Syrian Kurds report talks with Assad on roadmap
The Kurdish Syrian Democratic Council (SDC), the political wing of the US-backed SDF, said Saturday it would work with the Assad government on a roadmap for charting “a democratic, decentralized Syria.” The group controls up to one-third of Syria. There was no confirmation from Damascus, The Kurds are seeking the Assad regime’s approval for limited autonomy in their cantons of Hasake and Kobane in the north, where they have set up local administrations. The Assad regime seeks to regain full central control of the country. The Kurds are in negotiation with Damascus on their future status to buy insurance at a time of uncertainty about US plans for Syria.
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IIt time to the Kurd Nation have his nation: Turkey, Iran, Syria and Iraq must help that come true. They willnot loose trafe, cultural enhasment and friendly people. Why so much greedy people, because land grab, killing and untrust is time to look at space travel for the end pf the world. Get educated, gain knowledge, make trafe, develop trust, tale care of the elrderly and new born even if they are black, white, muslin, jews or others. We are getting tire of looking the masacre of this in the ME. Did I asking to mich for educated mon politicañ people?