Hemid El-Ebid: Turkey creates borders within the territories of Syria
Hemid El-Ebid, co-chair of the Girê Spî Canton Council, said that the Turkish state, encouraged by the silence of the international community, has established new borders at a depth of 32 km within the Syrian territory.
The co-chair of the Girê Spî Canton Council, Hemid El-Ebid, evaluated the military deployment of the Turkish state to Girê Spî and the ongoing attacks against Ain Issa.
El-Ebid stated that the Turkish state is seeking to isolate the north of the M4 highway from North-East Syria, which is proven by Turkey’s construction of 5 military bases in Ain Issa.
The Turkish state has built 5 military bases in the villages of Xalidiyê, Mielek, Hoşan, Mişêrfê and Seyda in Ain Issa since last November.
“They are trying to become legitimate in the regions they have occupied. The Turkish state, encouraged by the silence of the international community, creates new borders within the territories of Syria,” he said.
For the last 5 months, the Turkish state has been attacking the villages of Ain Issa. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) respond to attacks within the scope of legitimate self-defense. Numerous villagers had to migrate due to the attacks. 11 civilians were injured, and 1 child died in the attacks targeting civilians.