In a worst, Turkey faces $100 billion blow over Syria Operation
WASHINGTON - In a worst, Turkey faces $100 billion blow over Syria Operation, media report has revealed.
The US president Donald Trump said he will stop negotiations with Turkey on a $100 billion trade deal. The president of the United States said in a statement on his Twitter page that he will be issuing an executive order against current and former officials of Turkish government as well as any persons "contributing to Turkey's destabilizing actions in northeast Syria".
In his statement Trump said that the Turkish offensive is threatening peace, security and stability in the region.
Trump Also stressed that Washington will "aggressively use" economic sanctions to target "those who enable, facilitate and finance these heinous acts in Syria"
The president said he is "fully prepared to swiftly destroy Turkish economy" if the country's government will continue its course.
Turkey began its offensive in northern Syria, dubbed "Operation Peace Spring", on 9 October, claiming that it is directed at terrorists based east of the Euphrates. Ankara designates the Kurdish YPG, which was among the US allies in the fight against Daesh*, as a terrorist organisation.