Turkey, an increase in Afrin in northern Syria's intervention, Relations with the Kurds are approaching a point where more military clashes will climb.
Since December, Ankara has reinforced its southern border in Hatay and sent armored vehicles, tanks and howitzers.
It's unthinkable for either the U.S. or Russia to allow such a military intervention against Kurds in Afrin.
The Idlib province, which is largely controlled by the al-Nusra Front, is estimated to have around 15,000 to 20,000 armed rebels .The jihadists in Idlib pose a very big threat to World.
A military intervention targeting Afrin is not much probable.
Moscow and Washington indicate their opposition to the intervention.
The U.S.-led coalition is working with its Syrian militia allies to set up a new border force of 30,000 personnel, the coalition said on Sunday, a move that has added to Turkish anger over U.S. support for Kurdish-dominated forces in Syria.