Regarding the policies of the Turkish state on the leader Abdullah Ocalan and in particular the isolation imposed on him, our agency's correspondent conducted a meeting with the Member of the General Council of the Democratic Union Party in the city of Aleppo, Amin Aliko, as he said: "The isolation imposed on the leader Ocalan aims to prevent any solution and any vision or analysis reaching from the leader to those concerned, whether through human rights organizations, his lawyers or his family. Turkey seeks to cut all ties or ways to deliver the ideas and vision of the leader to his people who always seeks to find solutions for the region."
Aliko also touched on the policies of the Turkish state inside and outside Syria saying: "Turkey seeks to restore the glories of the Ottomans and the implementation of the Brotherhood project, and always seeks to complicate the crises of displacement, impoverishment of peoples and the creation of crises to establish its control and enhance its fascist influence over the region."
As for the reasons for not lifting the tight isolation on the leader Ocalan and the failure of his lawyers and family to meet him, Aliko pointed out: "The Turkish state knows very well that any meeting with the leader Ocalan will include dialogues to find solutions in the region, and Turkey is afraid of these solutions because the solutions in the Middle East will lead to the democratization of Turkey, Syria and other regions."
Aliko concluded his speech by stressing that the project of the Muslim Brotherhood and the project of the new Ottomans will end with the ideology and philosophy of the leader Ocalan.