The Kurdish negotiations, which actually began last June, continue their efforts to come up with an agreement that brings the Kurdish political parties together in Rojava.
The Kurdish National Unity Parties and the Kurdish National Council in Syria will participate in the talks. On June 17, the two sides announced a common political vision in the end of the first stage of the talks.
The Kurdish street in northern and eastern Syria is waiting for the start of the second phase, in which it is expected a unified Kurdish political reference, while many criticized the delay in the desired agreement and called on the parties to work more quickly to achieve unity.
Politicians propose to accelerate the negotiation in the current stage, which is witnessing great political fluctuations such as the American elections and the intensification of regional conflicts in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen.
The independent political activist and lawyer Baqer believes, in an interview with Hawar News Agency, that "the current stage requires the negotiating parties to speed up to reach an urgent result."
He added, "The disagreement that struck in the past between the Kurdish parties is a long-standing one, for this reason, the Kurdish unity went through several previous stages, such as Hawler 1, Hawler 2 and Duhok, all of this before these current negotiations began, as there is seriousness in meetings and negotiations and it will result from the real desire to reach final agreement. "
Regarding the delay in negotiations, Baqer said, "We are in front of the eyes of the whole world in this geography. There is a slowdown in the consensual movement. We are required in these sensitive circumstances to come up with unified Kurdish paper through which we explain to the world the demands of the Kurdish people".
He went on to say, "We are required to be an example for all Syrian regions to reach a decentralized, democratic Syria, especially since this Syrian geography managed to defeat terrorist organizations that terrorized the whole world. This people has proven to the world that it is worthy to enjoy a safe and secure life. "
Regarding the continuing threats on the north and east Syria, Baqer said, "The threats are clear, especially that of Turkey on the Kurdish people, and the apparent dissatisfaction of the Syrian regime and the Iranian regime regarding the situation of our regions. These threats impose on the negotiating parties to speed as much as possible to reach a paper that protects the future of this region. "
He noted that "there is a duty on the political parties to expedite the agreement, there are serious threats against the region and time is short for the Kurdish parties to reach satisfactory results."
He stressed the need for the political parties negotiating to have sentimental approaches based on consensus and compromise in negotiation because both parties do not have any other options without Kurdish unity.
Baqer appealed to the Kurdish community present on the European continent to deliver a message to European countries stating, "Stop killing on this geography, stop destroying, wars must be stopped completely."
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