Syria, determined to end the presence of the US, Turkey and Israel

The Syrian Vice Foreign Minister underscores the firm determination of Damascus to continue its fight against terrorism and put an end to any illegal presence in the Arab country.

In statements made this Monday at a virtual session of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Faisal al-Miqdad has emphasized that, in addition to continuing the fight against terrorism, Syria is determined to end the US occupation, Turkey and Israel’s regime of its territory.

“In light of the Turkish, American and Israeli occupation, terrorist groups and separatist militias […] they continue to commit serious and systematic human rights violations to serve the interests of their sponsors ”, has denounced Al-Miqdad.

As an example, the Syrian official has referred to the water cut that affects one million citizens in the Al-Hasaka province, located in northeast Syria, which he has described as a serious and systematic violation committed “by the forces Turkish occupation forces and terrorist groups ”.

Similarly, Al-Miqdad has condemned Israel’s occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights and stressed that Syria’s inalienable right to this territory is guaranteed by international law, therefore, emphasizes the vice-chancellor, the unilateral actions of the Tel Aviv’s regime regarding these lands are null and void and have no legal value.

US and European coercive measures affect Syrians

At another point in his statements, Al-Miqdad has denounced that the sanctions imposed by the US and the European Union (EU) against other countries, including Syria, constitute an obvious violation of human rights, since they directly affect the peoples targeted by these illegal measures.

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Therefore, it has asked the UNSC to put this matter in “top priority” and order the necessary actions for the elimination of these measures that hinder the fight against the new coronavirus, which causes COVID-19.

The Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister has also said that now that most of the Syrian lands are freed from terrorism, the Government of Damascus, chaired by Bashar al-Asad, dedicates all its efforts to the reconstruction of the country and the return of refugees. to their homes.

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