Prague, SANA- Deputy Speaker of the Czech Parliament Tomio Okamura affirmed that the Turkish attacks on the Syrian lands is a flagrant violation of the international law, stressing that the Turkish regime has failed in achieving its schemes thanks to the Syrian people’s steadfastness and determination to defend their homeland.
Okamura pointed out that Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime supports terrorist organizations in Idleb, and it has also opened the borders with Greece and Bulgaria for them, in addition to creating a migration crisis for the European union (EU).
For his part, Czech MP Radovan Vích stressed that Erdogan’s regime has violated the international law through occupying parts of the Syrian territory and supporting terrorists in the country.
In a comment on the Facebook, Vích noted that Erdogan’s regime doesn’t abide by the agreements signed with the EU with regard to the migration, calling for decreasing the diplomatic relations level with this regime and withdrawing the Czech Ambassador from Ankara.
Najwa al-Ali/ Ruaa al-Jazaeri