Today, US envoy William Robak met with the Democratic Autonomous Administration of the Kobani canton in the Euphrates region. The two sides discussed the general situation in the region and issues of common concern.
The meeting began with Rubak's congratulations of Kobani people on the occasion of Happy Eid Al-Fitr and wished peace in the region.
In the meeting session, the two sides discussed the general conditions that the region is going through and the difficulties at the economic and service levels. The Autonomous Administration offered a comprehensive briefing on the economic and service difficulties in light of the double blockade on northeast Syria , which negatively affects the performance of service institutions .
The administration also presented the security risks in the border villages as a result of the indiscriminate Turkish shelling of these villages and the targeting of civilians and their property in clear violation of the ceasefire operations.
The administration also discussed the bad economic conditions that the region is going through due to the collapse of exchange rates and the deterioration of the value of the Syrian pound, and its negative impact on the living conditions of the citizen.
While the administration assured the envoy Robak that the hoped-for solution in Syria is to build a political system for a democratic, decentralized Syria that preserves the privacy of northeast Syria and constitutionally affirms the legitimate rights of the Kurdish people.
William Robak, in turn, listened to the administration and asserted that what related to the penal law within the framework of Caesar's Act (Caesar) would exclude autonomous regions and there would be joint action and coordination within the framework of US support programs.
On the security and political side, Roebak promised to submit a detailed report to the U.S. leadership and work to envision appropriate solutions to all outstanding issues.
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