Syria: a letter to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

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Syria asks UN Security Council to Prosecute Turkey for Supporting Al Qaeda Terrorists

January 1, 2014

Damascus has officially asked the UN Security Council to prosecute Turkey and all countries that support the militants operating in Syria.

In a letter to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that was released on Monday, Syria’s Ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja’afari said that aiding the militants is a blatant violation of the resolutions of the international guiding bodies, including the resolutions of the UN Security Council.

“The Turkish authorities are systematically offering help in supplying arms to terrorists operating in a number of districts” in Syria, he said.

“They support the groups which every day carry out terrorist attacks against the Syrian people, government buildings, and other infrastructure facilities,” the diplomat wrote.

Ja’afari pointed out that the terrorists “do not stop attacking hospitals, schools, Muslim and Christian shrines, diplomats and even children.”

“They were trained on the border with Syria, after which the Turkish authorities helped them penetrate the neighboring country,” the letter said.

Photo: American Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, left, escorts United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon into the Pentagon as Ban Ki-moon arrives for an honor cordon, Thursday, April 18, 2013. 


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U.S. Arms Sales to Turkey During the Clinton Administration: http://www.fas.org/asmp/library/reports/turkeyrep.htm

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