The co-chair of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), Shahuz Hassan. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seeking to revive the Ottoman Empire based on the mentality of the Muslim Brotherhood, and uses ISIS mercenaries for this purpose,The co-chair of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), Shahuz Hassan. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seeking to revive the Ottoman Empire based on the mentality of the Muslim Brotherhood, and uses ISIS mercenaries for this purpose,
Syrian writer and journalist Baha al-Awam stressed that the escalation between Turkey and the European Union, whether in the issue of ISIS or the West, will continue until the summit between Erdogan and the leaders of Germany, France and Britain in London early next month, pointing out that either everyone agrees on the situation in northern and eastern Syria We are seeing a new course for Turkish talks with Washington and Moscow.
The Syrian political and opposition Lama al-Atassi stressed that the Constitutional Committee does not have any mission in the national perspective, and said, "We as an opposition imposed on these names," and felt that "everything that can be issued by these will not be binding, that will not result anything from these expensive meetings ".
Hikmat al-Habib explained that they in northern and eastern Syria do not count on the success of the work of the Constitutional Committee to be held today, wondering how to hold such a meeting at a time when Syrian sovereignty is exposed to external aggression by the Turkish occupation state.
A member of the Board of Trustees of the Arab Organization for Human Rights, Dr. Hafez Abu Seada, confirmed that the violations recorded during the Turkish attacks on northern and eastern Syria are classified as war crimes, and called on the United Nations to form a committee to investigate these crimes in preparation for transporting the file to the International Criminal Court.
A member of the PYD's General Department, Ahmad Khoja, said the plot against leader Abdullah Ocalan was plotted, its purpose to eliminate any form of Kurdish political advancement in the area.
"Turkey is betraying the Syrian revolution in an ugly manner in order to tear it apart," the political board of the Party of Modernity and Democracy of Syria said in a statement.
The head of the Euphrates branch of the Future Syria Party, Kedim Ibrahim, said that the language of the threat followed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expresses his desire to occupy northern and eastern Syria and change the identity of the region.
Badran Hammou, a member of the Relations Office of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC), did not rule out the resumption of military escalation in Idlib between regime forces and mercenaries because of the importance of the north-western province to both sides.
Uthamn al-Sheikh Issa said the absence of representatives of north and east of Syria from the constitutional committee " means that it is a failed step from the beginning."
Kurdish politician Jamal Sheikh Baqi said that the exclusion of the Syrian Democratic Council from the Syrian constitutional committee is an acknowledgment of the division of Syria, adding that "Syrian-Syrian dialogue is the way to resolve the Syrian crisis.
The head of the Future Syria Party, Ibrahim al-Qeftan, considered the formation of the constitutional committee as a violation of UN resolution 2254, and did not expect its success because of neglect of "the most important representative in the subject of the democratic process, the sons of northern and eastern Syria."
A member of the Leading Body of the Party of Modernity and Democracy in Syria, played down the possibility of the success of the work of the constitutional committee announced, considering that the mechanism by which the committee was formed and the absence of representatives of the Autonomous Administration are sufficient reasons for the failure of the committee.
The commander of the Northern Democratic Forces, Abu Omar al-Idlibi, expected a military escalation in the province of Idlib after the tripartite summit, which gathered "the guarantors of Astana" in the Turkish capital, Ankara.
The expert and political analyst Khurshid Daly asserted that Guterres contradicted UN Resolution 2,254, which stipulated that all components of the Syrian people should be involved in the political solution. He explained that the vision of the regime and the so-called opposition to the extent of contradiction on the tasks of the Constitutional Committee, and saw it as a result of the compatibility of the interests of "guarantors of Astana", therefore the Kurds were excluded