ASALA: any Turkish threat to Syrian Armenian community will be countered

ASALA: any Turkish threat to Syrian Armenian community will be countered

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA) released a report on the policy Turkey pursued in the recent years.

“Any military adventurism or any direct or indirect violation of the security and the social cohesion of the Armenian community of Syria on the part of Turkey will be met by similar counter-measures.

The conspiratorial and hostile policy of the Turkish state against the neighboring countries reached its peak and has led Turkey in a total isolation in the whole region.

The aggressive policy against Iraq’s integrity, the direct military intervention in the bloody crisis of Syria, the continuation for more than 20 years of the blockade imposed on Armenia, the conspiratorial and double-faced policy towards Iran, the non-stopping threats against the territorial integrity of Greece and Cyprus and the augmenting coercive measures against the Kurdish people have transformed Turkey into a center of danger for the stability of the region.

We call the Turkish intellectuals and the progressive public of Turkey to face the black pages of their national history and condemn the continuing policy of hatred, conspiracy and genocide against the neighboring peoples, adopted by their country’s government which is cherishing dreams of a revival of the bloodthirsty Ottoman regime. This policy achieves only to sustain and increase the enmity and hatred between Turkey and the neighboring peoples.

We express our solidarity to all the peoples of the area and we declare that the Arab people will decide its destiny and shape its future all alone without the crocodilian tears and hypocritical care of the Turkish ruling circles,” press service of Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA) reported.

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