Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has said that Syria will resist any Turkish invasion of its lands on the official and popular levels.
Al-Assad considered that “if there is an invasion, there will be popular resistance in the first stage, and when military conditions allow for direct confrontation, we will do this thing.”
Al-Assad recalled the clash that took place between the Syrian and Turkish armies a year and a half ago, noting that the Syrian army was able to destroy some Turkish targets that entered Syrian territory.
The Syrian president made it clear that the same situation will recur as military capabilities allow, except that there will be popular resistance.
The Syrian President also stressed that Idlib, where armed groups with the support of Ankara are terrorizing, will eventually be liberated
As for the (Syrian Democratic Forces) controlling the oil wells with American support, Al-Assad emphasized that “any occupation in any country, or any invasion is not the invasion in itself, no matter how large the army is.
The problem, according to Al-Assad, is with the agents who go with the invader. Here lies the problem, and this is in Syria. There are forces working under the American authority on his behalf against the unity of Syrian society.
He said that the natural reaction in this case would be that the vast majority of citizens would not accept deviations towards the occupier and betrayal.
Al-Assad pointed out that the conflicts began between these forces and the citizens, and as long as there is employment, the occupier will remain strong.
The first thing is that there should be a clean-up of the agents, a weakening of these agents, then the occupier will automatically exit because the popular resistance will become against him.
President Al-Assad considered that the solution in the face of any invasion when you do not have the military capabilities is popular resistance. This is the solution.
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