Mikdad: Turkish regime was and is still part of the terrorist acts hit Syria and Iraq over the past years
” Turkey is not a part of the solution, but a basic part of the problem,” Mikdad said in an article published Saturday at the Lebanese al- Binaa newspaper.
He added: The friends of Turkey, particularly the US administration and its security bodies and the European and Arab colleagues of Erdogan and Davutoglu became convinced that it is impossible to continue supporting the Turkish leadership’s involvement in backing terrorism, including the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organization and other branches of al-Qaeda terrorist organization.
” Turkey’s failure to have support of UN states to gain a non-permanent seat on Security Council last Thursday is a clear expression of the world’s rejection of the Turkish policies against Syria and Iraq and its ally with the ISIS terrorist organization,” Mikdad underlined.
The Deputy Foreign Minister went on to say that since the beginning of the war on Syria, Erdogan’s clique have harbored and sponsored the terrorists and the killers of the so-called the free army and the other brigades of killing and terrorism which have carried out the policies of Erdogan, Netanyahu, the Saudi regime and the other supporters of the killers in the Gulf kingdoms and Europe.
“The relationship between the Turkish regime and the ISIS terrorists is no longer hidden,” he said.
Mikdad added that the heresy of the establishment of buffer zones inside Syria which was created by the Turkish leadership and was substituted later by the so-called ‘safe areas’, is a flagrant violation of the international law.
He underlined that the Syrian people who have strongly tied to the sincere allies will defend every inch of the Syrian land, will support their brothers in Ain al-Arab and will not allow Erdogan to establish a buffer zone or safe areas or no-fly zone on the Syrian territories.
Mikdad concluded by saying that the Syrian people will also support their army to achieve victories whatever the sacrifices were.
H. Zain / Ghossoun