Kurdish researcher: With Arab-Kurdish agreement, we will be impermeable barrier to all conspiracies

The Kurdish poet and researcher Lori Tel Dari said: "The unity and agreement among the components of the region reinforces and strengthens the role of the components in standing against Turkish ambitions and plans, and those who support them in occupying the regions of northern and eastern Syria."

The Member of the Executive Committee of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) Doran Kalkan praised on a talk show on Medya Haber T.V, regarding the importance of Kurdish-Arab relations in the new Middle East, and he called for "liberation from the narrow nation-state mentality and chauvinism, and the initiation of developing the management of co-existence among peoples, and democratic unity."

The Kurdish poet and researcher Lori Tel Dari explained about the importance of Kurdish and Arab relations in northern and eastern Syria, and said: "By going back to the history of peoples and their lack of agreement, we see a weakness in their positions and in defending their existence, so if the invaders are united, they will become a force, and at the same time if the defenders of their land are united, they will have more strength and courage."

Lori Tel Dari said: "The discussion and dialogue among all the components of northern and eastern Syria and the agreement on national unity to defend this geography is a successful remedy because many parties have underestimated the importance of unity."

Tel Dari noted that unity and agreement among the components of the region reinforces and strengthens the role of the components in standing against the Turkish ambitions and plans and those who support them in occupying the region, and said: "With unity, we will be an impermeable barrier to all conspiracies."

Lori Tel Dari indicated that Turkey is planning to seize the bounties of this country, dry up its springs, eliminate its wealth and bounties, and deprive its people of them.

The agreement must be based on a national basis with reference and credibility

Lori Tel Dari pointed out that the agreement must be based on a national basis with reference and credibility, so that the enemy cannot violate the agreement, set its agendas among the components and undermine the national agreement among the people of the homeland, and said: "Since the plans and plots being hatched against the people of the region are in full swing and behind the scenes, this requires working with national credibility and putting an end to these occupation plots and ambitions."

Tel Dari also stressed the need for Kurdish parties to unify their ranks and discourse, and said: "The difference of Kurdish political parties does not serve the national interest, so the Kurdish ranks and discourse must be united as well." He noted that the Kurdish political parties' agreement will pave the way for the formation of national unity among the components, and it will have an impact on the international community because the time for wars is over, and this stage requires sophistication at the international level."

Tel Dari pointed out: "The components agreement in northern and eastern Syria makes its influence stronger in the international community, and also constitutes a force and defense against any possible attack by the colonial countries on our regions because the people by division become victims of the auction and the political bazaar among the occupied countries."

Tel Dari criticized the position of some political parties during their visit as a public platform for the offices of these parties, especially those established since the beginning of the sixties, which called for unity, did not agree with each other until now, and underestimated the importance of the unity advocated by the Kurdish Street.

The Kurdish researcher and poet Lori Tel Dari appealed to all parties, personalities and intellectuals to unify the ranks because the agreement and unity between the people of components and political parties has a stronger impact at home and abroad, and contributes to victory over any hostile force in the region.

D.H

ANHA


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