AANES submits comprehensive file on recent Turkish escalation in NE, Syria

The Autonomous Administration submitted a detailed file on the damage of the recent Turkish escalation and its ongoing attacks on North and East Syria to several UN, international, human rights and legal bodies, and explained that 224 sites were subjected to attacks via military aircraft and drones.

AANES submits comprehensive file on recent Turkish escalation in NE, Syria
24 Decemberember 2023   08:46

The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria prepared a statistic, accompanied by pictures, of the crimes committed by the Turkish occupation army in its recent escalation with warplanes and drones on service facilities, vital facilities, and power stations in North and East Syria.

The Autonomous Administration revealed in the statistics it prepared that the Turkish occupation army struck 224 sites, through 304 air and ground strikes, including 221 artillery strikes, heavy weapons and mortar shells, and 83 strikes by military aircraft and drones, during the days (4-5-6-7-8). (9-10) October 2023, it affected power plants, oil facilities, dispensaries, industrial areas, and financial centers, in addition to targeting the vicinity of the Washukani and Roj Camps, and dozens of villages, causing massive material damage.

The Autonomous Administration stated in its statistics that 47 people lost their lives, including 5 from the Kobani countryside, and 55 others were injured, and losses were estimated at 56 million dollars so far.

According to the Department of Foreign Relations, the prepared file was delivered to several international bodies via email, including:

1. Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres.

2. United Nations Deputy Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths.

3. Office of the UN Special Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen.

4. The American, British, French, German, Swedish, Finnish, Dutch, and Greek representations at the United Nations in Geneva.

5- The United Nations Human Rights Council.

6- The International Commission of Inquiry at the United Nations.

7- The Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

8- The Swiss CITEM organization.

9- Institute of Graduate Studies in Geneva.

10- Amnesty International.

11- Human Rights Watch.

12- Local and international media.

13- European Union Foreign Ministry, Belgian Foreign Ministry, Dutch Foreign Ministry.

14- Representatives in the European and Belgian Parliament.

15- Political figures and parties in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.

16- A number of civil society institutions and local and international organizations in Belgium.

17- The Austrian Prime Minister’s Office, the President and members of the Austrian, local and European Parliaments, party leaders.

18- Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs.

19- International organizations and their offices in Austria, media outlets, study centers, humanitarian and relief organizations.

T/ Satt.