Turkey will move with U.S. in Syria's Manbij, says foreign minister

By REUTERS
April 27, 2018 17:37
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ANKARA - Turkey will take steps together with the United States in Syria's Manbij region, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday, following his meeting with new US Secretary State Mike Pompeo in Brussels.

Cavusoglu made the comment to Turkish broadcasters after meeting with Pompeo, who went straight to NATO headquarters on Friday, barely 12 hours after being sworn into his job.

Cavusoglu also said there was no French presence in Manbij and added Turkey could evaluate "good offers" for Patriot missiles or other air defense systems from allies.

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