The forcibly displaced at Girê Spî camp issued a statement denouncing the German Chancellor Angela Merkel's statements in support of Erdogan's policy in north and east Syria.
The statement was read at Girê Spî camp by the co-head of the camp, Fadia al-Sharif.
The statement addressed the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, which said that whomever supports Erdogan is a war criminal that caused displacing of more than 300,000 people from Girê Spî and Serêkaniyê areas.
The statement condemned the attacks of the Turkish occupation on the north and east of Syria's areas, it also denounced the meetings with the war criminal, Erdogan.
The displaced called on the world to "hold Erdogan accountable for his crimes against the Syrian people and committing the most heinous crimes against humanity and the people of north eastern Syria."
The statement noted that such meetings legitimize the Turkish aggression. It called on the international coalition, the Security Council and the international community to hold their responsibilities without holding such meetings at their expense.
They called on the international community to play an effective role to assure their return to their homes under international guarantees, and compensate them for "the committed crimes by the war criminal and his paid mercenaries for their crimes, ethnic cleansing and violations of international humanitarian laws."