In a flagrant violation of international laws, the Turkish occupation state continues its efforts to divide Syria and annex its territory to Turkey by continuing to build the partition wall in Afrin. Hawar news agency (ANHA) interviewed with the jurist Ibrahim Sheikho who called for the Syrian regime and the international community to put an end to the Turkish violations against the Syrian territories.
Sheikho stressed at the beginning of his speech that there were no reasons for constructing the separation wall in Afrin by the Turkish occupation and said, "The Turkish state was an occupying power in the region and the construction of the partition wall was not based on any legal basis."
He added, "The wall is being built amid international silence, especially the Russian guarantor because the Russian state is the dominant in this area, and the Russian state quoted from its officials that it was not aware of the construction of the partition wall in Syria, and said that this was a military action to protect its points, but there was no legal justification for building the wall."
Sheikho noted, "The Russian silence on this violation is hard proof of the existence of agreements between Turkey and Russia, such as the question of Idlib. On the one hand, the Russian warplanes are bombing the countryside of Hama and Idlib, and on the other hand, the Turkish state is trying to build the separation wall and urging the mercenaries for launching attacks on al-Shahba canton's village such as Mar'naz, Malkiya and others."
He called on the Syrian regime to move towards the Turkish attacks, "Afrin is a Syrian city, but we see only shy positions by the Syrian government. It must move and stand in the face of this violation. Its weak statements are proof of its inability to move only with Russian consultation."
Ibrahim Sheikho appealed to the Kurdish community abroad as well as the Kurdish diplomacy to move and organize peaceful demonstrations in various countries of the world in front of the headquarters of the international organizations and United Nations and demand to put an end to the Turkish violations "because the continuation of these violations will lead to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Afrin residents and the international community must take moral and humanitarian responsibility for that."