​​​​​​​Democratic Civil Administration in Tabqa condemns the attacks on Afrin

On the fourth anniversary of the start of attacks on Afrin, Democratic Civil Administration in Tabqa condemned the occupation of Afrin Canton by Turkey and its mercenaries, and called on international community to stop the crimes of Turkish occupation.

Today, Democratic Civil Administration in Tabqa region issued a statement to public opinion, denouncing the international silence as a result of the killings, displacement and demographic change in occupied Afrin, called on it to expel the Turkish occupier from it.

The statement was read by Co-chair of Executive Council of Democratic Civil Administration in Tabqa, Mazloum Omar.

The statement reads: "The barbaric Turkish attack on city of Afrin began on January 20, 2018 in the morning, and we all witnessed the extent of military violence that it used against the city and its people, and with this attack."

Added, "This military attack continued with all kinds of weapons, even internationally prohibited, that were used against the people and civilians for nearly 58 days of resistance by the people, Women's Protection Units and People's Protection Units."

The statement stressed that the people of Afrin "will return to their homes and fields, sooner or later, and Turkish occupier and its mercenaries will be expelled, and this is a promise."

He condemned the international silence as a result of "violations practiced by Turkish occupation against the civilians in Afrin city, including displacement, killing and systematic demographic change."

At the end, the statement calls on "international community to take action to stop barbaric Turkish occupation and its mercenaries and to leave the city so that its people return to their city and lands."

Today (January 20) marks the fourth anniversary of the start of the attacks of Turkish occupation and its mercenaries on Afrin city, in 2018. That used in its attack, modern weapons and military technologies, not to mention the use of 72 warplanes.

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ANHA


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