Prominent Turkish journalist Murat Yetkin has written a piece on Turkey's military offensive in northeastern Syria and the country's aims to set up a "safe zone" in the area.
In his piece, Yetkin asked 13 questions about the "safe zone" upon a 120-hour-long ceasefire agreement between the United States and Turkey that was agreed upon on Oct. 17.
As part of the agreement reached between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, militants of the People's Protection Units (YPG) are set to leave the planned "safe zone" area within 120 hours.
Yetkin, in his piece that he penned within the last 48 hours of the ceasefire, said that several details on the circumstances under which the parties reached the agreement are "truly unbelievable."
You can read Yetkin's piece here.