Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, Ambassador Hussam Eddin Ala, said that ignoring the reasons which lead to conflicts, including the foreign occupation policies of intervention, targeting legitimate governments and supporting terrorism won’t contribute to a proper diagnosis of humanitarian crises and won’t help address them correctly.
Ala, delivering a speech at the general debates of the Economic and Social Council Humanitarian Affairs Segment (ECOSOC) currently held in Geneva, said that hiding behind the false mask of solidarity will not help conceal the ugly face of the Turkish regime’s practices and its crimes in Syria.
The Ambassador said that the policy of holding humanitarian conferences and the Turkish claims about solidarity and humanitarian diplomacy are void after the Turkish regime exploited the humanitarian affair to use it as a tool to practice blackmail and cover up its support for terrorism and occupation of Syrian territory.
“The so-called “open door policy” of Turkey, in fact, led to the trafficking of human suffering and exploited and blackmailed Syrians to gain new political and financial support from Europe, and this contributed to bringing the worst forms of terrorism, financed and armed by Turkey, to the Syrian territory,” Ala said.
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