At a time when the Kurdish street is waiting for concrete steps in the process of unifying the Kurdish ranks, a delegation of leaders from Kurdish National Council visited The Turkish state, which already occupies large parts of Kurdistan and is openly hostile to the Kurds.
The timing and objectives of the visit have aroused many suspicions and resentment among the Kurds.
Farhad Darwish, a member of the Central Committee of the Kurdish Progressive Democratic Party in Syria said "So far we have demanded Kurdish unity, but unfortunately we have not reached a conclusion in resolving the Kurdish issue, or meeting all Kurdish parties at the same table".
Darwish pointed to the seriousness of the Turkish occupation in the northern and eastern regions of Syria, and the crisis in the region, saying, "That is why we wished that all parties would sit down to unite their ranks."
Call for disengagement with the so-called opposition National Coalition
Darwish explained that the reason for the non-participation of the Parties of the Kurdish National Council is their association so far with the national coalition, and said: "We wished that this link will not continue for the time being, because the national coalition is linked to the Turkish state, and the Turkish state kills, abandons and kidnaps civilians and seeks to marginalize Kurdish identity, and its elimination.
"He added: "The Parties of the Kurdish National Council had to make the decision regarding its separation from the National Coalition, and we have to unite and make our decisions in the city of Qamislo.
Darwish wondered how the Parties of the Kurdish National Council visited Turkey and held meetings with them, while killing hundreds of innocent people and destroying Kurdish areas and occupied by it, he continued, "We did not hostile the Turkish state, but it is they who stood up to the Kurds, and occupied the territory of northern and eastern Syria under the pretext of establishing a buffer zone, This is the biggest lie on earth."
Darwish said "The Turkish occupation is trying to thwart the democratic nation's project and destroy the security and stability of the region".
Darwish stressed that the meeting of the Kurdish National Council parties with Turkey has a "reverse effect" on the unity of the Kurdish rank and said: "We as a Kurdish movement seeking Kurdish unity, we were with time to achieve it and reach the interlocutors of common voice and one principle, the last meeting between Turkey and the Parties of the Kurdish National Council created "The biggest obstacles, regarding the unity of the Kurdish class, and it has a negative impact on the Kurdish unity, but we will try to sit at the table again and reach solutions."
Farhad Darwish, a member of the Central Committee of the Kurdish Progressive Democratic Party in Syria, called on all Kurdish political parties to sit down at the table and reach solutions and meet the demands of the Kurdish people.