It is "unfortunately impossible" to say "terrorist groups" have left the area from along Turkish borders, Erdogan said, referring to the YPG.
The U.S. has long partnered with YPG terrorists, ostensibly to fight Daesh/ISIS, ignoring evidence supplied by Turkey that the YPG is in fact part of the terrorist PKK, which the U.S. does recognize as a terror group.
According to the George Washington University Program on Extremism, 82 Americans are known to have travelled overseas to join jihadist groups since 2012.
Germany said it will not refuse entry to its own citizens, but added that as far as German officials know, the citizen being deported Monday was not involved with IS.
For Wednesday, the Trump administration's main goals are to get Erdogan to drop plans to use the S-400s and to agree to a permanent ceasefire in Syria, a senior administration official said. About 1,200 Islamic State members are imprisoned in Turkey, the country said.
France said on Tuesday it will take back 11 suspected French fighters from Turkey.
Turkey's current expulsions now threaten to force them into action.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday he would tell U.S. counterpart Donald Trump that Washington must do more to implement a ceasefire deal they agreed in order to halt Turkey's offensive in Syria. Danish authorities said their citizen had been arrested on arrival in Copenhagen.
Ankara is also preparing to deport foreign fighters from France, Ireland and the Netherlands, among other countries, Catakli noted.
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Turkey, meanwhile, deported three foreign militants on Monday, with more than 20 Europeans including French and Germans in the process of being expelled to their countries of origin.
It was not clear if all those being deported this week were captured in Syria, or if some were in Turkish territory.
Europeans comprise a fifth of the around 10,000 IS members held captive in Syria.
"You should revise your stance towards Turkey, which at the moment holds so many Isis members in prison and at the same time controls those in Syria".
Relatives of suspected IS militants were also being held at a number of camps for displaced people - the largest of which, al-Hol, housed nearly 70,000 people.
Ankara says it has captured 287 militants in northeast Syria and already holds hundreds more Islamic State suspects.
The information emerged during an appeal being brought by Shamima Begum, a British teenager who travelled to IS-held territory in Syria, against the United Kingdom government's decision to revoke her citizenship heard at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission in London.
While Turkey has quietly deported ISIL sympathisers for years, it raised the issue more forcefully after Western nations refused to back its military campaign against Syrian Kurdish fighters, whom Ankara considers to be "terrorists" linked to Kurdish armed groups fighting inside Turkey.
The return of militants follows Turkey's offensive last month in northern Syria against Kurdish militants who were holding thousands of IS fighters and their families. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday called for further global cooperation to resolve the issues related to foreign fighters.