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Bolton Says Turkey Must Not Attack Kurdish Fighters Once U.S. Leaves Syria

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According to Reuters, White House national security adviser John Bolton added a new condition on Sunday to the U.S. withdrawal from Syria, saying Turkey must agree to protect the United States’ Kurdish allies. On a trip to Israel and Turkey, Bolton said he would stress in talks with Turkish officials, including President Tayyip Erdogan, that Kurdish forces must be protected. Bolton, who will travel to Turkey on Monday, said the United States would talk to Ankara to find out what its objectives and capabilities were.

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