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The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue denounces the Turkish Army and its affiliated terroristic members’ continuation in violating pacification agreements in North Syria

The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue denounces the Turkish Army and its affiliated terroristic members’ continuation in violating pacification agreements in North Syria

The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue denounces the Turkish Army’s, along with its affiliated terroristic members in Syria, violation against pacification agreements and ceasing fire in North and East Syria in addition to targeting residential places which represents great danger for civilians’ lives in North Syria.

The Turkish forces and their militias have shelled some points in Al Hoshrya and Al Gat village with heavy and medium weapons by targeting four Mortar shells towards Al Hoshrya village. In addition, they targeted Arab Hassan village at the western north of Manbg city with heavy weapons. FDHRD denounces Turkey’s insistence on using violence and military ‘instrument’ in eradicating civilians in the north based on weak pretexts. Also FDHRD draws attention that the Turkish army is practicing aggression on the Turkish lands since more than one year searching for occupying new lands in North Syria without turning to attempts of reaching peaceful for the Syrian crisis which makes it more complex. It assures the violent Turkish practices and its continuous shell to residential areas violates human right to life and contradicts with Geneva Conventions.

The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue calls the international community and its bodies concerned with the International Law to keep international peace and security to bear their responsibilities and immediately step forward to confront the frequent Turkish aggression and attacks against Syrian lands; the matter which contradicts with principles and purposes of the UN and the International Law. This aggression, and its recurrence, may contribute to increase the complexity of international and regional conditions in addition to threatening security and stability in the region.

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