Syrian Arab Tribes Reject Security Zone Proposal


25 de enero de 2019, 15:31Damascus, Jan 25 (Prensa Latina) Representatives of Arab tribes living in northern Syria opposed both the presence of US forces and the creation of a security zone proposed by Turkey, according to a statement released on Friday.

‘We categorically oppose the creation of the so-called security zone in northern Syria,’ says the statement published by various media, including the national agency Sana.

These positions were defined today at a meeting of representatives of more than 10 thousand members of Arab tribes from the Raqqa, Deir Ezzor and Aleppo regions, according to the information.

The aim of the meeting was to also direct a message to the world that the Syrian people in all spectra are united in the defense of sovereignty and territorial integrity and in which delegates from Iraq and Lebanon also participated.

Syria is an independent and sovereign homeland and the population of Algecira (Syrian region located between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers) is committed to its homeland, state, army and leadership, the document said.

The declaration reiterates that only the Syrians through dialogue, are those who decide their national, political, economic and social options without any external interference, against any form of aggression, including the US and Turkish occupation of the territories of the region. of security in the north of Syria ‘, affirms the statement published by diverse means, among them the national agency Sana.

These positions were defined today at a meeting of representatives of more than 10 thousand members of Arab tribes from the Raqqa, Deir Ezzor and Aleppo regions, according to the information.

Just a week ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the intention to create a security zone in northern Syria that includes the territories of the city of Manbij and the east bank of the Euphrates River.

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