Turkey was a reluctant partner in the U.S. coalition against ISIS, but over the past few days, it had bombed ISIS and Kurdish positions.
Turkey is also backing plans for a buffer zone on the border with Syria.
Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, said that he expected his country’s allies to show solidarity and support for its campaign.
The U.S. and Turkey are working together on plans to create an “ISIS-free zone” along the border with Syria.
Meanwhile, Turkish police have continued to arrest suspected members of the ISIS, PKK and leftist groups.
They have, however, arrested more than 1,000 suspects over the past week.