Ramadan: Political parties must join forces to deter Turkish threats

Derya Ramadan confirmed that the Committee of the political parties emanating from the initiative of the Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava, continue its duties and consult and discuss with political parties that have not yet joined the initiative of the Kurdistan National Conference, and pointed out that the stage requires urgent action and political parties must leave their narrow interests aside and allied together.

Member of the Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava, Derya Ramadan, explained that their efforts to unify the visions of political parties in northeastern Syria are continuing, and added "We have taken positive steps to visit political parties and community organizations in the region to explain the objectives of the initiative."

The Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava, sought at the beginning of this year to unite the Kurdish ranks within the regions of north and east of Syria, to face the threats to the region, an initiative was launched following a meeting on January 1 in Qamishlo, which resulted in the formation of a committee to discuss with Kurdish parties and organizations.

Derya Ramadan pointed out that after visits and discussions with political parties, 28 parties and political and social organizations joined the initiative. And said "We held several meetings and two committees were formed, a committee to prepare a draft document and an initiative document, and a roadmap for political parties, where this document was being completed and prepared."

"The second committee is a committee to consult and discuss with political parties that have not yet joined the initiative of the Kurdistan National Conference and continue to work until the moment, and its efforts are continuing to join the remaining parties to the initiative and play its role at this sensitive stage."

In the same context, the member of the Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava, that the regions of northeastern Syria are seriously threatened by the Turkish occupation, and the Kurdish people and political parties to unite.

The Kurdistan National Conference issued a statement on 30 July an urgent appeal to the Kurdish parties and forces to meet urgently and reach a common vision and position against the Turkish occupation of Kurdistan.

Ramadan pointed out that Turkey is constantly threatening the northeastern regions of Syria in order to preserve the gains achieved in north and east of Syria, to stand up to and deter Turkish threats, and to establish the rights of the Kurds within the Syrian constitution. "

(T/S)

ANHA


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