Davutoglu: If we fail today next generations will declare this failure

Davutoglu: If we fail today next generations will declare this failure

London, February 4, 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Spiros Sideris

In an emotional manner spoke Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in the international conference “Supporting Syria and Region” that is taking place in London with the support of the UN.

“If we fail today next generations will declare this failure not as the failure of Syria but the failure of humanity in a global age”.

“We have spent 10 billion dollar only for those who are in the camps”.

“We have to agree on two principals one is humanitarian access for all those who are in Syria”.

“We have two enemies to humanity, Asad regime and Daesh barbaric terrorism”.

“We have to be shoulder to shoulder against those who are committing war crimes”.

“Now ten thousand new refugees are waiting in front of the door of Kilis. Because of the air bombardment attacks against Aleppo. 60 to 70 thousand people in  the camps in North Aleppo are moving towards Turkey. My mind is not in London but in the border, how to relocate these people coming from Syria”.

“Because we have much bigger heart than our budget”, he said and added, “we have to stand shoulder to shoulder against those who are committing war crimes”.