The U.S., U.K., and France launched airstrikes on the Assad regime's alleged chemical weapons facilities in Syria earlier on Saturday.
"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.
Turkey was informed about the military operation in Syria, said previously Mahir Unal, spokesman and deputy chairman of the ruling Justice and Development Party. "The Incirlik base was not used in the attack".
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has welcomed the US-led forces strikes on Syria, saying that the joint operation by the US, UK, and France was appropriate and it sent the Syrian government "the message that its massacres wouldn't be left unanswered".
"It is not all about the chemicals, more people were slaughtered previously by conventional weapons", he stressed, calling on world countries to put the future of all kinds of weapons on the table for discussions in detail.
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He met his national security team later in the day and "no final decision has been made", the White House said in a statement. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned Western intervention in Syria would "lead to new waves of migrants to Europe".
The use of mass destruction weapons, including chemical weapons, is a crime against humanity, the statement said. There is no doubt in the global community's conscience on this matter.
The two leaders "reaffirmed their determination to exert joint efforts to reduce tensions on the ground in Syria and to find a political solution to the problem", the source added.
Turkey is a vocal critic of Assad's regime in Damascus and backed rebels fighting for his ouster.
Turkey, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, has long opposed Syrian President Bashar Assad, but in recent months has moved closer to Iran and Russian in seeking to end the seven-year civil war across its border.