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19 February 2020


Turkey extends by 1 year permission to use troops

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The Turkish parliament in October 2014 gave permission for the use of the national Armed Forces abroad and the presence of foreign troops in the country.

Axar.az reports citing Turkish media.

The Turkish parliament extended for one more year at a meeting on Tuesday its permission to use the Turkish Armed Forces in Iraq and Syria.

The mandate to use the Turkish Armed Forces in Iraq and Syria was extended until 30 October 2020.

Permission for the use of the national Armed Forces abroad and the presence of foreign troops in the country was given by the parliament of Turkey in October 2014. The mandate was valid for one year, after which it was extended for one more year by parliament decisions in 2015-2018.

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2019.10.08 / 23:39
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