Syria should continue fighting the US, Turkish and Israeli invaders who attacked the country right after it got rid of terrorists, Bouthaina Shaaban, an adviser to the Syrian president, said Monday.
"We should go on fighting any foreign invaders on our land, whether it's Israeli, American or Turkish," Shaaban said at the Valdai Discussion Club's Middle East Conference.
She noted that those countries launched attack against Damascus right after it managed to free the country of terrorists. "When we are able to liberate most of our land from terrorism, Israel, Turkey and the United States start to attack our land," the adviser stressed.
On January 20, Ankara launched Operation Olive Branch in Syrian northern district of Afrin.
The Turkish army, backed by Free Syrian Army (FSA) terrorist group, has been conducting a ground and air offensive against Syrian northern district of Afrin since January 20.
On February 7, the US-led coalition, which is conducting military operations against the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria without the authorization by the government of President Bashar Assad or the United Nations Security Council, said it had conducted defensive airstrikes against pro-government forces in Syria that attacked the headquarters of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) east of the Euphrates River. On February 8, media reported citing a US official that at least 100 Syrian pro-government troops had been killed in the coalition’s air and artillery strikes.
On February 10, Israel dawn launched a new aggression against one of the Syrian military bases in the central area, and the Syrian army air defence confronted the aggression and hit a fighter jet.