Istanbul, November 17. Turkey is deeply concerned about the interaction between the militants of the terrorist group "Islamic state" (banned in Russia) and the Kurdish "people's self-defense Forces" in Syria, said the Turkish foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu foreign journalists in Istanbul.
Cavusoglu noted the progress in the Syrian settlement, listing, in particular, the Astana process, the establishment of zones of de-escalation, the deployment of observers. However, according to him, serious concern is what is happening in raqqa, Deir ezzor and other parts in Eastern Syria.
"first and foremost, we have witnessed strong cooperation between is militants and Kurdish troops as "forces of national self-defense". It is an objective fact, and no one can deny," said the Minister.
Cavusoglu said that Ankara has already stated the US and other allies from the international coalition that "SNS are terrorists and are no different from the (banned in Turkey) Kurdistan workers 'party".
Previously, the Agency "bi-Bi-si" has disclosed details of a secret deal with the knowledge of the US and the UK, allowed and ammunition to leave Raqqa..
Hamim (Syria), November 17.