The White Home says Turkey will quickly start a navy operation in north-east Syria with no involvement or assist from US forces.
Turkey would turn into chargeable for all Islamic State group prisoners within the space, the US assertion stated.
It follows a cellphone name between President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkey needs to clear US-backed Kurdish forces – whom it regards as terrorists – away from its border with Syria.
It additionally needs to create a “protected zone” alongside the border and transfer as much as two million Syrian refugees from its territory there.
Turkey ‘able to arrange Syria protected zone’
Why the battle for northern Syria issues
What did the White Home say?
“Turkey will quickly be shifting ahead with its long-planned operation into Northern Syria,” the assertion stated.
“The US Armed Forces won’t assist or be concerned within the operation, and United States forces, having defeated the ISIS territorial ‘Caliphate’, will now not be within the instant space.”
The White Home assertion additionally stated that Turkey would take over all accountability for Islamic State (IS) group fighters captured over the previous two years.
“The US authorities has pressed France, Germany, and different European nations, from which many captured ISIS fighters got here, to take them again however they didn’t need them and refused.
“The US won’t maintain them for what might be a few years and nice value to america taxpayer.”
What is the background?
The White Home assertion got here a day after Mr Erdogan stated the Turkish incursion would quickly occur.
Throughout his cellphone name with Mr Trump, Mr Erdogan expressed frustration at an absence of progress in establishing a “protected zone” in north-eastern Syria alongside the border with Turkey, which the Nato allies had agreed in August.
Turkey needs this one to be freed from fighters from the Kurdish YPG militia, which Turkey considers a terrorist organisation.
The YPG was a significant a part of the Syrian Democratic Forces, the US-supported drive that defeated IS in Syria.
Turkey additionally needs to maneuver as much as two million Syrian refugees from its territory into the zone. Turkey at present hosts three.6 million Syrians sheltering from the battle.