against Islamic State.
But Turkey considers the YPG the Syrian wing of the Kurdistan Workers’ party (PKK), a designated terror group that has fought a decades-long insurgency against the Turkish state. A US announcement that it would build a 30,000-strong border force to patrol Syria’s frontiers that included the YPG alarmed Ankara and led to the military campaign, dubbed “Operation Olive Branch” by the Turkish government.
“Now, will the regime enter there? If they do, what for? That is important,” said the Turkish foreign minister, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu. “If [the] regime enters to clear out the PKK [and] YPG then there is no problem. If they are entering [Afrin] to provide protection to the YPG, then no one can stop Turkey or Turkish soldiers.”
Zelenih ima na tone.Рачунају да ће брзо потрошити "зелене", а онда они морају да крваре гyзицe...а Балкан далеко, далеко...црна рупа.
Imaju izbor. Turke ili uvaženog Bašara.Ako u narednih 7 dana ne dogovore sa Damaskom, Afrinska enklava ce biti deo tuzne kurdske istorije
Гледе тога... Турска би могла да гради насеља (макар и само својим новцем) од Африна до Еуфрата, да би тамо населила сиријске избеглице који би хтели назад у Сирију.Kao sto se i ocekivalo svaki sledeci predlog SAA ( CITAJ PUTINA ) Kurdima u Afrinu bice losiji za njih od prethodnog .
Uslovi za ulazak SAA u Afrin :
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I da ne bi bilo izlisnih pitanja oko toga kako ce Turska regovati :
CAVUSOGLU: IF SYRIA REGIME ENTERS AFRIN TO CLEAR PKK, NO PROB .
Kao sto sam pisao ranije .....
Turcima ovakav rasplet odgovara - jer umesto naoruzanih Kurda sa velikim ambicijama da prave probleme dobijaju na granici mnogo pozeljnije ,,komsije ,, .
Зна ли неко:na rt.com
stoji ova obavest , da su se kurdi dogovorili sa Asadom
Pro-government Syrian forces are expected to enter Afrin enclave “within hours,” local media report. Earlier, an adviser to the Kurdish administration said a deal has been reached to allow Syrian forces into the embattled area.
Syria’s pro-government popular forces will enter Afrin“within hours” to support the locals “in facing the aggression” from Turkey, SANA state news agency reported on Monday, citing its correspondent in Aleppo. Syrian broadcaster al-Ikhbariya TV, also citing own reporter, said that Assad-loyal forces will arrive in the area shortly.
The reports follow the claim by the Kurdish official that the deal was reached between Damascus and the Kurdish People Protection Units (YPG) fighters. The negotiations were reportedly aimed at getting help from the Syrian government to repel the ongoing Turkish offensive on the Kurdish-held enclave of Afrin.
On Sunday Reuters citied Badran Jia Kurd, an adviser to the Kurdish self-government, as saying that the military assistance agreement had been reached. Jia Kurd noted that the deal, which could see Syrian forces enter Afrin within two days, will be limited exclusively to immediate military support.
Kurds dance during a protest against the Turkish attacks on Afrin in Qamishli, Syria January 30, 2018 © Rodi SaidKurds wanted Syrian army to enter Afrin, but deal failed – sources
“When it comes to the political and administrative matters in the region, it will be agreed upon with Damascus in the later stages through direct negotiations and discussions,” he said. Officially, Damascus has not spoken out on the possible agreement, and the YPG’s spokesman confirmed only that a request had been made for Syrian forces to protect Afrin.
Even if a deal came into force it would still rest on shaky foundations, Jia Kurd admitted. He said it was hard to predict how long the deal would hold, since it does not sit well with either side.
“We don’t know to what extent these understandings will last because there are sides that are not satisfied and want to make (them) fail,” he said without elaborating.
It comes just a few days after media reports indicated there were negotiations between Kurdish militias and the Syrian government, which had stalled. The Syrian government reportedly withdrew from the talks after Kurds refused to lay down their weapons in return for military assistance, an RT Arabic correspondent reported on Thursday, citing a military source. Several other networks, including Arab TV network Al Mayadeen and Sputnik, ran reports based on their own sources saying that the deal had been secured, without providing any details of the conditions.
Speculation about a more active role for Damascus in the Afrin confrontation arose back in January, when the Kurdish self-administration urged Damascus to protect Syrian sovereignty by sending troops to Afrin. Last Monday, YPG commander Sipan Hamo said that he would have “no problem” with the Syrian Army intervening in the conflict to drive away the Turkish forces.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Ankara, Turkey, February 16, 2018 © Cem OzdelTillerson in Ankara pledges limited weapon supplies to SDF, says Manbij ‘priority’ in Syria
Turkey, which has been carrying out Operation Olive Branch in Afrin since January 20, insists that the offensive is solely aimed at wiping out terrorists, denying allegations that it has targeted civilians.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also vowed to return the enclave to its “original owner” after it is “liberated” from YPG.
The offensive will allow some 500,000 displaced Syrians to return to their homes in Afrin, Turkey’s first lady Emine Erdogan said on Friday, claiming that “the aim of this operation is to ensure safety in the region.”
President Erdogan has repeatedly indicated he would like to expand the operation further and move into Manbij, where US forces supporting the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are stationed; this has raised fears of a potential clash between the two NATO allies. At a recent meeting in Ankara, US Secretary Rex Tillerson and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu agreed that the bilateral relations were at “a crisis point,” calling the situation around Manbij a “priority” that needed to be addressed urgently. Turkey also touted the idea of a joint US and Turkey deployment in the area, on condition that the US guarantees a prompt withdrawal of the Kurdish YPG forces.
Ово је већ застарело.Рачунају да ће брзо потрошити "зелене", а онда они морају да крваре гyзицe...а Балкан далеко, далеко...црна рупа.
Грк окачио своје мишљење.
ЈНА на папиру је исто важила за јаку али јачина војске без континуиране праксе је упитна.Ово је већ застарело.
Грци (по професији) већ изјавили да би хтели до Дунава.
Иначе, стварно, нисам ни помишљао да је турска војска овако млитава.
Мислио сам да су се одавно очеличили на практичној настави око Дијарбекира.