Hussam Al-Din Ali – Xeber24.net
On the 10th anniversary of the Syrian crisis, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sent a message to the world, explaining Turkey’s role in the Syrian war, claiming that it was “to restore peace and stability in Syria.
Turkish President” Recep Tayyip Erdogan” wrote an article for “Bloomberg” on the 10th anniversary of the Syrian crisis, published Monday, noting that “Turkish efforts” in Syria’s civil war should be supported to help bring peace and stability, he said.
As Turkish President “Recep Tayyip Erdogan” said in his message: “The Turkish nation believes that the establishment of a political system capable of representing all Syrians is necessary to restore peace and stability in Syria.
He continued: “I am proud to say that Turkey’s position on Syria has not changed since the beginning of the civil war.
He claimed: “The Turkish army may intervene to protect civilians in Idlib from regime attacks.”
“A lasting peaceful solution will not be possible if Syria’s territorial integrity and political unity are not respected,” he said.
In his message, Erdogan also expressed his continued desire to create safe areas for Syrians in Syria.
Turkish President Erdogan has appealed to the U.S. administration: The Biden administration must deliver on its promises, and it must work with us to end the tragedy in Syria and defend democracy.”
Erdogan also stressed the need for the West to take a clear position first toward the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).
In his letter, Erdogan claimed that it was the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) that carried out attacks on Syria’s safe areas and supported the bloody regime.
“We reject all plans that do not meet the basic demands of the Syrian people for human dignity, because such options will only deepen the crisis,” he said.
Translated by: khoshbin sheikho.