Sama Bakdash criticized the duplicity of the international community regarding the issue of targeting the Kurds with internationally prohibited weapons and chemical weapons, stressing at the same time the need to form a national unity to ward off the threat of occupation.
The co-chair of the Lawyers' Union of Afrin region, Gabriel Mustafa, said that the committed against civilians in occupied Afrin by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries had exceeded international laws and norms, stressing that they were systematic and organized by Turkish intelligence (MIT).
Politicians from north and east Syria indicated that the attacks of the Turkish occupation army on the region, Şengal, and the Başûr Kurdistan, aimed at undermining the project of the democratic nation and Autonomous Administration with international complicity.
Secretary - General of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Party, Jamal Sheikh Baki, has confirmed that the issue of the people of Afrin is not one of returning to their homes, but of an occupied homeland, and the National Council is trying to end this issue in support of Turkey.
Heads of Kurdish parties demanded the forces of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK) to withdraw from the Guerilla positions, and expressed their categorical rejection of any cooperation with the Turkish occupation state under any name.
The Syrian opponent and coordinator of the Syrian Secular Democratic Rally in As- Suwayda province explained that the AANES model is the best management model in Syria and has made a qualitative leap at all levels.
Journalist Bêrîtan Sarya said that the policies of the PDK against revolutionary movements in all parts of Kurdistan had not changed and said that "the PDK considers its existence to be linked to the Turkish state based on sexual and sectarian intolerance."
The people of Daraa are anticipating the success of the new agreement in Daraa al-Balad, while the Syrian journalist and political analyst Malik al-Hafiz believes that the agreement is a copy of the Russian map, and its success can continue if Russia remains a real guarantor of it, and remains in coordination with the Arab parties, primarily Jordan.
Member of the Chairmanship Council of the Syrian Democratic Council, Mar'I al-Shabli, hold both the Damascus Government and the so-called opposition responsible for turning the country into the epicentre of fighting, where a proxy war was taking place, and stressed that the crisis could only be resolved by a decentralized system.
Kurdish politicians laid stress that fate of the government in Southern Kurdistan is clutched to Kurdistan Liberation Movement calling on head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Masud Barzani to sustain from policies not serving Kurds.
Member of the Political Office of the Kurdish Leftist Party-Syria, Hussein al-Ali, said that the Turkish state is seeking to occupy more territory in the region until the centenary of the Lausanne Treaty in 2023, stressing the necessity to achieve the unity of Kurdish parties in confronting Turkish occupation ambition.