Euphrates clans meet in GIRÊ SPî to discuss Turkish threats

Moments ago, Under the slogan "No to the Turkish Threats Against North and East of Syria, yes to a Safe Syria," the events of the Forum of the Euphrates Clans in GIRÊ SPî / Tel-Abyed is being held.

 

the village of Tanhoza which is located west of Kobani city GIRÊ SPî / Tel-Abyed is witnessing of holding meeting of Euphrates Clans Forum, which initiated its events a few moments ago to discuss the Turkish threats against Syria and northern and eastern Syria in particular.

The Senate Forum in Northern and Eastern Syria was organized in coordination with the Syria Democratic Council with attendance about 1,500 of the clans' notables and many sheikhs in the area, representatives of the Autonomous Administration, political parties, members and administrators of administration and civil society institutions in the Euphrates region from various components of the region.

The major clans of the region will participate in the forum, most notably theal-Bakara, al-Alakidat, al-Jabour, al -Walda, al -Jais, al -Afadla, al -Omairat, al- Anza, Shamar, al- Naeem, al- Majadma and other clans.

Clans' notables came from Manbij, al-Raqqa, al-Tabqa, Deir-ez Zor, Al-Jazeera and Euphrates regions to participate in the forum.

Also participating in the event is the spokesman of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) Saleh Musalm and the head of the Executive Committee of the Syria Democratic Council Ilham Ahmed.

The forum will discuss the Turkish threats against the region and the measures that can be taken to consolidate and protect the gains that had been achieved in the region, and to consolidate the co-existence and brotherhood of peoples.

This comes at a time when Turkey threatens areas of northern and eastern Syria to launch military aggression to occupy new areas of Syria, as happened in the areas from Jarablus to Afrin.

The forum will continue until the afternoon hours of Sunday, speeches are supposed to be delivered in the meeting, discussions will be held on the latest developments in the region.

(T/S)

ANHA


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