Turkey's intervention in Syria's events is required to prevent the clashes in this country, official representative of the Syrian opposition wing in the city of Hama Khaled Abu Salah said today, "CNN Turk" TV channel reported.
"Turkey's support for Syrian opposition is not enough," he said. "It is necessary to intervene in the events in the country."
He said that Syrian President Bashar Assad's staying in power is unacceptable.
"International observers in Syria witnessed the destruction of the civilian population in the country," Abu Salah said.
One of the main reasons that the international community has not intervened in Syria's events is that there is no oil in the country.
According to the UN, the number of victims of the conflict in Syria has exceeded 12,000 people. About 230,000 people became refugees, about one million need humanitarian assistance.