Telephone conversations between the US and Turkish presidents took place on January 24, where the situation in Syria was discussed.
President Trump said that he was concerned about the escalation of violence and called on his Turkish colleague to limit the actions of the armed forces in this region.
Here is the “read-out” from the White House about that telephone conversation between President Trump and Turkey’s leader Erdogan:
Ankara continues the military operation against the People’s Self-Defense Forces (YPG) in the north of the province of Aleppo, Syria.
Today, January 25, the U.S. accused (fellow Western military alliance NATO member) Turkey of assisting the Islamic State militant group by bombing Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.
Source: News To Me