Israeli occupation's project to invest wind movement in Occupied Golan is dangerous on region' security and stability
DAMASCUS_ The Foreign and Expatriates Ministry addressed an official letter to the UN Secretary-General and President of the Security Council on the Israeli occupation's intention to move ahead with the project of establishing electricity generating plants in the occupied Syrian Golan investing the continuous wind movement there .
In its letter, the Ministry called upon the UN Secretary General and the President of the Security Council to shoulder their responsibilities and warn of the dangers of this projects on the security and stability in the Middle East and the future of peace in it.
The letter warned of the intention of the Israeli Green Wind Energy Company (Mei Golani) to expand the project of wind turbines on the territories of the Syrian Golan as to supply the region with 150 mega-watt with a total cost of USD 300 million.
The letter drew attention to Israeli efforts to encourage foreign companies to invest in this project such as the Spanish Multimatrix Company and the American Energy Services (AES) Corporation.
The letter pointed out to the failure of Israeli efforts to market the project among the people of the occupied Golan due to their adherence to their motherland, Syria, and their faith in the return of the occupied territories to their legitimate owners.
It called upon the UN Secretary General and the Security Council President to put an end to Israel's benefiting from events in Syria to go too far in its projects which aimed at changing the natural and geographic aspects of the occupied Golan and plundering its resources, stressing that this act constitutes a flagrant violation of international convention that regulates the relationship between the occupation state and the people in the occupied territories.