Turkey's official news agency, Anadolu, and a Syrian Kurdish official said Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018, that Czech authorities have detained Muslim under an Interpol red notice based on Ankara's request for his arrest.
A prominent Syrian-Kurdish leader has been arrested in the Czech capital Prague on a warrant issued by Turkey.
The Turkish interior ministry had offered a bounty of almost $1m on Muslim, who is listed as one of the "most wanted terrorists" in Turkey.
Turkey says the YPG is an extension of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has waged a three-decade-old insurgency in southeast Turkey.
Muslim was put on Turkey's most-wanted list earlier in February with a $1 million reward.
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Officials in Ankara were in the process of securing the extradition of Muslim, who remained in detention in Prague. The French leader added that France's monitoring of humanitarian access and chemical weapons is "total and permanent", Macron's office said.
Bozdag said during a live television interview Monday that Turkey's Justice Ministry had sent a "file" formally requesting his extradition.
The PYD is the leading political Kurdish force in northern Syria, and Muslim remains highly influential in the party, even after stepping down as co-chair previous year.
The air and ground offensive is created to drive back the Kurdish YPG, which Ankara sees as inextricably linked to the Kurdish PKK, which it views as a terrorist group.
The new forces are expected to hold villages taken by Turkish troops from the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) as well as to take part in urban combat as Turkey's Operation Olive Branch apparently moves from the countryside to the major settlements.