Turkey launched a military offensive on 20 January to uproot the YPG from Afrin in what has been dubbed Operation Olive Branch.The YPG are considered by Turkey to be an extension of an insurgency within its own borders.
He said that those responsible would pay for their actions.
Nebenzia told reporters at United Nations headquarters in NY that he reminded the council that the coalition wasn't invited into Syria, and Russian Federation sees that its fight against "international terrorism" is going "beyond that".
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"We have to progress carefully so we can clear every one", said Osama Akkari, a spokesman for the Almuntasir Billah group. "Just as the coalition does not direct the operations of the SDF, the Russians do not direct operations of the Syrian regime".
According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkish borders and in the region as well as to protect Syrian people from the oppression and cruelty of terrorists.
It accused the United States of trying to set up permanent bases in Syria under the cover of fighting terrorism.
The neighborhood was one of several so-called de-escalation zones agreed past year by Russia, Turkey and Iran. Turkey could have supplied the MANPAD which downed the Russian SU-25 warplane over Idlib last weekend, some observers think. It later reported that 10 strikes by the coalition had caused "massive destruction".
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Turkey has long fought Kurdish unrest in the southeastern part of the country.
Members of Erdogan's main ally in Syria could be seen standing with their boots on the naked body while declaring she was a "beautiful woman".
Turkey sees the YPG - trained, armed and supported by the U.S. to fight against ISIL - as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has fought a bloody, decades-long uprising in the country. A representative of the Kurdish militias said that the chopper was shot down by Kurdish fighters over an area located northwest of Afrin, according to the news agency.
The YPG also tried to portray itself as victorious on the battlefield, publishing dozens of recordings of its forces successfully targeting military vehicles of the Turkish forces and its allies.
Turkish military helicopter shot down in syria
Turkey on January 20 launched Operation Olive Branch to remove PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists from Afrin, northwestern Syria . It added that the group's partners say 45 schools in eastern Ghouta have been attacked this year, with 11 destroyed.
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