419 people abducted in Turkish-occupied territories in northern Syria in 11 months
It was announced that 419 people have been abducted since the beginning of the year in the areas occupied by the Turkish state in northern Syria.
The Rights Violations Documentation and Legal Centre published a report on the mass abductions carried out by the gangs of the occupying Turkish state in the areas it occupied in northern Syria.
According to the report, the "Syrian National Army" gangs and its affiliated mercenaries continue to commit crimes against the people.
The Rights Violations Documentation and Legal Centre said that it is in contact with the families and relatives of the prisoners, noting that arrests by the Turkish army and gangs in the occupied areas of Syria affects everyone and no prosecution is carried out.
The Centre stated that 419 people have been abducted in 2023 in Afrin, Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî regions occupied by the Turkish state.
The report stressed that the Turkish state pursues the policy of "creating chaos and gathering dozens of terrorist organisations together”.