The Swedish Foreign Ministry delegation meets with Afrin displaced

The Special Envoy for the Syrian file in the Swedish Foreign Ministry, Per Ornius, sent a message to the people of occupied Afrin, and the forcibly displaced people from their homes, in which he said, "We will continue to shed light on the crimes committed by Turkey and its mercenaries in Afrin, and work to return the displaced, and to search for ways to solve the issue of the displaced with The international community".

The message of the representatives of Sweden's foreign affairs came after the Swedish delegation visiting the regions of northern and eastern Syria met on Wednesday morning, with a number of forcibly displaced people from the occupied city of Afrin, in which he was briefed on the latest humanitarian developments and the current reality in the occupied city of Afrin, and how they have suffered from Turkish occupation and its gangs, the so-called" Syrian National Army."

The meeting, which held in the building of the External Relations Department of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria in Qamishlo, came at the request of the Swedish Foreign Ministry, according to what was indicated by the displaced Afrin who met the delegation.

The meeting brought together "the head of the delegation, the special envoy for the Syrian file in the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Per Ornios, and the advisor at the European Institute for Peace, Avin Jettin," and from Afrin, "Arifa Bakr, Sherif Muhammad and Amin Muhammad.

During the meeting, the displaced from Afrin touched upon the reality of Afrin after the Turkish occupation, and the crimes committed by its so-called "Syrian National Army" mercenaries, seizing homes, stealing and selling the possessions of the displaced in markets, raping women, and killing people.

They also clarified the conditions of the forcibly displaced people from their homes in the camps to the Swedish delegation, as a result of the demographic change that occurred in the city after the occupation, including the exodus of the people from their homes and the resettlement of the families of the Ghouta and Jarablus mercenaries instead of them.

The displaced also drew attention to the silence of the European Union and United Nations governments regarding the crimes committed by Turkey against the people of Afrin, and their lack of support for the displaced, and they demanded to put pressure on Turkey to withdraw its mercenaries, return the city to its indigenous people, and return the displaced to their homes.

The meeting between the two parties concluded with the confirmation of the head of the delegation, the special envoy for the Syrian file in the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Per Ornius, through a press statement to the media, that the Swedish government continues to shed light on the crimes committed by Turkey and its mercenaries in Afrin, and expose them, and work to return the displaced, and search for ways to solve their case is with the international community, and pressure on Turkey to stop its horrible crimes.

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