Swedish delegate convoy its country's letter to SDF

The delegate of Swedish Foreign Ministry convoyed a letter from the Foreign Minister to the Syrian Democratic forces, (SDF) during a meeting held today between each one of the SDF and the delegate of the visiting Swedish Foreign Ministry to the NE Syria.

Representatives of the Foreign Ministry of Sweden continue their visit to the NE Syria, in addition to continuing to hold meetings with the institutions of the Autonomous Administration as delegate met this afternoon, the General Command of the Syrian Democratic Forces, at the headquarters in Al-Hasakah.

Last Saturday noon, the delegation that arrived through the border crossing of Semalka to the regions of NE Syria, included each of the "head of the delegation, the special envoy of the Syrian file in the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Per Ornius, in charge of the humanitarian file and assistance at the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thomas Marcus, and the advisor at the European Peace Institute Avin Gettin ".

As part of the delegation’s visit on its third day after meeting with the Women’s Council in NE Syria, it the General Command of the SDF, and was received by each of the “Commander-in-Chief of the SDF Mazloum Abdi, the leader of the Women Protection Units Newroz Ahmed, and the forces official spokesperson, Nasreen Abdullah, the head of the SDF relations, Redur Khalil, and a number of leaders in the SDC.

The Commander-in-Chief of the SDF Abdi welcomed at the start of the meeting to the visiting delegation, while the head of the delegation and the special envoy of the Syrian, Ornius indicated that this visit comes following the ministry last meeting with the Turkish Foreign Ministry, and upon it request for convoying a message of Sweden's ongoing cooperation and solidarity with the region.

"The NE Syria regions have witnessed change since my last visit in 2019, because some of those areas that I visited are now under Turkey's control, and this is sad issue and we regret it." He said.

Regarding the focus of the two parties during the meeting, the leader of the Women’s Protection Units, Newroz Ahmed, told our agency Hawar: “We have focused on the overall necessity of the ongoing relations until the elimination of the remaining ISIS cells and protecting the international community from its danger.”

"together, we discussed means of supporting the region political and military, and solutions regarding ISIS detainees in the SDF prisons and their families, how to build strategic relationships that serve the region. The Kurdish internal dialogue and with other components. " she added.

"We thank the Swedish government for its stances, continuous support and stances against the Turkish occupation towards the people of the region.  We sought the endeavors of the Swedish government through the delegation's talk of their desire to provide more support". She continued.

It is decided that representatives of the Swedish Foreign Ministry will hold a meeting this evening with the Kurdish National Unity Parties, according to the officials of the Protocol Committee accompanying the Swedish delegation.

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