Turkey has welcomed a US missile strike at a Syrian airbase, calling it a positive response to "war crimes".
It follows Donald Trump's retaliation against Syria for an alleged chemical weapons attack on civilians.
In a statement, Ibrahim Kalin - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's official spokesman - called for a no-fly zone to be imposed and safe zones created in Syria "without delay".
The destruction of Sharyat airbase marks an important step to ensure that chemical and conventional attacks against the civilian population do not go unpunished.
Turkey's foreign ministry has also welcomed the strikes, saying it viewed them 'extremely positively'.
"Steps that will ensure similar crimes do not go unpunished and accountability is established will have the full support of Turkey," the ministry said in a written statement.
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