The US military secretary Mnushin signed a presidential decree on anti-Turkish sanctions on the 11th, depending on Turkey's response, on the issue of Turkish troops intensifying military attacks against minority Kurdish armed organizations in northern Syria. Announced that it was a policy. While the specific details of the sanctions were not disclosed, they warned that they were “serious sanctions” and urged Turkey to restrain themselves.
Mnushin met at the White House, stressing that Mr. Trump is concerned about the potential for attacks on civilians, private institutions and ethnic and religious minorities.
Meanwhile, the US Department of Defense announced yesterday that Secretary of Defense Esper had a telephone conference with Defense Minister Akar of Turkey on the 10th and called for the cancellation of the attack. Critics of the US's announcement of a statement to virtually acquiesce Turkey's military operations are growing, Mr Esper met on the 11th, saying, “There is no change in the US military posture in Syria. "I haven't abandoned and I didn't allow Turkish operations." (Washington = Watanabe Hill)