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 Syrian Kurds demand Iraqi Kurdistan president to intervene to save them from "siege and slow death"

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Syrian Kurds demand Iraqi Kurdistan president to intervene to save them from "siege and...  25.12.2012 







 
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Presidency of the Kurdistan Region denies closing the border to Syria's Kurds

December 25,
2012

QAMISHLI, Syrian Kurdistan,— The Syrian Kurds demanded on Tuesday, the President of Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani to opening the border between the region and Syria to facilitate the passage of fuel and goods to the Kurdish areas after the siege imposed by the Syrian government and the opposition, that wants to "limit the role of the Kurds."

The presidency of Kurdistan region denied on Monday evening that it has closed the border with Syria to prevent reception of Syrians, noting that this news are untrue.

A spokesman for the presidency of the region said in a press statement: "such a news has nothing to do with the fact. stressing on the fact that there is no official border ports between Kurdistan and Syria to be closed.

This request came through an open letter directed by the Kurds Youth Union, Yekîtiya Ciwanęn, appealing Barzani to intervene to save the Kurds in Syria from the tragedies, pain, displacement, destruction, siege and slow death."

The message explained that "what increases our suffering is the presence of those armed groups claiming its affiliation to the Syrian revolution," asserting that “these groups surround the Kurdish areas intentionally and rob all kinds of goods that are transferred to the Western Kurdistan in order to weaken the presence of the Kurds through by displacing them and changing the course of a peaceful revolution in Western Kurdistan. "

It is noted that many of the Kurdish-majority cities in the northern regions of Syria went out of the control as they are being managed by local committees,www.ekurd.net after the aggravation of the situation in Syria and the opposed insurgents to the regime of Bashar al-Assad controlled many areas.

More than 63,000 Syrian refugees have fled the bloody conflict in their home country for neighbouring Iraq, according to figures released by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees on Saturday.

According to the U.N. over 54,550 Syrian refugees were in the three-province autonomous Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.

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