The Turkish occupation has recently begun to build a concrete wall from the villages of Mariamin in the north to the town of Gelber in the south-west, along 70 kilometers to isolate the occupied city of Afrin from the Syrian territory, Talal Mohammed, told our agency(ANHA): "The city of Afrin is an integral part from Kurdistan, and legally and internationally an integral part of the Syrian territory."
He pointed out that since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, Turkey has pursued a policy based on cultural and national changes in the region.
On the Turkish targets behind the construction of the wall in the vicinity of the city of Afrin, Mohammed said: "Turkey aims to annex Afrin to the Turkish territory, as happened earlier in the Iskenderun, which was an integral part of Syrian territory as a result of an agreement between Syria and Turkey, the question of building the wall in Afrin close to the question Including the Iskenderun area into Turkish territory."
"If there is an agreement between the Syrian regime and Turkey to annex Afrin to the Syrian territory, it will pose a threat to the whole region, because Turkey is trying hard to change the demographics of the region," He added.
Turkey aims to protect the Islamic factions in the city of Afrin after Daesh's defeat, because in the event of any war in Idlib, the factions will resort to Afrin, thus Turkey can protect its mercenaries.
Regarding the silence of the regime about the construction of the Turkish occupation of the wall in the vicinity of the city of Afrin, Mohammed pointed out that the Baath regime only protects its interests and its presence.
The co-chair of the Democratic Peace Party, Talal Mohammed, blamed the Syrian regime for any partition of the Syrian territory, he said: "procrastination of the Syrian regime and lack of dialogue with the Syrians open the borders to regional and foreign countries and terrorist organizations."