Hasso : Ocalan's visions are only way out of region's crises

The member of the political bureau of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Party, considered that the visions put forward by the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan in his recent messages are the only way out of crises and called on Turkey to exploit the opportunity to achieve sustainable peace in the region.

ANHA interviewed the member of the political bureau of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Party, Fathallah Hasso who said, "The recent message of the leader of the Kurdish people, Abdullah Ocalan, is of great importance, calling for a revival of peace in the region."

The Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan, through his message, is making great efforts to bring peace to the region, while the Turkish occupation state continues to pursue a policy of war and threaten the peoples of the region.

In his latest message, Ocalan expressed deep concern about the policies of waving war, pointing to the humanitarian, political and economic losses that have taken place over the past 40 years. He insisted that insisting on these policies would have serious consequences for the region.

He called on Turkey to "deal positively with the message of the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan, because it is the only way out of the crises and conflicts that we are exposed because of the Turkish occupation state.

He pointed to the violations of the Turkish state against the peoples of the region and said, "We as a Kurdish people aimed at reviving the peace."

"The Turkish state is against peace, democracy, and freedom of peoples, and its aim is to revive the Ottoman sultanate again," Hasso added.

"Despite all the practices of the Turkish occupation state to occupy Syrian territory and change its demography, it is always lost, because in reality every country is looking for bloodshed and the displacement of the population of any people, will certainly lose," Hasso said.

The Turkish occupation state has been fighting the Kurdish people and the people of the region in general for decades, but it will not triumph over people who have the will and believe in the democratic nation.

He stressed that the solution to all problems is "the language of dialogue," as called by the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan, "and the Turkish occupation state should seek the language of dialogue because there is a party looking for dialogue and peace."

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