The statement came as a meeting with 28 Kurdish parties in the city of Qamishlo in northeastern Syria.
"The Kurdistan National Congress's Relations Committee will continue its work and will hold a meeting with the KNK, the Progressive Party and the Kurdish National Council later," KNK members Daria Ramadan and Delor Zanki stated at a news conference.
The Kurdistan National Congress presented a draft political agenda during a meeting with 28 Kurdish parties.
They added, "the draft political work which has been presented to 28 parties, which accepted the KNK initiative to unite the Kurds."
"The parties will discuss this draft with their members, and they will forward their views and proposals next week to them, to be discussed later on the agreement on the draft."