European Commission: Turkey’s presence in Syria is an occupying power

Within a week, the European Commission published its report, which included sharp criticism of Turkey.

 The report stated that “the foreign policy of the Turkish state does not match the foreign and security policy of the European Union, and the report also stated that Turkey continues its military movements in northern Syria through its mercenaries, and at the same time is expanding its infrastructure in northern Syria.”

 The European Commission explained that “the human rights situation in the areas under the control of the Turkish occupation state and its mercenaries raises concerns, describing the Turkish state as an occupying power.”

 It should be noted that this is the first time that the European Commission has described Turkey’s presence in northern Syria as an occupying power.

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