European countries halted arm exports to Turkey but why haven't they done the same for Saudi Arabia?
Turkey's military incursion into northern Syria is "an act of war", says EU Parliament President David Sassoli, who said the EU must do what is necessary to bring the operation to an end.
Western countries have widely condemned Ankara for its military operation in northeast Syria, but Luxembourg's top diplomat said they could be dragged into the conflict should Turkey, a NATO member state, trigger the body's defensive clause.
"We are still securing jails hosting IS fighters but if this war continues we will be obliged to gather all forces to protect our land and families from this terror," a Kurdish official told Euronews.
London, Berlin, Paris join fellow European countries Norway, Denmark and Finland in their blockade, with the latter stating that the arms export ban concerned not only Turkey but also any other country involved in the fighting.
Johnson also said the incursion could further worsen the humanitarian situation in northern Syria "and undermine the progress made against Daesh".
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A top Turkish official warned Kurdish fighters to defect or face the consequences, saying Turkish forces will cross the Syrian border "shortly."