Damascus, SANA- Syria has categorically rejected the Turkish regime’s decision to open a faculty and higher institute affiliated to Istanbul University in al-Raei town, north of Aleppo, as a dangerous act and a flagrant violation of the international law and the UN Charter.
“Syria rejects the Turkish regime’s decision to open a faculty and higher institute affiliated to Istanbul University in al-Raei town, north of Aleppo,” an official source at Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
The statement added that the Turkish step is a dangerous act which aims to expand the dominance of the Turkish regime on territories under the sovereignty of the Syrian Arab republic in a flagrant violation of the international law and the UN Charter.
It went on to say that the null decision constitutes a continuation of the Turkish regime’s practices in igniting and prolonging the crisis in Syria, and supporting terrorist parties and organizations, like “Muslim Brotherhood,” Daesh and “Jabhat al-Nusra” to serve the agendas of Erdogan’s regime and to achieve his ambitions and ottoman illusions.
“Syria affirms that the attacks of the Turkish regime on its sovereignty, including the building of the so-called (separation wall) and adopting the policy of Turkification at the schools, in addition to dealing in the Turkish Lira, and opening an authority for the Turkish Post have been pretexts behind which this regime hides to justify its terrorist practices,” the source said.
The source went on saying “The government of the Syrian Arab Republic renews its demand that the Security Council shoulder its responsibilities in preserving the international peace and security and putting an end to the crimes and attacks launched by the Turkish regime against the Syrian people and against Syria’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and to hold it accountable for them.”
Hybah/Shaza/ Mazen Eyon