Member of the German Parliament for the Left Party, Gregor Gysi, confirmed that the Autonomous Administration is a Syrian national project, he stressed the importance of the Autonomous Administration initiative to resolve the Syrian crisis.
The Syrian Democratic Council affirmed its full support for the "peaceful popular movement" in various Syrian cities, calling at the same time "not to be drawn into the contradictory traps aimed at by the authorities and their security services on one side, and Turkey and its Brotherhood parts on the other".
Politicians in the Future Syria Party affirmed that the crimes of the Turkish occupation within the occupied territories have become exposed to the public, and that the international forces are complicit with the Turkish occupation state, and they warned the Syrian people in general against the Ottoman project that Turkey seeks to complete.
Hussein Othman explained that the Syrian dilemma requires everyone who believes in a peaceful democratic solution to sit at the dialogue table. We expect the next stage to be a stage of dialogues and openness to this initiative.
The deputy co-chairmanship of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria indicated that the Damascus government continued to adhere to the military option, stressing at the same time that the Autonomous Administration initiative is a road map out of the crisis, and considered it an embodiment of the Jeddah Declaration regarding Syria.
Qassas confirmed that the initiative to end the Syrian crisis is very important in a theoretical and intellectual sense, indicating that the Autonomous Administration has done everything to solve the crisis, expressing his pessimism about the position of other parties, saying Will authoritarians, extremists and puppets suddenly turn into advocates of dialogue and freedom?
Politicians in NE Syria confirmed that all attempts, meetings and agreements aimed at normalizing relations between the Damascus government and neighboring countries since the start of the crisis have failed as a result of non-participation of all Syrian component in those meetings and agreements.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, arrived today, to Damascus International Airport, on a visit that is the first in 12 years.
Politician Bakr Hajj Issa confirmed that the earthquake that struck the region provided the Turkish occupation state with a new opportunity to complete its settlement plan, warning the people of the affected areas of the schemes planned against them.
Akram Hesso explained that the developments taking place in the region and their effects will help more and more in bringing the Autonomous Administration project closer to constitutional legitimacy, especially after the Security Council adopted the discussion of Resolution 2,268 instead of Resolution 2,254, and stressed that Turkey is fighting on behalf of the ideal model for the future Syria.
Badran Çiya Kurd stressed, during a meeting with US State Department envoy to the region, Nicholas Granger, the need to open border crossings, including the Tal Koçer crossing, to bring aid to the areas stricken by the earthquake that struck large areas of Syria and left thousands of victims.
A delegation from the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria discussed with the Norwegian Foreign Ministry the latest developments in North and East Syria. In a related context, the Norwegian Red Party confirmed its support for the Autonomous Administration and its condemnation of the Turkish attacks on the region.