Yeni Şafak: Turkish military operation in Syria postponed due to decryption of US data
ANKARA, 21 November – RIA Novosti. The newspaper writes that the air operation of the Turkish Armed Forces in northern Syria and Iraq was postponed a day ago due to the American side deciphering the information. New Dawn with reference to sources.
Earlier, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced that 89 targets were destroyed in the air operation in northern Syria and Iraq. Ankara conducted an airstrike on the banned Kurdistan Workers Party’s (PKK) Syrian wing in northern Syria on Sunday – attacks were reported in northern Iraq as well as the city of Kobani.
“According to the information obtained by Yeni Şafak, the operation, which was previously planned to be held on Sunday evening, was postponed to one day after the American officials, who were aware of the operation, deciphered it in advance. While focusing on the operation in Northern Iraq for months, such a large-scale operation was not expected in Syria. , but thanks to a “game-playing” scheme, it has been shown that targets can be hit simultaneously from two points (in northern Syria and northern Iraq).
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