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Dutch government doesn't have the right to speak about human rights after supporting terror groups in Syria: Foreign Ministry

DAMASCUS, (ST)- The Dutch government doesn't have the right to speak about human rights and civilians' suffering in Syria, especially after its scandal of supporting terrorist organizations in Syria, a source at the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates said in a statement on Saturday.

Once again, the Dutch government, which has accepted to be a subordinate to the United States, insists on using the Amnesty International in the Hague as a platform to overpass the United Nations and the international law, in order to serve the political agenda of the US in a blatant violation of its commitments as the Amnesty International Headquarters state, added the source.

This government doesn't have the right to speak about human rights and the protection of civilians after its scandal before the public opinion and the Dutch tax-payers of supporting and funding armed groups in Syria classified by the Netherlands' public prosecution as terrorist organizations,” the source clarified, pointing out that the new Dutch stance is nothing but a maneuver to cover up the scandal of this regime.   

The source stressed that the Syrian government reserves the right to sue all who have been involved in supporting terrorism in Syria and holds the governments and individuals, who participated in shedding the Syrians' blood, responsible for the human casualties, for the destruction of Syrian infrastructure and facilities and for the looting of the Syrian people's resources.

 Hamda Mustafa

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