Roj Camp: Turkish attacks enable ISIS to re-organise
The administration of the Roj Camp called on the international community and humanitarian organizations to confront Turkey's threats against North-East Syria and to fulfil their moral, legal and humanitarian duties.
The administration of the Roj Camp, located in the Derik town of the Qamishlo Canton in northern Syria, made a statement on Saturday condemning the latest wave of deadly Turkish attacks which, it said, sought to provide support for ISIS mercenaries and enabled their organisation in Roj and Hol camps.
Reading the press statement, Roj Camp Administration member Fereh Hemdo pointed to Turkey’s repeated threats against North and East Syria, saying that the guarantors of the 2019 deal remained noncommittal about their reaction and attitude.
Hemdo pointed out that numerous ISIS mercenaries and their families that have been held in Roj and Hol Camps since the SDF ended ISIS’ territorial rule in Baghouz constituted a great danger to both North-East Syria and the whole world.
“The occupying Turkish state’s attacks on North-East Syria clear the way for ISIS mercenaries and enable their re-organisation. The attacks also weaken the supervision of the camp, thus enabling the mercenaries in the camp to make an attempt to escape,” the statement said.
The statement condemned the increasingly ongoing attacks on North-East Syria by the occupying Turkish state that targets stability and safety in the region.
The administration of the Roj Camp called on the international community and humanitarian organizations to confront the threats against North-East Syria and to fulfil their moral, legal and humanitarian duties.