"We have finished all our preparations [and] plans ... regarding the issue", Erdogan added.
It was earlier reported that the Turkish and USA servicemen started to jointly patrol Syria's Manbij city on November 1.
As part of the roadmap, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu at the time said the agreement would ensure the YPG leaves Manbij, then Turkey and the United States would work together to establish a local security structure and decide who will govern the city.
The US military estimates around 2,000 IS fighters are holed up in and around Hajin along the Euphrates River valley in Deir el-Zor province near the border with Iraq.
The YPG, the dominant group and leader of the USA -allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), controls almost all of the territory east of the Euphrates, including regions along Syria's border with Turkey.
The U.S. -led coalition, Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF-OIR), said in a statement that the combined patrols allow U.S. -led coalition and Turkish military to complement the local security structure for security and stability in Manbij.
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Manbij was captured from IS by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an umbrella group dominated by the YPG.
American backing of the SDF has caused tensions with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally Turkey, which considers the YPG militia to be a terrorist organization tied to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) battling the Turkish army for almost four decades. It was the second time this week that the Turkish military fired on SDF forces east of the Euphrates.
Last week, IS jihadists staged a counterattack following a weeks-long SDF offensive in the countryside around Hajin.
For now, Russian Federation seems to support Turkey's military moves on the eastern bank of the Euphrates.
Turkish and USA troops on Thursday began their first round of joint patrols in the northern Syrian city of Manbij, as part of a deal to rid the area of the YPG/PKK terrorist groups, Turkey's national defence minister announced.
To ease ties, the countries agreed to a road map in June that included the YPG withdrawing from Manbij and establishing the joint patrols in the city. Joint patrols are considered a way to tamp down potential violence between the various groups in the region.
Quick Reaction Force (QRF) members conduct an after-action review following small unit tactics training in Manbij, Syria, Oct. 1, 2018.
Turkey, which sees the Syrian Kurdish groups as a threat to national security, earlier this year threatened military action against Manuja.