Turkey denounces Macron’s gathering with individuals from YPG/PKK-subsidiary gathering

Turkey on Tuesday denounced a gathering between French President Emmanuel Macron with individuals from the supposed Syrian Democratic Council, which is heavily influenced by the YPG/PKK psychological militant gathering, reports Anadolu Agency.

In a proclamation, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Tanju Bilgic said that France’s binds with the “homicidal fear based oppressor association” and its augmentations, which have a dissenter plan, subverts Turkey’s public safety, endeavors to secure Syria’s political solidarity and regional respectability, and to guarantee dependability in the area.

“We likewise remind the French and global public of the way that the association has as of late bloodily stifled tranquil shows of youngsters who would not join the association, besieged nonmilitary personnel targets like Afrin Hospital, assaulted Syrian regular folks, including kids, and tormented detainees to death,” the assertion said.

“We rehash once that Turkey will unfalteringly proceed with its battle against this fear-based oppressor association and its expansions all over,” it added.

On Monday, Macron got an appointment of the purported Syrian Democratic Council at the Elysee Palace in the French capital Paris.

In its over 35-year dread mission against Turkey, the PKK − recorded as a psychological oppressor association by Turkey, the US, and EU − has been liable for the passings of more than 40,000 individuals, including ladies, kids, and babies. The YPG is PKK’s Syrian offshoot.​​​​​​​

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