BETH NAHRIN — In protest against the Turkish threats and attacks, the political parties, military forces, and civil institutions of North and East Syria demanded that the Russian and U.S.-led International Coalition forces tasked with enforcing the ceasefires agreed with Turkey in October 2019 fulfill their obligations and stop the repeated Turkish violations.
Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) people in the diaspora have also increased pressure on their home countries to do more in the face of Turkish threats to — once again — invade the region.
Nearly 250 European and Syrian public figures warned of the dangerous consequences of the potential Turkish attack on northern Syria, indicating that such a move would endanger regional and international security and contribute to the re-emergence of terrorism.
France’s New Anti-Capitalist Party (NPA) called on the French government to protect the people of North and East Syria from any Turkish threats and denounced the silence of Paris and world powers over the repeated Turkish violations.
According to sources, protests are being prepared to convey the voice of the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) people to European leaders to put an end to Turkish control of land in North and East Syria.
On 30 July, a protest will reportedly be held at the city center of Gissen, Germany.
Discussions are underway to hold other protests in other cities.
The unification of institutions of the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) people and their political parties can contribute to stopping Turkish encroachments, say organizers.
The Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) people and other peoples will incur heavy losses in the event Turkey decides to invade, they added.