“No reconciliations with those who displaced, killed and arrested free Syrians” | Local activists call for demonstrations in NW Syria opposing statements by Turkish FM
SOHR sources have reported that local activists in Idlib in north-west Syria region has called for demonstrations to be staged tomorrow, Friday, across the entire region, denouncing the statements by the Turkish Foreign Minister, in which he called for a “reconciliation” with the Syrian regime and the opposition.
According to SOHR sources, the calls for demonstrations in north-west Syria come after statements by Cavusoglu, which have been circulated by Anadolu agency, in which he said, “we need to somehow come to terms with the opposition and the regime in Syria. Otherwise, there will be no lasting peace.”
According to SOHR sources, the demonstrations will start tomorrow after Friday Prayer, and it is expected that demonstrators will gather in front of Turkish observation posts and public squares to express their rejection of striking “reconciliation deals” with the Syrian regime and denounce the current stance which indicates to Turkish intention to publicly “normalise relations” with the Syrian regime.
In this context, the so called “Revolutionary Movement in North Aleppo Countryside” issued a statement this evening, calling upon civilians to participate in tomorrow’s demonstrations to denounce Cavusoglu’s statements about a possible “reconciliation” with the Syrian regime. The movement stated “no reconciliations with those who displaced, killed and arrested hundreds of thousands of free Syrians. We will never revoke any of the fundamental demands of the revolution of freedom and dignity, the most prominent of which is the toppling of Al-Assad and his supporters.”
The statements issued this evening by the Turkish Foreign Minister were met by angry reactions by Syrians who condemned these statements and expressed their rejection of the concept of reconciling with the Syrian regime which has forced millions of Syrian people to displace from their areas and killed hundreds of thousands since the beginning of the Syrian Revolution.