President Erdogan, on Saturday, said that Turkey will clear northeast Syria of Kurdish YPG militia if Russia does not fulfill its obligations under an accord that helped end a Turkish offensive in the region.

According to the deal signed by Turkish President Erdogan and Russian President Putin Russian military police and Syrian border guards are meant to clear the YPG fighters from within 30 km (19 miles) of the border over a period of six days ending on Tuesday.

Erdogan said in a statement that “If this area is not cleared from terrorists at the end of the 150 hours, then we will handle the situation by ourselves and will do all the cleansing work,”

Turkey considers YPG as a terrorist organization linked with Kurdish Insurgent and Turkey Launched Syrian Offensive against them after US pulled out it’s troops from the area.