Weapons warehouses, built by Turkish military in Aleppo province, were handed by them to terrorist groups, Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Bashar Jaafari, stated.
Turkish military handed weapons warehouses, built by them in Aleppo province, to terrorist groups, the RIA Novosti news agency reported, citing Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Bashar Jaafari.
“Turkish military, penetrated into the territory of the northern province of Aleppo on August 1, has engaged in the construction of weapons warehouses,” Jaafari said. “They handed these warehouses with weapons and ammunition to the Jaish al-Fatah, the Al-Nusra Front and the Ahrar al-Sham terrorist groups. Turkish military also secretly transferred missiles and ammunition to armed terrorist groups in rural areas of the province of Aleppo from the territory of Turkey.”
In addition, according to Jaafari, a “convoy, carrying terrorists,” crossed the Turkish-Syrian border in the area of the populated locality of Atimah in Idlib province.
The Syria’s representative called on the UN to make Turkey’s regime to close the borders with Syria for armed terrorist groups, as well as to stop arming and financing of such groups.
This year, Damascus sent to the UN secretariat a number of letters, notifying that terrorist groups, operating on the territory of Syria, are “supported by the states in the region and beyond it, in particular, by Erdogan’s regime.” Since the beginning of the conflict, more than 600 such letters were sent to the UN secretariat. However, no one letter has received an answer.