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IN WHITE HOUSE TODAY 13. 11. 2019.   >>  19:17 0

IN WHITE HOUSE TODAY

Trump and Erdogan on Syria, NATO and Jihadists

American President Donald Trump will meet with Turkish President RecepTayyip Erdogan on Wednesday for the first time since Turkey undertook a military offensive in northern Syria that angered U.S. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.

Trump opened the door to the Turkish incursion when he abruptly announced he would be pulling U.S. troops from that part of Syria after a phone call with Erdogan in early October.

Lawmakers overwhelmingly condemned these moves by Trump and Erdogan. Some have argued that Trump should not have given Erdogan the honor of a White House visit in light of Turkey's actions in Syria.

But although Trump has clashed with Erdogan at points, he has mostly embraced a partnership with the Turkish leader and pressed ahead with plans to welcome him to the Oval Office for bilateral talks.

"The president is committed to direct engagement in diplomacy, where it is most critical," a senior Trump administration official said regarding the visit. "Full and frank engagement is essential to addressing the challenges facing this relationship."

Trump has dismissed the notion that the U.S. has an obligation to permanently protect Kurdish forces, which have been allied with the U.S. against the Islamic State. Turkey considers these Kurdish fighters to be terrorists and says the U.S. should end its partnership with them.

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