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Popular gathering in Aleppo in denunciation of Turkish interference in Karabakh

Aleppo, SANA- Tens of the locals in Aleppo province on Sunday gathered at al-Azizyia Square in the city in denunciation of the Turkish interference in the conflict over Karabakh region between Armenia and Azerbaijan, calling for stopping the fight there.

Engineer Vera Thomas, secretary of the Syrian Youth Club, affirmed that the aim of the gathering is to condemn the Turkish intervention that creates problems and incites bloodshed and to underline the necessity to stop exporting terrorists and weapons by Erdogan’s regime which is stoking the fire of sedition in more than one place in the world.

Boutros Marayati, Armenian Catholic archbishop of Aleppo noted that the stand aims to show solidarity with the Armenian people and to call for dialogue and understanding to make peace prevail throughout the world.

Meanwhile, Priest Abdullah Homsi, Pastor of the Evangelical Union Church in Aleppo, indicated that the gathering includes all the Syrian spectrums who stand against the ambitions of Erdogan’s Ottoman regime, and his crimes against humanity.

A number of participants in the stand expressed denunciation of the Turkish interference in the ongoing fight between Armenia and Azerbaijan and the attempts to inflame the conflict in the service of the Ottoman Scheme, as George Sadurian said, “Today we demonstrate the cohesion of the Syrian national fabric in fighting the Turkish terrorism and defending history and human rights.”

Father Antoine Tahhan of the Armenian Catholic Church stressed the need to preserve the unity of the homeland and to stand against any occupation or foreign interference in Syria and Armenia.

 Ruaa al-Jazaeri

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