A stand in Aleppo countryside in protest against Turkish occupation crimes

Aleppo, SANA- A protest stand was held at Kafar Naya village in Aleppo northern countryside to condemn the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries of terrorist organizations, and their brutal crimes against the Syrian citizens.

The citizens staged a stand in protest against the Turkish occupation acts, in which they announced their adherence to territorial integrity of Syria and their rejection of the aggressive plots aimed at dividing Syria, expressing their confidence in the Syrian Arab Army, their support for the battles it is waging to liberate every occupied inch of the homeland.

SANA’s camera observed the opinions of a number of people who raised national flags and banners denouncing the greed of the Turkish regime in Syria, as Muhammad Ahmed stated that the people are gathering today to say no to aggression and no to Turkish-Erdogan intervention in Syria which will remain united.

Meanwhile, Hassan Hassan said, “We came today to affirm our rejection of the Turkish occupation and its agents from terrorist organizations, and we sacrifice ourselves for the soil of the homeland.”

For his part, Bayrakdar Rashid pointed out that this mass gathering is to stress that this land belongs to the Syrians, and they alone have the right to determine its  destiny .

Last Friday, locals of Tel Rafaat area in Aleppo northern countryside organized a mass rally in the town center in condemnation of the Turkish occupation and its brutal attacks against the safe residential areas.

Turkish occupation forces and its terrorist mercenaries repeatedly target with shells and missiles areas and villages in Aleppo, Raqqa and Hasaka countryside, claiming the lives of several martyrs, and injuring others, in addition to causing material damage to public and private properties.

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