The Syrian Democratic Council reveals to us what happened between them and the American administration during their meeting in Washington
The delegation of the Syrian Council of Democracy confirmed Headed by the joint president of the executive board of the Democratic Syrian Council “Ilham Ahmed” To US officials who met with them not to accept that any third-party run the regions of Roj Ava Kurdistan – northeastern Syria and They are determined to have the right to administer and protect their areas.
The representative of the Syrian Democratic Council in Washington, “Bassam Said Isaac” In a statement to our agency “Xeber 24” that the visit comes in the context of consultations on the latest developments in the Syrian issue in general And in particular developments in East Euphrates under the recent statements of US President Donald Trump.
Issac said they had met with the US Senate and other US officials over the past two days.
“The meetings dealt with the Turkish threats to the north and east of Syria As well as what has recently been raised on the subject of the safe area and made clear our position from them. ” Issaq said
Isaac said they discussed with US officials the issue of the withdrawal of US forces and their dependencies on East of Euphrates
He confirmed that their position is clear and that they do not accept any role for any third party in the management of their regions, “Roj Ava Kurdistan “- northeast of Syria, There are several scenarios for security arrangements on the border with Turkey, But they do not give up their right to manage their areas, “Roj Ava – northeast of Syria This is a right gained by the blood of martyrs.
Issaq added “Of course, in all our meetings with officials and members of the Legislative Council from the Congress and the Senate there was The question is about our discussions with the regime We explain our position and why we enter into these discussions What are our aspirations for the future shape of Syria, And explain our political position regarding the shape of Syria in the future, and why we look forward to a decentralized pluralistic Syria. ”
Issaq noted that all discussions discuss the security needs of their areas and the importance of protecting their areas until we reach a comprehensive political solution to Syria.