Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said that there is an ongoing plan in the region to put Turkey in a rough spot, which he said is backed by Bashar Assad's regime in Syria. Hosting editors-in-chief of newspapers at an iftar dinner in Ankara on Wednesday, Yıldırım commented on various issues. "The aim is to put Turkey in a tight spot," Yıldırım said, claiming that there is a strategy to create a canton along Turkey's southern border that is not only limited to the Syrian PKK affiliate Democratic Union Party (PYD), but also others. Yıldırım contended that some states want to create instability in the region by instigating the people after forming an independent Kurdish state."There is such a plan, but we are following it closely. We will never allow this plan to be realized," he said.
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