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United States and Russia Ask Turkey to Stop AirStrikes on Syrian Kurds and Iraq

The United States called on Turkey not to act on any military that disrupts the situation in Syria and Iraq.

A State Department Spokesperson made the admission amid growing retaliatory strikes by Turkiye and Kurdish militias as far away as syria.

Separately, Russia called on Turkiye to exercise excessive military capability in Syria to keep the chaos from growing.

The comment came after Turkiye explained that the Syrian Kurdish YPG killed 2 people in a mortar attack from northern Syria on Monday (11/21/2022).

It was to retaliate for Turkish air operations at the end of the week and Turkey retaliated against the onslaught of deadly bombs in Istanbul one week earlier.

A child and a teacher died and 6 people were injured when mortar bombs hit a bank area in Gaziantep Province, Turkiye.

Troops carrying Turkiye weapons responded with jets again hitting targets in Syria, a senior security official said.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan explained the operation was not limited to air campaigns and the possibility of including ground forces.

Turkiye has already carried out several major military operations challenging YPG and ISIS militants in northern Syria in recent years.

The State Department spokesman explained that Washington had expressed its deepest sorrow to Ankara about the impact of the escalation in the direction of fighting ISIS.

"We have put pressure on Turkiye to fight such an operation, just as we have pressured our Syrian partners to resist onslaught or escalation," he continued.

The United States is already allied with the YPG-held Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the fight against ISIS in Syria.

Until, resulting in a deep split with NATO's ally, Turkiye.

Initially, Turkish fighter jets damaged 89 targets in Syria and Iraq on Sunday (11/20/2022).

The operation targeted the banned Kurdistan Employees Party (PKK) and the YPG, which Ankara said was the PKK wing.

The defense ministry explained that 184 guerrillas died in the operation on Sunday (11/20/2022) and Monday (11/21/2022).

Turkiye described his weekend operation as retaliation for a bomb attack on a street walking Istanbul that killed 6 people last week.

The ruling faction blamed Kurdish militants.

The PKK and SDF opposed participating in the bombings.

An SDF spokesman explained that Turkey's weekend attack damaged several grain warehouses, power plants and hospitals, killing 11 civilians, an SDF fighter said.

The PKK smoothed the resistance to the Turkish state in 1984 and more than 40,000 people died in the dispute.

The PKK has been declared a terrorist organization by Turkiye, the United States and the European Union. (*)

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