Syria categorically rejects Erdogan’s statements on establishing a safe zone in northern of the country

Damascus, SANA- Syria condemned remarks by President of the Turkish regime, Recep Tayyeb Erdogan’s on establishing a safe zone in northern Syria.

Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement on Friday that these low statements made by President of the Turkish regime unfold the aggressive manipulations plotted by this regime against Syria, and the unity of its territory and people.

The despicable bargains made and carried out by the Turkish regime show the lack of the minimum level of political and moral understanding to deal with the crisis in Syria, the foreign Ministry said.

The Turkish regime continues to be part of the crisis through its conspiracy against Syria and its involvement in the fragmentation project that only favors the goals of Israel, the United States, and the West,” the Foreign Ministry said.

The Ministry went on by saying that the creation of such zone is not intended to protect the border areas between Syria and Turkey, but rather the main objective is colonialism and the creation of an explosive focus that helps implement terrorist plans directed against the Syrian people.

The Ministry stressed the absolute rejection of such manipulations and called on the countries of the region and the world that have invested in financing these criminal projects to immediately stop supporting the Turkish regime and its demonic delusions.

Syria calls on the international community not to negotiate with Erdogan on the lands of other countries to achieve short-sighted goals that will have catastrophic effects on security, peace and stability in the region and the world, affirming that it will confront this plot by legitimate means in defense of its people and territorial integrity, the Foreign Ministry concluded its statement.

Shaza Qreima


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