Administration of North and East Syria submits urgent report on Turkish attacks to international bodies and human rights organizations

NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — Representatives of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) have urgently dispatched a comprehensive file to official international bodies, human rights organizations, and prominent political figures, documenting the recent intensified attacks by Turkey on vital civilian infrastructure in North and East Syria.

As the Turkish occupation army persists in its aggressive actions in the region, targeting infrastructure with escalated bombings resulting in civilian casualties, the file has been promptly delivered to various entities, including the office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, the office of the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen, Human Rights Watch, and other international, human rights, and humanitarian organizations, as well as notable political figures.

The AANES representation in Europe has ensured the delivery of the file to crucial parties, while the representative in Austria has presented the report to 106 entities. Simultaneously, representations in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg have sent the report to European Union representations, representatives in the European Parliament, and various parties and committees in Scandinavia.