El presidente sirio, Bashar al-Assad, culpó a Turquía de los planes expansionistas con respecto a los distritos del norte del país. Lo dijo el martes mientras visitaba al ejército sirio en un sector frontal de la gobernación de Idlib, informó la agencia de noticias SANA:

“El presidente turco ha robado petróleo y trigo de Siria y también le quitó fábricas a Aleppo, y ahora [Tayyip] Erdogan quiere robar parte del suelo sirio con sus recursos naturales”, dijo la agencia de noticias citando al líder sirio.

Bashar al-Assad destacó que Siria “valora igualmente cada parte de su tierra, por lo que el desarrollo de la situación militar tiene la mayor importancia”.

“Hemos estado diciendo que la batalla en Idlib tiene una importancia crucial y pondrá fin a la anarquía y al terrorismo en todas las regiones sirias”, dijo el presidente sirio, dirigiéndose al ejército.

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