Turkish regime's war crimes in NE Syria to be taken to the ICC
The Union of Lawyers in Raqqa is preparing to document the war crimes committed by the Erdoğan regime in northern and eastern Syria, which will be handed over to the International Criminal Court.
Xalid Hesen, a member of the Union of Lawyers in Raqqa, demands accountability for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan regime's crimes in northern and eastern Syria. "The actions of his regime are war crimes and violate international law," he explains.
For this reason, the Union has now begun to produce a documentation of these crimes, to hand over to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
"Our goal is for Erdoğan to be tried for his crimes," said Hesen, who called on international institutions to take a stand against Turkish occupation and war crimes in Afrin.