After a long debate in the halls of the UNSC over approving the entry of humanitarian aid into Syria, it was agreed to open the Bab al-Hawa crossing as the only crossing to enter aid from Turkey with the occupied areas controlled by the occupation state of Turkey and its mercenaries.
Al-Mushraf, and in an exclusive interview with Hawar News Agency, spoke about the recent resolution of the Security Council on approving the Bab al-Hawa crossing as the only crossing for aid to enter Syrian territory, noting that the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria categorically rejects this resolution.
Turkey takes an international green light for more crimes
He considered "This resolution came to legalize Turkish crime on the Syrian territories, and give a green light by the international community to the Turks violations that fall within the war crimes. The international community had better hold Turkey accountable, not to open the doors of aid to it.
The advisor emphasized that "the humanitarian side of the aid entry will fall with such a decision in clear politicization of it, and that the inevitable end of relief and medical support convoys will be in the arms of the mercenary factions."
Al-Mushraf added, "Mercenary violations against the residents of the occupied territories, especially Afrin, are now supported internationally and directly."
The international community helps those who displaced the people and sanctified their sanctities
Referring to the international community double standards in dealing with the file of providing aid and opening crossings, al-Mushraf said: "The continued closure of the Tel Koçber / Al-Yarubia crossing in conjunction with the introduction of aid through the Bab al-Hawa crossing, threatens lives of hundreds thousands of displaced people in the areas of AA.
Those who were displaced by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, as it was the duty of the international community to provide aid to them, not to those who pushed them to flee. He touched on the entry into force of Caesar's Act, stressing that it had a major role in the economic deterioration in the autonomous regions in particular, and Syria in general.
The advisor of the Autonomous Administration for Legal Affairs pointed out that "the administration has set itself upon itself, and through the establishment of the economic crisis cell, to take a package of measures and procedures that would mitigate the catastrophic effects of economic sanctions on Syria, and at the forefront of these measures is to increase the salaries of workers, as well as plans to support basic materials whose high prices have negatively affected the livelihoods of people in the north and east of Syria. "
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