Syria Foreign Ministry: Policies of Erdogan Threat to Peace in the World

A source at the Foreign Ministry has claimed that the policies of occupation and demographic change imposed by Erdogan in Syria are a threat to peace in the world, according to SANA.
Foreign Ministry: Policies of Erdogan Threat to Peace in Region and World

Syria condemned in the strongest terms the decision approved two days ago by the Turkish Parliament to renew for two years the so-called “authorization ” to the head of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyip Erdogan to send military forces to Iraq and Syria.

An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement to SANA on Saturday that the policies of Erdogan have become a direct threat to peace and security in the region and the world as he continues to launch military attacks on the Syrian territories, in violation of the UN Security Council’s resolutions related to the situation in Syria.

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The source went on to say that inaction of the Security Council in the face of the continued Turkish occupation of the Syrian territories makes the head of the Turkish regime persist in his crimes and aggressions against Syria, where he occupies land and imposes demographic change, and Turkification, in addition to cutting off water of the Euphrates River to deprive the civilians of it and supporting armed terrorist groups which were designated by the UNSC as terrorist entities.

The source added that Syria reserves its absolute right, based on the Charter and the international law, to defend its independence, territorial integrity, and sovereignty over all of its land, and take all practical and legal measures guaranteed by international legitimacy to repel the Turkish aggression.

The source called on the international community to hold this regime accountable for the war crimes and aggression it committed against Syria and that it compensates the Syrian state for all the losses it caused against the Syrian civilians, the country’s infrastructures, private and public properties, natural resources and its historical heritage.

 

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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