Abdi Welcomes Egypt, Saudi Arabia Stances Regarding Turkish Threats

Abdi renewed his call to go forward with a political solution for the Syrian crisis, according to North Press.

The Commander in Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Mazloum Abdi welcomed the stances of Egypt and Saudi Arabia on Saturday, which rejected any threats of launching a military operation into Syria.

On Thursday, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of both Saudi Arabia and Egypt stressed their rejection of threats to launch military offensives that harm Syrian lands and intimidate the Syrian people in reference to recent Turkish threats of doing so.

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Abdi said in a tweet, “We welcome the stances of Egypt and Saudi Arabia … in which both countries rejected any military threats to the Syrian territories.”

Abdi renewed his call to go forward with a political solution for the Syrian crisis.

Turkey has recently threatened to launch a cross-border military operation against the SDF following a bombing in Istanbul which killed six people. Turkey accused the SDF of standing behind the explosion, but the latter denied involvement.

 

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