The attention of the Kurdish street during the recent period tends to declare a Kurdish unity between the parties in Rojava, especially after the initiative launched by the Commander -in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi.
Secretary of the Kurdistan Democratic Party – Syria KDP, and the General Coordinator of the Union of Kurdish Parties Forces in Rojava Abdul Karim Siko, and during a meeting with ANHA agency, he stated that the Kurdish National Council is invoking unjustified arguments in order to procrastinate and thwart all projects aimed at building the unity of the Kurdish rank.
Siko indicated that the Kurdish National Council has foreign policy in its policy, and this policy he pursued since the beginning of the Syrian revolution, and left him to the homeland, thinking that foreign countries will come to establish a homeland for them, and its dependence on external power thwarted all initiatives to solve the Kurdish issue.
Siko also expressed his surprise at the visit of the Presidency of the Kurdish National Council, led by Muhammad Ismail, to Turkey! He said: "How do you visit those who kill our children and displace our women, at a time when we most need national unity," and considered the statements of the leadership of the Council on the unity of the Kurdish rank with statements that serve the enemies of the Kurdish people.
On the reason the Kurdish National Council rejected the initiatives that called for the unity of the Kurdish rank, Siko indicated that they are trying to implement the experience of Başûr Kurdistan by distributing the administration between them and the Democratic Union Party, marginalizing about 30 other parties, and marginalizing the rest of the components from Arabs and Syriac.
Siko explained that the components of NE, Syria are "continuing to struggle against any occupation or threat to its lands, and for this they have offered thousands of martyrs and the National Council must return to the homeland, and complete the march of struggle with the rest of the components of society with its parties and ects."
At the end of his speech, Siko explained that the Kurdish unity is at a dangerous juncture, but the unity of the views and the future of the people are still possible. He said: "Therefore, the Kurdish National Council must join the Democratic Autonomous Administration DAA and work on the legacy of the martyrs of the sons and daughters of the region."