AMMAN, — Turkish Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, Wednesday, said that Ankara was in a position to send ground troops to Syria “if necessary”.

Davutoglu told the broadcaster Al Jazeera Turkey that such a move by Ankara would be legal as the UN had made a number of decisions on the fight against Daesh in terms of self-defense and countering terrorism.

“If necessary, we will send troops to Syria. We will take all steps to protect our own country internally and externally,” Davutoglu said.

Source: Name News Network

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AMMAN, -- Turkish Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, Wednesday, said that Ankara was in a position to send ground troops to Syria 'if necessary'.Davutoglu told the broadcaster Al Jazeera Turkey that such a move by Ankara would be legal as the UN had made a number of decisions on the...