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TO TIGHTEN THE EMBARGO 14. 10. 2019.   >>  18:10 0

TO TIGHTEN THE EMBARGO

EU member states unanimously "condemn" Turkish military operation in Syria

The leaders of all 28 member states of the European Union endorsed a statement on Monday "condemning" Turkey's military assault on Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, warning that it will seriously undermine the stability of the region, cause extensive civilian suffering and potentially lead to the resurgence of ISIS.

The leaders of France and Germany sharply criticized Turkey’s escalating offensive against Kurdish positions in Syria on Sunday, called for a halt, and warned of painful consequences for Turkey and for their own security as the United States accelerated its pullout from Syria.

French President Emmanuel Macron met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Paris and then convened an emergency meeting of his security advisers Sunday evening. 

The conflagration held direct and immediate risks for Europe, some of whose citizens had been held inside prison camps for alleged Islamic State fighters and their families. Those camps had been guarded by Kurdish fighting groups now under attack by Turkey.

France, Germany, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands and others halted arms exports to Turkey in response to the escalating conflict, and European Union foreign ministers planned to discuss a further response Monday at a previously scheduled meeting in Luxembourg.

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