Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has long claimed that northern and eastern Syria poses a threat to his national security, although the peoples are fully aware of the falsity of these allegations, the people of this region have agreed to a border security mechanism and Washington, Ankara and the SDF agree on the security mechanism.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has returned to threat and occupy northern and eastern Syria, a few hours after joint patrols between in Gire Spi and Serkaniya, but Erdogan's words, as every time revealed his real intention to occupy the region and falsify his claims about the north and east Syria and its components and considering them "terrorists".
During the International Forum on Daesh, it became clear that Daesh case is an international issue and solutions must be shared. The formation of an international tribunal to try mercenaries will also expose many states' relations with the mercenaries.
Syrian blood has become dependent on the interests of the intervening forces in Syria, as is the case of the Syrian province of Idlib, which has become the arena for determining strategic interests between Russia, Turkey and America, and their battles.
The results of Erdogan's AKP domestic and foreign policies reflected the municipal elections in which Erdogan and his party lost Turkey's administrative and economic capitals, Ankara and Istanbul.
As Erdogan's government benefited from the Syrian crisis and its president, Erdogan, boasted of all the occupation and domination of the terrorist groups in Syria at the expense of the peoples of northern and eastern Syria, the countdown to the painful blows he received, which began in Kobani and the harshest were in al-Bagouz and today continued in the elections, the slope where the free people will declare the end of the arrogance and dreams of this dictator.
The right of reply, which was retained by the Syrian regime for 40 years, has given rein to greed dreams of the repressive regional states within the Syrian territory, which occupied parts of it and violated the Syrian sovereignty. This is evident through the Turkish occupation of Afrin and northern Syria, which Turkey regards as its own property without regard to Syrian sovereignty.