German Chancellor Angela Merkel's government has renewed its call for sanctions against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's regime and an end to the refugee agreement with him on the back of his continued aggression on Syrian territory.
According to Deutsche Welle, the party issued a resolution calling for sanctions against the Turkish regime for its aggression against northern Syria, including financial sanctions against its president, members of his government and army chiefs. A complete moratorium on the export of arms to Turkey.
The party demanded in the decision to stop the so-called Hermes guarantees to secure German exports to Turkey and end the refugee agreement with them, through which the Erdogan regime receives a large amount of money in return for preventing refugees from crossing into Europe.
The Turkish regime forces are launching an aggression on Syrian territory in Hasakah and Raqqa in parallel with the targeting of several villages and towns, focusing on infrastructure and vital facilities such as water and electricity stations, dams, oil installations and residential neighborhoods, causing the death of a number of civilians and causing extensive damage and destruction of infrastructure.