Syria Self AdminSeven days after the start of the Turkish aggression, supported by militias and its mercenaries on the north and east of Syria, the humanitarian situation facing our displaced people from the areas affected by the aggression has worsened, amid the complete interruption of humanitarian aid and the suspension of all international organizations and the withdrawal of their staff from the autonomous areas. In northern and eastern Syria.

The number of people displaced by the Turkish aggression has reached more than 275,000, including 70,000 children.

The massive displacement of our people from Tal Abyad, Ras al-Ain and other cities, towns and villages in northern and eastern. They are staying in schools due to the lack of tents and aid after the humanitarian organizations stopped their work at the beginning of the aggression.

We in the self-management of northern and eastern Syria make an urgent humanitarian appeal to the United Nations, the League of Arab States and the European Union countries to intervene quickly and provide medical, logistical and humanitarian assistance to the displaced to avoid the humanitarian crisis caused by the Turkish barbaric attack.

Self – administratiin of northern and eastern Syria
Ain Issa
15 october 2019