Khalil: there are tangible developments on buffer zone's issue

A member of the Executive Body of the Democratic Society Movement(TEV-DEM), Eldar Kahlil said that "There are likely to be significant developments on the issue of the "buffer zone".

 During in an interview held with the Turkish newspaper Ahval, Eldar Khalil confirmed that the "buffer zone" would instead extend to a maximum of five kilometers across the border, and would not include stable areas and cities and would not be under the control of Turkish forces.

Khalil said that the Autonomous Administration would instead agree to an area guarded by International Coalition Forces that could include Turkish troops and would be active mostly in desert areas.

A member of the Executive Body of the Democratic Society Movement (TEV-DEM), said that they made these proposals conditioned that the Kurdish civilians who were forced to leave their homes in Afrin to return and return all their confiscated properties, adding that the task of providing security should be shouldered on the local forces of Afrin themselves.

The Turkish state has been mobilizing for several days its own forces and military vehicles in the border areas of north and east of Syria.

(T/S)

ANHA

 


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