KCDK-E: NATO paves the way for new massacres of Kurds
KCDK-E said that "the final declaration of the NATO Leaders Summit aimed at covering up all the crimes committed by Turkish president Erdogan and the genocidal Turkish army and give a green light to further massacres."
In a written statement, the KCDK-E co-presidency stated that the final declaration of the NATO Leaders Summit aimed at covering up all the crimes committed by Turkish president Erdogan and the genocidal Turkish army and give a green light to further massacres.
The statement said: "The result of the NATO Leaders' Summit held in Brussels on Monday, 14 June 2021, paves the way for new massacres, as it is intended to cover up all the crimes committed by dictator Erdogan and the genocidal Turkish army, which threatens the peoples of the Middle East and especially the Kurdish people."
The KCDK-E drew attention to the following: “Turkey, which has put tens of thousands of people in prisons because of their different opinions, where the free will of any dissenting voice is not accepted, where women are exposed to rape and murder by men, and where a large part of the society is left unemployed and starved, has been rewarded with this decision.”
The statement added: “We call on you, the honourable peoples of Europe and the world, seeing the extent of the danger, remembering the human struggle of the Kurdish people against the barbaric ISIS mercenaries, to put an end to this wrong decision of NATO and to fight wars, massacres, genocide and poverty so that peoples can live in freedom and peace on earth wherever they are in the world.
We call on people to act together against dictatorships, wars, hunger and misery, and prevent people from being imprisoned for expressing their free thoughts. A democratic Turkey, a democratic Middle East, a peaceful Europe and the world are our basic desires.
We call on you to support the struggle for democracy so that he can lead a humane and democratic life in Turkey, Kurdistan and the Middle East.”
The NATO final joint communiqué said among other things:
“Syria retains an inventory of short-range ballistic missiles whose range covers parts of NATO’s territory and some of our partners’ territories. Syria has used these missiles extensively against its own population. We remain vigilant over missile launches from Syria which could again hit or target Turkey. We continue to monitor and assess the ballistic missile threat from Syria.
The conflict in Syria has entered its eleventh year and continues to have significant consequences on the stability of the region and the security of NATO’s south-eastern border. We remain concerned and vigilant over its ramifications. We reiterate our determination to defend NATO territory and borders against any threats and to address challenges emanating from Syria. […] We call for a nationwide ceasefire and the reauthorisation and expansion of the UN cross-border humanitarian assistance for a period of at least 12 months in order to meet the needs of the Syrian people. We reiterate our appreciation to our Ally Turkey for hosting millions of Syrian refugees.”