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Syria reaffirms Turkish-US occupation prolongs the war

Syria reaffirms Turkish-US occupation prolongs the war

Damascus, Dec 22 (Prensa Latina) Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Ayman Sousan, affirmed Wednesday that the occupation of parts of his country's territory by the United States and Turkey is the main cause of the protracted war it is facing.
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Speaking at a press conference at the end of the meeting of the guarantor countries of the Astana process in Nursultan, the Kazakh capital, the Deputy Foreign Minister labeled as a crime against humanity the US plunder of the Syrian people’s wealth and its support for the separatist militias.

Resistance to the occupation and its expulsion is a “legitimate right” guaranteed by international law, he added.

Referring to the repeated Israeli attacks, the diplomat commented that they will not succeed in reviving Israel’s terrorist lackey groups or undermine the determination to eradicate them once and for all.

He also denounced that the unilateral coercive economic measures imposed by the United States and the European Union lead to disastrous effects for the Syrian people.

In a statement issued today at the end of their 17th meeting, guarantors of the Astana process, Russia, Iran and Turkey stated their firm commitment to the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Syria, and to the joint action to fight terrorism.

The communiqué emphasized the need to increase humanitarian aid to all Syrians without discrimination, politicization or preconditions, and called on the international community to enhance assistance to the infrastructure reconstruction process.


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