Jordan and Canada condemn Turkish aggression o Syria

The Foreign Ministry of Jordan condemned the Turkish aggression and called for an immediate halt.

The Foreign Minister of Jordan Ayman Safadi said that we call on Turkey to stop its attack on Syria immediately, reject any diminishing of its sovereignty and condemn any aggression that threatens its unity.

Al-Safadi reiterated that the solution to the crisis in Syria is political in a manner that preserves its unity and saves it from terrorism and its danger.

Canada also condemned the aggression of the Turkish regime’s army on Syrian territory, referring to its risks of undermining the stability of the region and the efforts exerted to combat Daesh terrorist organization.

"Canada strongly condemns Turkey's military incursion into Syria”, Reuters quoted Foreign Minister of Canada Christia Freeland as saying on Twitter, calling for the protection of civilians and all parties to respect their obligations under international law.

The Turkish regime's army launched an aggression on Wednesday evening against a number of cities, villages and towns in the countryside of al-Hasakah province and Tal Abyad area in the northern countryside of Raqqa.

This aggression came after US President Donald Trump announced for the third time a few days ago the withdrawal of his occupation forces from Syrian territory in the context of exchanging roles with the Turkish regime.

Inas Abdulkareem