Syrian Kurds sent Biden a letter asking Turkey to stop its attacks on them.
WASHINGTON, November 23 – RIA Novosti. Amid Turkey’s attacks on their positions, Syrian Kurds are urging US President Joe Biden to come to the aid of their allies and “stop this violence at all costs”, Bassam Saker, US spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Council (SDS) said in a public hearing. letter to host White House.
Ankara conducted an airstrike on the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in northern Syria on Sunday – attacks were reported in northern Iraq as well as the city of Kobani. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan described the operation as a success and did not ignore the future of the ground operation. On Monday, he said he had not discussed these steps with either the Russian or American leadership.
“Turkey shows how far it has moved away from democracy and embraced authoritarianism. By attacking the base where US-led coalition troops are deployed to defeat ISIS, Turkey has grossly violated NATO principles. By attacking a US military base, it shows how it did it.” The text of the letter, which RIA Novosti was able to read, says that “he has little respect for this country and how little he believes the US holds the lead on the world stage.”
The document called on the US administration to “rush to the aid of its allies and stop Turkish violence at all costs”. As Saker points out, the United States “violated its long-term partnership obligations” by failing to thwart Ankara’s attacks on Kurdish forces it formerly called its allies. “Furthermore, two US-trained special forces soldiers were killed in the bombing of their base and fought shoulder to shoulder* to defeat ISIS. The US should never be so indifferent about its alliances,” said a spokesperson for the SDF in Washington.
Saker, a US citizen, expressed his anger at Washington’s failure to side with its allies in the face of the Turkish operation. “As an American citizen, I was shocked and embarrassed by this fact,” the politician said. “These allies sacrificed 11,000 lives to defeat ISIS* and protect the world from terrorism. Will the great United States really support democracy in the Middle East or continue to support authoritarianism?” He asked.
Damascus has repeatedly described the presence of Turkish forces conducting operations against Kurdish formations in the Syrian border region as illegal and urged Ankara to withdraw its troops. The Syrian Democratic Forces, based on the YPG’s self-defense units, control most of the Hasakah and Raqqa provinces, and some settlements in Aleppo and Deir ez-Zor provinces, with the support of the US military. – Hard. Most of the neighborhoods, especially in the cities of Haseke and Qamishli, are under their control. Official Damascus does not recognize an autonomous administration in northeastern Syria.
* Terrorist organization banned in Russia
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