Trump: "Some European countries now willing to take former ISIL militants back"

Trump: "Some European countries now willing to take former ISIL militants back"
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  • calendar-gray 18 October 2019

"I have just been notified that some European Nations are now willing, for the first time, to take the ISIS Fighters that came from their nations," U.S. President Donald Trump said late Friday, using another acronym for Daesh terrorist group.

"For the first time, to take the ISIS Fighters that came from their nations. This is good news, but should have been done after WE captured them. Anyway, big progress being made!" he added.

Saying that he has just held a phone call with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, he stated that the Turkish leader very much wants the pause to work.

"Just spoke to President Erdoğan of Turkey. He told me there was minor sniper and mortar fire that was quickly eliminated," he added.

"He very much wants the ceasefire, or pause, to work. Likewise, the Kurds want it, and the ultimate solution, to happen."

"Too bad there wasn't this thinking years ago. Instead, it was always held together with very weak bandaids, & in an artificial manner. There is good will on both sides & a really good chance for success," he concluded.

Faig Mahmudov

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