Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement concerning the claims of agreement between Turkey and SDF and denied the claims.
Jarablus operation, which was launched against ISIS but also targeted Kurdish military forces, continues. However, some sources claim that the US, Iran and Russia came to an agreement in Jarablus, or northern Syria, and Turkey and PYD accepted the conditions of this agreement. According to this alleged agreement, Turkey will stay in Jarablus and Kurds will be able to connect Kobani and Afrin cantons through Al-Bab.
While “Euphrates Shield” operation continues, it is claimed that YPG forces have been reinforcing Manbij. Syrian Kurds have denied the claims.
Turkish Military Forces has entered Syria. The operation named “Euphrates Shield” started on Wednesday morning and the forces reached ISIS-held Jarablus in the same day. Political scientist Assistant Prof. Erhan Keleşoğlu and former Erbil Consulate-General Aydın Selcen assessed "Euphrates Shield" operation, that was launched against ISIS in Jarablus.
PYD co-chair Salih Müslim denied Davutoğlu’s claims by saying that they have nothing to do with Ankara attack.
28 people were killed in the attack in Ankara and 30 of the injured are discharged from the hospital. 31 people are still being treated. Some information about the attack is revealed.