Mesrour, Barzani And Robertson Are Discussing How To Strengthen Kurdish Forces In Syria

Mesrour, Barzani And Robertson Are Discussing How To Strengthen Kurdish Forces In Syria


Mesrour, Barzani And Robertson Are Discussing How To Strengthen Kurdish Forces In Syria
The adviser of the Security Council of the Kurdistan Region Masrour Barzani search with the commander of joint operations of special operations in Iraq and Syria, General Patrick Roberson, “the appropriate mechanism to unite and strengthen” the Kurdish forces in the north and north-east of Syria.
Kurdish people’s protection units control most of Kurdish territory as well as areas outside the self-administration areas in the north of Syria.
The Kurdish units, which lead Syria’s democratic forces, receive support from the United States, but Ankara sees it as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has been locked in a struggle with no sign of stopping since the 1980s.
Barzani and Robertson discussed the latest developments in the fight against terrorism, especially in eastern Syria, during a meeting in Arbil on Wednesday, the council’s adviser said in a statement.

According to the statement, Barzani and the US general considered the US diplomatic developments in the war against Da’ash as “important” .

The statement, without going into details, that the two sides “exchanged views on the appropriate mechanism to unite and strengthen Kurdish forces in western Kurdistan” .
Syria’s demilitarized forces launched what it called the “final stage” in the war against Dash in areas east of the Euphrates at the Iraqi-Syrian border.

The Syrian Democratic Forces, made up of Arab and Kurdish fighters, have managed to expel a handful of vast areas of Syrian territory, controlling almost a quarter of Syria, with the help of the Washington-led international coalition over the past few years.

“West Kurdistan” represents the Kurdish areas in the north of Syria within the areas of self-declared autonomy unilaterally within the framework of a self-rule regime opposed by Damascus.

On the other side of the meeting said the Kurdish adviser and General Roberson that the missile attack on the town of Quesengq in the province of Kurdistan “a step does not serve stability in the region” .
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards fired seven missiles in an attack on a base of two Kurdish parties based in Kuesengjak, about 65 km from the Iranian border. Saturday’s attack resulted in casualties, including senior officials of the opposition parties.

Iran’s relations with the United States have been strained since Washington withdrew from the international nuclear deal with Tehran and resumed sanctions amid warnings from the administration of US President Donald Trump that it would exert “maximum pressure” on the Islamic Republic.

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