"The U.S. and Turkey are finalizing technical details for Turkey's full inclusion in these coalition operations," Pentagon spokesman Maj. James Brindle said in a statement to Anadolu Agency.
"Until these details are finalized, the U.S. has requested Turkey not to undertake independent counter-ISIS strikes in Syria, to ensure safe air operations for the coalition in dense airspace. Turkey agreed," Brindle said.
Turkish officials have said that Turkey will soon begin to participate in coalition airstrikes against ISIS.Last month, Turkey agreed to allow U.S.-led coalition forces to launch airstrikes against ISIS positions from Incirlik, which is located close to Turkey's border with war-torn Syria.
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