The spokesperson for the Turkish president discusses the operation in the multiplayer area of Syria.
After last month’s attack in Istanbul, the Turkish government has blamed the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and its affiliated groups in neighboring countries.
In response, Ankara has threatened a ground operation in northern Syria.
The US and Russian governments have warned against such a move.
But if the Turkish army continues with a ground offensive, what will be the wider regional effect?
We will put that to the man who served as a member of Turkey’s Security and Foreign Policy Council and chief adviser to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkish presidential spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, talks to Al Jazeera.