SDC Representation in Washington hosts seminar on NE Syria future

The Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) Representation in the American capital, Washington, hosted a dialogue seminar on the future of the regions of northern and eastern Syria in light of the current conditions, in cooperation and coordination with Columbia University.

Along with the Representative of the Syrian Democratic Council in Washington "Sinam Mohamad", Mr. Peter Galbraith; a Former Ambassador and Diplomat, Dana Stroul from the Washington Institute and the Chair of the Syria Study Group, and Mr. David Pollock from the Washington Institute; an American Politician, in addition to Mr. David Phillips; the Coordinator of the Peacemaking and Human Rights Program at Columbia University  participated in the symposium.

The Representative of the Syrian Democratic Council in Washington Sinam Mohamed spoke about the vision of the Syrian Democratic Council regarding the future of Syria, and their perception of the comprehensive solution in the country.

Sinam presented the three governance models prevailing on the geography; the model of the authoritarian regime that attempts to control the rest of the Syrian lands without changing its policies, the model of Idlib and the areas occupied by the Turkish state and the violations that occur on a daily basis against the Syrians in the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries' regions, more terribly in Afrin and Serêkaniyê / Ras al-Ain.

The third model represented by the Autonomous Administration which is characterized by pluralism and the participation of all components of the region in it, and the protection of their regions from terrorism and extremism. The Representative of the Syrian Democratic Council in Washington Sinam Mohamed referred to the role played by women in various domains of life.


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