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Erdogan sees no Problems at Kobani after Syrian Installation, welcomes U.S. withdrawal

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday he doesn’t believe any issues will emerge in Syria’s Kobani following a Syrian military deployment is implemented across the boundary, including that Russia’s Vladimir Putin had revealed a”positive attitude.”

Earlier on Monday, Syrian military troops entered the city of Tel Tamer in northeastern Syria, according to state press, after Damascus reached an arrangement with all the Kurdish-led forces from the area to deploy in the region to cancel an attack by Turkey.

Talking to reporters before traveling to Azerbaijan,” Erdogan said Turkey would apply its strategies for the northern Syrian city of Manbij and repay Arabs there. Besides, he stated a U.S. movement to draw some 1,000 troops out of northern Syria was a positive measure.