On Friday night, the United States, France, and the United Kingdom launched strikes on a number of targets in Syria in response to the alleged chemical incident in the Damascus' suburb of Duma.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has clashed with the Trump administration over its handling of the Syrian civil war, on Saturday praised the allied mission ordered by President Trump to take out key chemical weapons sites in neighboring Syria.
"We welcome this operation which has eased humanity's conscience in the face of the attack in Douma, largely suspected to have been carried out by the regime", the ministry said.
"Incirlik Base was not used [in the strikes]", Bozdağ added, referring to the US military air base placed in Turkey's southern province of Adana.
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"The innocent Syrian people should have been defended long ago", Erdogan added. The Turkish leader also emphasised the importance of de-escalating the tension in the region.
"For more than seven years, the Syrian regime's cruelties against its people in the hands of ordinary weapons and chemical weapons, and its crimes against humanity, as well as military crimes, have been apparent. The conscience of the global community carries no doubt to that effect", it added.
Turkey is a vocal critic of Assad's regime in Damascus and backed rebels fighting for his ouster.
Turkey's stance on the airstrikes has been generally positive, but nearly all messages urged for a political solution, reshaping Syria's future without the regime involvement and worldwide determination against the use of violence against civilians rather than conducting a single and limited action.