AL-TABQA-The Co-chair of the Syria Democratic Council (SDC) Elham Ahmed linked success of any Syrian settlement to the absence of any foreign forces, pointing out that the international society which admired the experience lived in the areas liberated by the Syrian Democratic Forces and co-existence between the Arabic and Kurdish peoples.
This statements have come during a meeting held in al-Tabqa city where the Co-chairs of the Legislative Council of al-Tabqa city and large number of clans’ notables and elders in the region, Ahamd reviewed latest developments on the Syrian arena.
“The war in Syria is coming to an end,” she said, while doubting a near solution to end the war that has been raging for nearly 7 consecutive years”.
She recalled the failure of previous international conferences held to claim a final solution to the conflict in Syria.
Ahmed said of those conferences “they proved to be a failure because there is no real opinion of the Syrian people in it.”
A few days ago, the eighth round of the Geneva negotiations ended with nothing new about the Syrian conflict.
The Co-chair of the Syria Democratic Council held the parties involved in the negotiations responsible for their failure. “Both sides present the regime and the opposition itself by failing to do so by insisting on the opposition to Bashar’s departure as a precondition before engaging in any negotiations, as well as intransigence of the regime and its insistence not to address this, in addition to the rest of his policies that brought the country to this tragic situation. “
In the context of her speech, Elham referred to the paper submitted by the UN Special Envoy to delegations of the Syrian regime and the so-called opposition in Geneva, which included the term “Democratic Republic of Syria”, acceptance of local governments and rejection by a section of the opposition.
Geneva ended with De-Mistura’s apology to the Syrian people for the failure of the round of negotiations (Geneva 8).
“The conference of Sochi, which was scheduled to be held in March after being postponed several times, was called “the Conference of the Peoples of Syria” and represented a full Syria, but the intervention of Turkey led to a change to the Syrian National Dialogue Conference “.
“If the constitution and the electoral process are discussed seriously,” said the Co-chair of the Syria Democratic Council (SDC) of Elham Ahmed, the possibility of the conference being successful.
Ahmed spoke about the success of the experiment in the liberated areas of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and that “Syria is a federation to keep Syria united through the establishment of local administrations that manage its areas to provide them with welfare and security. These administrations are linked to the center (Damascus) in some ways so.”
Ahmed spoke about the success of the experiment in the liberated areas of the Syrian Democratic Forces “Syria should be a federation to keep Syria united through the establishment of local administrations that manage its areas to provide them with welfare and security. These administrations are linked to the center (Damascus) in some ways so, and the SDF is interested in this”.
“Some of the people of Syria are dependent on the strength of the coalition, and otherwise it would not work,” he said. “We won the first war against “Daesh” in Serê Kaniyê and many other areas without interference from the coalition forces.”
Ahmed pointed to the proximity of Syrian Democratic Forces from the liberation of the eastern countryside of Deir –ez –Zor and the formation of administrations there immediately after liberation.
In the context of her talk about the need to defend the people of the liberated areas, IS gangs example ended in areas to emerge again in another like Idlib.”
Elham spoke of the international society’s admiration for the democratic experience in the liberated areas, and “lack of any fighting between the Kurds with the Arabs, contrary to their expectations as in other parts of the world.” “No surprise, we are all Syrians.”
Then Hamed Abdulrahman Al-Faraj the Co-chair of the Legislative Council confirmed some of the points that Ahmed referred to, such as the importance of defending al- Tabqa in light of the proximity of the foreign regime-backed militias from it.