Turkey allows French jets to use Turkish airspace for airstrikes against Daesh

DAILY SABAH
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French military jet part of the Mission Arromanches 2 in Iraq against the Daesh group taking off from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier, deployed in the Mediterranean Sea, 23 November 2015. (EPA Photo)
French military jet part of the Mission Arromanches 2 in Iraq against the Daesh group taking off from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier, deployed in the Mediterranean Sea, 23 November 2015. (EPA Photo)

Turkey allowed French fighter jets to use its airspace for airstrikes against Daesh, according to the agreement reached between Turkish and France military officials on Sunday.

Turkey also agreed to allow the French military to use the Incirlik airbase in emergency cases. According to the agreement, French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle will also be able to receive logistic support from the Taşucu harbor located in Turkey's southeastern Mersin province.

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