And before late February, Turkey launched an attack on Idlib Governorate in the north and west of Syria, where Turkey already occupies the area from the city of Jarablus to Idlib in the north of the country.
In a written statement, the Kurdistan Communist Party Central Committee condemned this attack.
The text of the statement read:
"O world democratic and revolutionary forces:
After the occupation and perpetuation of Jarablus, al-Bab, and ... Afrin, Serêkaniyê, and Girê Spî, as a result of the failure of the Russian regime, its suspicious agreements, understandings, and shameful settlements with the American and Turkish regimes, NATO and its regime launched the occupying Erdogan regime with its terrorist mercenaries once again with an aggressive war in the name of (Spring Shield) while the correct one is ( Going to Hell) against Syria, land and people, in order to seek wealth and expansion and cause destruction, displacement and killing under false and fake pretexts such as toppling the regime, fighting terrorism, protecting its national security, sheltering refugees and other arguments.
The statement said that the aim of the Turkish attack "while its goal is to introduce a brotherly, terrorist, and subservient terrorist regime to the Turkish regime, the father and mother of global terrorism, and to cut as much territory as possible from the Syrian lands and annex them to the Turkish state, as happened to General Iskenderun of Syria as a result of the Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916, this system and its mercenaries are fighting by proxy The imperialist colonial NATO that has stood hostile to Syria, its unity and social progress in the past and still is.
In its statement, the party called on "all democratic and revolutionary forces in the region and the world to condemn and condemn this occupation war and its crimes committed, and at the same time we call on it to support with Syria and its defending forces opposing this invading Erdogan war to stop this unjust war and the Turkish regime's exit from all the Syrian lands that it occupied."
The statement urged the Syrian regime to "sincerely and seriously work to consolidate unity among the basic nationalities that have rights, including the legitimate and natural rights of our Kurdish people in Rojava Kurdistan and recognize them constitutionally, contrary to the arrogance, exclusion and racism that disperses the capabilities of the resistance in favor of regimes and the enemy forces always working for division and separation leading to fragmentation, fragmentation and rifting And occupation. "
The statement also called "our Kurdish people and political forces for dialogue with the regime, a true and sincere invitation stemming from responsibility and perception to confront dangers and reactionary plans, because it is keen on achieving unity of efforts and resources to fight against all who aim and work for the occupation and undermine the Syrian sovereignty and unity or undermine the dignity and humanity of the Kurds and all Syrian citizens. ".