Syrian pro-government forces have entered the Kurdish enclave of Afrin, provoking an immediate response from Turkish forces besieging the area.
The Turkish government has warned that pro-Syrian government forces would face "serious consequences" for entering Syria's Afrin region to help Kurdish fighters repel the Turkish offensive.
Hedu said the Turkish military has destroyed infrastructure, structures of vital importance, schools, historic monuments, more than a hundred civilians have been killed, including children.
But on Tuesday state media reported that members of the "Popular Forces" had arrived in Afrin to "support the locals against the aggression waged by the Turkish regime" and to confront IS, which has no known presence in the area.
Turkey is targeting the production of unmanned tanks for its armed forces, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has stated.
"The Syrian government has responded to the call of duty and sent military units on this day.to deploy along the border and take part in defending the unity of Syria's territory and borders", YPG spokesman Nouri Mahmoud said in a statement. It is not possible for us to allow this. "They would pay a heavy price for it", he added.
The new rocket, named KAAN, was launched from a firing ground in the province of Sinop in the north of Turkey.
Yildirim said Turkey's struggle with terrorist organizations and their extensions will last until "terror trouble" ends both at home and overseas.
The withdrawal of the pro-Bashar al-Assad terror groups came when they were about 10 km (about 6 miles) away from Afrin, in northwestern Syria.
Precisely, 65 members of Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), People's Protection Units (YPG) and Daesh terrorist organization were killed in Afrin on February 20.