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Why was the news of the “Kurdish-Kurdish” talks in Syria delayed ??

Brusk Hassan – Xeber24.net

For some time now, no party has announced the latest outcome of the Kurdish dialogues that are taking place between the Kurdish national unity parties and the Kurdish National Council in northern and eastern Syria, to find a compromise formula for managing northern Syria.

According to the information we have and from both sides, the dialogues are continuing, intensely and deeply, and have not stopped and are conducted with a strong American presence and under the leadership of the SDF leadership represented by the person of General “Mazloum Abdi”.

And the discussions in this round focus in particular on the style and style of the administration, its participation, how to join and expand it, and also how to distribute the shares, responsibilities and tasks within this administration with the other nationalities, ethnicities, and religions in northern and eastern Syria.

Although the Kurdish street became wondering about the delay in news and statistics of the talks, no official has officially announced anything new until this moment.

According to some information, the reason for the delay was due to the failure of the two parties to reach any consensus until the moment, amid the intensification of the talks on a daily basis.

It is worth noting that the “Kurdish-Kurdish” dialogues are taking place between each of the PYNK Kurdish National Unity Parties and the ENKS Kurdish National Council parties, which are supported by the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Turkey, regarding the mechanism of participation in the democratic self-management that now exists and its expansion.

The talks are taking place after an initiative launched by the commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces, General “Mazloum Abdi”, and with American mediation.

And “Mazloum Abdi” is considered the most trusted figure within the popular Syrian, Kurdish, regional and international milieu.

Translation: Selava Omar

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