During the Warsaw summit, NATO
countries will agree to jointly fight
against the “Islamic State” (IS, aka
ISIS, ISIL or Daesh) terrorist group,
Ermagan Kuloglu, retired lieutenant-
general of the Turkish army and
national security expert, told Trend
July 8.
Kuloglu said Turkey, which is a NATO
member, will also require from the
Alliance members to step up the fight
against the IS.
He does not exclude that the Warsaw
summit’s participants and NATO
members will also agree to exchange
intelligence data, which is a very
important in the fight against the IS.
The expert noted that Turkey also
wants NATO countries to unanimously
stand against the Kurdish People’s
Protection Units (YPG), which is the
Syrian wing of Kurdistan Workers’
Party (PKK), as well as the Kurdish
Democratic Union Party (PYD).
The NATO summit in Warsaw will last
until July 9.