MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The diplomat said that Turkey even now is letting hundreds of terrorists to enter Syria through its border.
"They [Turkish authorities] claim they will enter Syria to attack Daesh. In reality, they want to interfere in Syrian affairs to save Daesh, to save terrorism in our country," Haddad said in an interview with Rossiya 24 television.
On Sunday, NTV channel reported citing a military source that Turkish forces have continued to shell YPG positions in Syria killing two Kurdish fighters.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu claimed that Turkish forces had shelled Kurds' positions in northern Syria as a "retaliatory measure."
"We shall counter this aggression with our allies, we shall staunchly oppose it in order to protect our sovereignty. we believe that any intervention of the armed forces should be coordinated with the Syrian government. Otherwise it would be a violation of our sovereignty and we shall not accept it in any way," Haddad stressed, talking about Saudi and Turkish military involvement in the country.
"There are no humanitarian tragedies in territories controlled by our government forces…but in areas where terrorists are active there are problems with food deliveries," Haddad said.
The ambassador added that humanitarian cargo deliveries are often intercepted by terrorists to "deliberately spread hunger among the population."