Youths' conference ended with recommendations, electing general coordination for Middle East youths

The participants in the second conference of the Middle East youths reached the conclusion of the conference in Kobanî city in northern Syria after electing a council as a "general coordination for the youths of the Middle East." The conference ended with a concluding statement that included a number of recommendations and decisions.


After three days of the second conference of the Middle East youths in which young people from different countries participated, the participants reached a number of resolutions that were voted by the participants that numbered more than 300 people. Accordingly, the final statement issued and read in Arabic and Kurdish, and included,

"We present this conference to the martyrs of the revolution in north and east Syria and the Middle East.

We present this conference to the leader Ocalan, the leader of the democratic nation who created a suitable ground for this conference.

This conference will work against the abstraction imposed on the leader Ocalan and take the struggle as his basis.

In this context, the conference salutes whoever is on the hunger strike among them the parliamentarian Leyla Guven, and see itself as responsible for their goals.

We salute the resistance of the People's and Women's Protection Units (YPG, YPJ) and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) that worked to rescue the region from terrorism.

We present this conference to all the components of north and east Syria because they participated in the revolution of north and east Syria as well as the youths of the Middle East because they protected this revolution with their blood.

This conference is the protection of the blessed revolution in north and east Syria against the imperialist attacks.

This conference considered the young Tunisian Mohamed al-Bo Azizi a torch for the peoples and youths of the Middle East and the commemoration of the martyr in the 17th December 2010.

This conference works to struggle against all attacks of ideology, modernity and capitalism.

This conference stands and struggles revolutionarily against fascism and dictatorship.

This conference takes the revolution as its basis and stands against all attacks against the youths of the Middle East.

This conference considers Turkey as an enemy of the peoples of the Middle East.

This conference considers the Turkish government as a source and main supporter of terrorism in Libya, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Sudan and throughout the Middle East, and unites the efforts to struggle against that.

This conference salutes the resistance of the Palestinian people and rejects the Israeli attack on Palestine.

This conference considers America, Russia, Iran, Turkey and Qatar to be responsible for the Syrian crisis.

This conference calls for standing by the Sudanese in their revolution demanding freedom and justice.

This conference is a protection for the Druze, the Armenian, the Yazidi, the Kakoy, the Lauri, the Syriac peoples and all the minorities in the region.

This conference strongly condemns the crimes of the Baathist regime in the last years.

This conference strongly denounces the countries that have worked to prevent young people from participating in this great event.

This conference works to support the youths' struggle in Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco and Algeria.

The annihilation of the Syriacs and Armenians concerns the peoples of the Middle East.

Taking the principle of joint presidency in the Middle East.

At the conclusion of the conference, the audience elected a general coordination for the Middle East youths that is consisted of 40 members of a number of political organizations and parties scattered throughout the Middle East countries.

It is worth mentioning that the conference was the second of the youth of the Middle East. The first conference was held in 2015 in Amed city in North Kurdistan. Members of more than 50 youth movements and organizations participated in the conference held in Kobanî city, north of Syria, while the authorities of South Kurdistan prevented a number of youth revolutionary movements to cross to north Syria and participate in the conference which witnessed extensive discussions about a number of sections throughout the three days."



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