Since last year, the Kurdistan National Conference Committee of Rojava branch, has been working hard to arrange the Kurdish political movement in Syria and unify its speeches, with the aim of establishing a unified political reference, to prevent threats to the areas of northern and eastern Syria, especially Turkish threats.
In order to establish the climate for the Kurdish-Kurdish dialogue, and based on the public interest and in response to the Kurdistan National Conference and the unification of the national position, the Committee demanded that the unlicensed parties in the Democratic Autonomous Administration DAA open their offices, but the parties of the so-called Kurdish National Council refused to open political offices and continued to accuse the Autonomous Administration of obstructing its work Political.
The committee also seeks to hold a conference to unify the Kurdish row in the next few days, in light of repeated threats to occupy areas of northern and eastern Syria by the Turkish state which is suffering from Kurdish phobia.
A source familiar with the meetings between the Kurdistan National Conference Committee and the Kurdish parties in Syria said that there are several parties that refused to participate in the conference, which are parties affiliated with the so-called Kurdish National Council, the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria and the Kurdish Yekiti Party, which is part of the so-called Syrian opposition coalition that occupies Afrin.
The informed source pointed out that the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria, also did not respond to the invitation to participate yet.
The source confirmed that the committee to discuss with the Kurdish political parties within the Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava, has communicated more than once with the Kurdish National Council Party, the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, and the Kurdistan Yekiti Party, and put forward its initiative to unify the Kurdish vision, but those parties even refused to meet Committee or visit its political offices.
He explained that they have also visited several times the office of the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria, but the latter has not yet disclosed his participation in the conference of the Kurdish unit.
The so-called Kurdish National Council, led by the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), met with Turkish intelligence"MIT" on June 27. The meeting resulted in a decision to defame the PYD as a terrorist and to hand over areas of northern and eastern Syria to the Kurdish National Council following the Turkish occupation.
Turkish intelligence is now seeking to form the so-called `` Eastern Euphrates government '' along the lines of the Afrin Local Council, which was formed before Turkey's occupation of Afrin on March 18, 2018, following a meeting between Turkish intelligence and representatives of the so-called Kurdish National Council.
During this period, the Council included several figures from the National Council, namely Abdul Hakim Bashar, Kamiran Hajo and Azad Osman.
And then had changed to Afrin Rescue Council and marginalized the role of the Kurdish National Council after Turkey's occupation of Afrin by the same Council testimony.
A special source confirmed to our agency (ANHA) that a person named Munther al-Sallal, head of the so-called stabilization committee in Aleppo province, handed over a document to the head of the foreign relations office in the Kurdish National Council, Kamiran Hajo in late June.
The document included the mechanism of the formation of the so-called (Euphrates East Government) in addition to several proposals, most notably supporting the sleeper gangs of the mercenaries of Turkey in several areas recently liberated by the Syrian Democratic Forces from ISIS mercenaries.
Munther al-Sallal, confirmed to the Turkish daily al-Ahwal on July 30, 2018, that they are linked to the Turkish state and said: “We are in close contact with Turkey because the Turkish government is active in the region and because it provides services. We also rely on government assistance regarding the border crossing, we have had no problems with the Turkish government because we are an "independent" organization. They respect our work and consider us part of the Syrian opposition!?