EU ignores mercenaries’ violations, condemns Afrin bombing

The European Union condemned the bombing in the Syrian city of Afrin, and demanded that those responsible be held accountable, while turning a blind eye to the violations taking place in the areas Turkey and its mercenary groups occupy.

The European Union released a statement on the bombing of the city of Afrin on the 28th of this month and said, "The terrorist attack in the central market of Afrin on Tuesday killed at least 40 people, including children, and wounded a large number of civilians."

The European Union offered its sincere condolences to the relatives and friends of the victims, and wished a speedy recovery for the wounded, "Such intolerable terrorist acts cannot be justified, and those responsible must be held to account."

"The European Union reiterates its support for a complete cease-fire at the national level as called for by the United Nations Special Envoy Geir Pederson, and that the only way to stability is a credible and comprehensive political solution facilitated by the United Nations in line with United Nations Security Council Resolution 2254 (2015)".

On March 16, 2018, Turkey and its mercenaries occupied Afrin and committed massacres against its people at that time, since then, it witnesses ongoing clashes and escalation between the Turkish-backed mercenaries as they have differences over the thefts, the distribution of lands and the money of the people of Afrin to one another, in addition to changing the demography of the region by bringing in the people of other regions to that region, and the European Union has not yet mentioned those daily crimes against the people of that region.


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