Politicians stressed that the people would not be fooled by what Turkey was doing in its quest to end the strike process, and explained that the strikers sent a message through the strike that the Kurdish people loved fraternity and peace, and sought freedom for themselves and others.
"Damascus and the international community's silence gave Turkey the legitimacy of arrogance and occupation in several areas of Syria, particularly in Afrin," said the director of the organizational department of the Democratic Union Party in the city of Girê Spî.
The General Commander of al-Bab Military Council Jamal Abu Juma said that the Turkish occupation is working to create chaos in the occupied city of al-Bab, which is the first beneficiary of that, stressing that they will continue their struggle until the liberation of all Syrian territory from the Turkish occupation.
A member of Kongra Star Coordination in Rojava Dalia Hanan pointed out that in order to block the massacres, the strikers' demands must be heard and the isolation must be ended.
A member of the Central Committee of the Kurdish Democratic Party in Syria in the city of Serê Kaniyê Shawkat Barazi described the violations of the Turkish occupation on the Syrian territory with a gradual plan that began with the invasion and then the demographic change and now the construction of the walls to annex as it did in Iskenderun.
A member of the MSD Relations Center in Aleppo said that the continued military escalation in Idlib "could lead to a holocaust as a result of the killing of civilians and the displacement situation," indicating that any political settlement in Idlib must be achieved with international will.
A politician explained that the main objective of the construction of the wall in Afrin is to obliterate the Kurdish identity and separate Afrin from its motherland Syria. Erdogan seeks to eliminate the project of democratic self-rule calling for the democratic nation, because this project is a Syrian project that does not fit Turkish ambitions, assuring their party's rejection to the wall.
Political parties operating in the north and east of Syria pointed out that the partition wall being built by Turkey in Afrin "is a disgrace to the international community and a flagrant violation of international laws and the Charter of the United Nations." They called on the Syrian regime to express its position on the Turkish occupation's violations, during a statement.
The General Council of the Democratic Union Party pointed out that "the Turkish state has become an obstacle in the way of resolving the Syrian crisis," noting that it poses a threat to the entire Middle East, stressing that the Syrian people with all its components are able to deal with the malicious policies of the Turkish state.
Ahmed Suleiman pointed out that the components of northern and eastern Syria have been able to protect their areas from terrorism. "A safe area should be formed in Afrin canton to protect it from the Turkish state and parties affiliated to it." he said.
Sheikh Abd al-Razzaq al-Salem called for the establishment of a safe area in the areas occupied by Turkey instead of calling for a safe area in northern Syria. "Afrin was a safe area under the Democratic Autonomous Administration, but now Turkey occupies it amid a miserable reality, its residents are displaced under tents, what security is the Turkish occupation talking about?
Ibrahim al-Qaftan said that the Justice and Development Party(AKP) wants to expand the area it occupies. He called on the world to participate in fighting terrorism in ensuring security and stability in the region.
The official in the diplomatic relations of the region of Afrin Mohammed Hassan said that the Turkish occupation and through the construction of buffer walls in Afrin aims to seize and annex Afrin to Turkey, taking advantage of Russian silence, and demanded the Syrian regime to express a strong and clear position on it.
The representative of Modernity and Democracy Party in the Autonomous Administration, expressed their party's concern that there will be a role for terrorists in the political process for the future of Syria, pointing to the lack of seriousness of Russia and Turkey in the real steps to resolve the Idlib issue.