Former HDP Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş has made a statement following the death of 33 soldiers in Idlib.
Former HDP Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş, detained for more than three years in Edirne Prison, has sent a message regarding the 34 soldiers who were killed in the air raid staged by the Syrian army in the Syrian town of Idlib.
Demirtaş’s message read as follows:
“May God bless the souls of the security staff who lost their lives in the attack in Idlib and I send my condolences to their relatives and wish the injured a speedy recovery. I share their pains and concerns with all my heart.
I hope the policies of war, conflict and tension being pursued at home and abroad will not lead to further destruction and pain.
Pushing for the solving of problems through peace and dialogue under all conditions is the most honourable and virtuous approach. Let us raise our voice of peace, not cries of war.” (EVRENSEL DAILY)