US is preparing to send ammunition to Turkey and jihadists in Idlib, Greece said

ATHENS, (BM) – The US supports Turkey and is preparing to send ammunition to Turkish forces in Indlib, thus supporting jihadists, learned citing Greek news agency Pentapostagma.

The US-Turkey-Syria-Russia conflict is coming to a head, and the coming months are expected to be decisive for the Syrian crisis and for the wider region.

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The United States is ready to provide ammunition along with humanitarian aid to Turkey, which operates in the Syrian province of Intlib, according to US Special Representative for the James Jeffrey area, Pentapostagma notes.

“Turkey is an ally in NATO. Much of its armed forces uses American equipment. We will make sure that this equipment is ready and can be used,” Jeffrey told reporters.

US Ambassador to Turkey David Sutherfield also said in a statement to reporters that Washington is considering Ankara’s request for anti-aircraft defense systems.

State Department spokesman Morgan Orteigues also said the United States would send $ 108m in humanitarian aid to the Syrian people.

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The spokesman added that the United States expressly supports UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ recommendation to open another border crossing between Syria and Turkey to Tal Abyad for the delivery of relief and medicines.


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