Alloush: ‘Moscow Declaration’ is a crime; must get ready for post-Aleppo
He said that such a declaration is exploitive to the max by Russia and Iran, and a major crime, described as a shame on the international community
The Syrian opposition delegation’s chief negotiator, Mohammad Alloush, told Al Arabiya’s sister channel Al Hadath on Wednesday that the ‘Moscow Declaration’ is a crime against humanity.
He added that such a declaration is exploitive to the max by Russia and Iran, and a major crime, described as a shame on the international community.
He said: “We are counting on Turkey’s role in resolving the Syrian crisis.” He called on the Arab states and the brothers of the Syrian people to stand by Turkey in such negotiations.
As for the scene in Aleppo, he said: “We have to learn from mistakes in the battle of Aleppo for the upcoming battles, in Idlib, Hama, Ghouta, and the south.”
He also called on militant factions in Syria to activate the southern front in the shield. He stressed the need to unite and start again, stressing that the fall of Aleppo does not mean the end of the revolution.
Alloush added: “US President Obama’s administration abandoned the Syrian people and did not provide help, they prevented the arming of the opposition, and is now withdrawing from the political scene in favor of the Russians.”
The “Moscow Declaration” has been in the making since Tuesday following a tripartite meeting between the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, and Iran.
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