Khalil said a partial evacuation happened earlier on Saturday from Ras al-Ain after much stalling and with USA coordination.
'One of our heroic comrades fell martyr and another was wounded after anti-tank and small arms fire by. terrorists during their reconnaissance and surveillance mission, ' the ministry said in a statement.
However, Erdogan warned on Saturday that Turkey would resume the offensive and "crush the heads of terrorists" if the agreement faltered, with Turkey insisting it is Washington's duty to ensure the withdrawal of the YPG.
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The U.S. fought with the SDF for years to defeat Islamic State but withdrew from the area as Turkey began a long-threatened offensive this month to clear a part of northeastern Syria of Kurdish militants it considers a threat to national security.
Turkey's defense ministry says it is closely monitoring the withdrawal of Syrian Kurdish forces as required by a USA -brokered cease-fire. The agreement has not specified the area of its pullback.
The human rights body said that thousands of people had been deliberately forced to leave their homes and entire villages were razed to the ground by YPG fighters.
He said only after that will his force pull back from a 120km (75mile) area between the towns of Ras al-Ain and Tal Abyad.
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It said Turkish forces had responded to the attack and that 20 acts violating the deal were committed by the YPG since the start of the truce.
Khalil said a partial evacuation happened earlier Saturday from Ras al-Ayn after much stalling and with USA coordination.
Despite the ceasefire, there were reports of continued fighting.
A pull-back would be a major boost to the deal.
"We want to create conditions that will be suitable for them to return where they will feel safe".
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Khalil said the Syrian government and its ally Russian Federation did not want to deploy more extensively in the area, apparently to avoid frictions with Turkey. Even after the cease-fire was announced, the flow of injured and dead to her hospital hadn't stopped, she said.