The Democratic Union Party PYD launched a voluntary initiative under the slogan "Work is Freedom", in which hundreds of members of institutions, councils, communes and the Autonomous Administration representatives participated. The initiative aims to reap agricultural crops, support low-income or non-income families and revive the spirit and culture of teamwork and cooperation between the components.
Member of the co-presidency in the Democratic Union Party (PYD) Yousef, made it clear during a statement to Hawar News Agency that the initiative was launched with the aim of raising the level of participatory and communal, and the spirit of responsibility among all components of the region.
She pointed out that "the customs, culture of love and cooperation in which the components of the northeast regions of Syria are known are observed to decline from time to time, so it was necessary to take such initiatives to revive these cultures to become a reference and a solid basis for the solidarity of our society."
she emphasized that the development of society is fundamentally and directly linked to the rapprochement between the existing components, common tragedies and sufferings that strengthen the bonds of love among them through cooperation and alleviating the burdens of each other.
Yousef noted that the work of political parties is not limited to the political domain only, but falls on its shoulders to develop societies in all aspects, and to serve the people and meet their needs in the first place.
She indicated that the Democratic Union Party launched several campaigns, including the Reforestation Drive that was led by PYD's youth and the hygiene campaign on May 10 under the slogan "Our Beauty is the Beauty of our City."
This was the initiative to harvest lentil crops, which began on May 27, interspersed with a spirit of cooperation and familiarity between the components of northern and eastern Syria, where "Kurds, Arabs and Syrians" participated, and this initiative will cover all regions of northern and eastern Syria.
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