Iraqi political analyst, Wathiq Al-Jabri, explained ,"the Iraqi state will resort to other means at the appropriate time if Turkey proceeds with its intervention in Iraqi lands," noting that Turkey would like to annex parts of the Iraqi lands to it.
The activist and juristic researcher Abdel Rahman Batran called on the Syrian and Iraqi governments to use all legal means to pressure Turkey due to the catastrophic decline of the Euphrates water.
The official spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces, Kino Gabriel, pointed out that the Turkish occupation continues its threats to the northeast regions of Syria, explaining that it is not possible to exclude Turkey from launching a new attack on the region despite all the agreements and guarantees.
The co-chair of the Public Relation Office of Syrian Democratic Council SDC explained that they are seeking to complete their work to hold the Syrian- Syrian dialogue, while he indicated that they and several Syrian democratic forces and parties formed a committee in order to hold a conference to ensure a political solution and represent the vanguard of the democratic struggle in the future Syria.
The Co-chair of the Union of Intellectuals in the Al-Jazeera region – Al-Hasakah branch, said that Turkey aims of escalating attacks on the regions of northeast Syria and other Arab countries is to annex more territories to the Turkish state and restore the Ottoman era again, with the approaching end of the Lausanne Agreement in 2023.
Politician Ali Karimi said that the interference of the Turkish state in Kurdish affairs does not matter much to Iraq, and noted that it is the policies of the Kurdistan Democratic Party that allowed Turkey to occupy the region.
The head of the International Body for Documenting Genocide against the Kurdish People, explained that the Turkish occupation exploits the weakness of the ruling regimes of Kurdistan to commit its massacres and violations, noting that it requires military force, a unified policy and economic to confront the Turkish occupation, calling for providing them with documents that highlight violations to submit to international parties.
Muhammad Shahin, the Co-chair of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration in the Euphrates region, said that the Turkish occupation state does not abide by international agreements, and continues its attacks on northeast Syria and other countries in the Middle East, against the backdrop of the United Nations calling for a global ceasefire to confront the Corona pandemic.
"The Turkish state seeks, through its continuous attacks on all of Kurdistan, that the Kurds will not reach their rights, and this is not a way for a solution, and if it really wants a democratic solution, it should go to Imrali," she said.
Badran Çiya Kurd said that the understandings that came out of Astana are to satisfy Turkey, and its results come in the context of camouflage and coverage of its occupational projects. He emphasized that there are thousands of terrorists in the regions occupied by Turkey, saying, "This terrorism and its supporters must be fought instead of walking behind Turkey", indicating that Turkey is the only obstacle to resolving the Syrian crisis.
Syrian political analyst Ghiath Naissa pointed out that the statement of the Astana meeting between Russia, Turkey and Iran demonstrated the hostility of these countries to the democratic project proposed by the autonomous administration and said, "The defeat of the project of autonomous administration will mean breaking the back of the Syrian democratic movement for decades, and throwing our country as a prey between the claws of regional and international powers."