Speaker addresses messages to UN, different parliamentary associations to condemn Turkish regime crime of cutting off water in Hasaka
Damascus, SANA-Speaker of the People’s Assembly, Hammoudah Sabbagh, addressed 48 messages, by the name of the Assembly, to UN Secretary General, heads of international parliamentary organizations and UN high commissioner for the Human rights, condemning the continued crime of Turkish occupation and its mercenaries who cut off water in Hasaka and its vicinity.
Sabbagh called for exerting all forms of pressure on the Turkish occupation regime to immediately stop that heinous crime and supply the drinking water to more than one million citizens in Hasaka and its countryside.
The Speaker, late last year, has addressed 37 letters, by the name of the Assembly, to UN Secretary General and heads of international parliamentary organizations, denouncing the Turkish regime ugly crime of cutting off water to more than one million citizens in Hasaka.
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