A Kurdish-Syrian official in northeastern Syria has told North-Press about the Kurdish-Kurdish rapprochement brokered by Kurdistan Regional Government KRG, that the opportunity is ripe for a Kurdish national conference, and that the military forces could be a point of alliance between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the Peshmerga Forces in KRG.
Bedran Jiya-Kurd, an advisor of the Democratic Autonomous Administration in north and east of Syria, said that the Kurdish people are going through moments which he described as "historic and fateful, after a hundred years of division and genocide against our people in the four parts of Kurdistan, which was made according to the ‘Sykes-Picot’ agreement, as all the bloody and ethnic national conflicts in the Middle East are of its products."
"The nature of plans and projects of the dominant forces, is now defining the forms of conflicts and alliances between parties and poles," he added.
According to Mr. Jiya-Kurd, the rules of the game and the forms of conflicts are "changing based on new balances and relations, in the context of a comprehensive world order," he said.
Since the loss of “any of the four complementary parts in Kurdistan means the loss of the others in sequence”, according to him, the role of KRG administration, as it has a legal and legitimate status. Moreover, he stressed that it - the administration of KRG - is surrounded by the Iraqi, Turkish and other regional risks.
The Kurdish-Syrian official believes that any initiative made by the KRG administration to serve the unity of the Kurdish ranks, will be supported by them, stressing that they "will be responsible for this in the approach of the sacrifices we have made, and in a manner that would be befitting us," he said.
Such initiative is also seen as "a national support for KRG government, it would address challenges and make up a strong support for the Autonomous Administration in north and east of Syria," Mr. Jiya-Kurd stressed.
Furthermore, the autonomous Administration advisor goes further by arguing that, a strategic alliance could be achieved between the Autonomous Administration, KRG, SDF and the Peshmerga forces, in order to serve common interests and goals.
Thus, according to Jiya-Kurd, "the weakness of the Autonomous Administration would mean their weakness and vice versa, our strength lies in KRG government's one," pointing out that "we have to take this issue into consideration in accordance with overall national path."
He stressed that this time the opportunity is more favorable than ever before for the Kurdish political forces, to hold the "National Conference of Kurdistan."
He said that joining ranks is important for two reasons: “First, to realize and assert the legitimate rights of our people, since regional and international conditions are fully mature, while the second is to block the dangers of genocide.”
"The Syrian, Turkish and Iranian regimes were receiving international and regional support to continue their aggressive policies against our people," he acknowledged.
"Now, the verse has reversed, since the issue of our people and military forces have been receiving blatant international and regional support that they have not received in a century. This was evident during the Turkish military attack with its mercenaries on the areas of north and east Syria, and the alliance of the largest international force with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), People's Protection Units (YPG) and the Peshmerga Forces," Mr. Jiya-Kurd confirmed.
He added that to achieve the historical dream we must not "miss this historic opportunity, and all Kurdish forces must unite their efforts within a comprehensive national framework, and do what is required by the sacred supreme national interests, leave ditching and stay away from turning any Kurdish party into a tool to implement another agenda aborting our hope in freedom."
He also called for all political parties to pay attention to the call of the SDF in this context and to support it as a victorious military force.
"The two should not disagree with each other regarding the Turkish aggression and its mercenaries in calling it as hostile or supporting it because it does not need a proof or arguments to prove that the Turkish attacks and its allies are aimed at the existence of our people and their gains."
In addition to the recognition that "who tries to evade and mislead this goal, targets a particular political party only, deceit and false self-legitimacy of that aggression."
"Military forces which played a strategic and national role in protecting the people and the country and defeating terrorism, can be a point, around which all political forces and blocs meet, despite their political and theoretical differences," he concluded.
While yesterday, the Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), General Mazloum Abdi, stressed during an interview with a Kurdish television station, that the stage is sensitive and historic, calling on the authorities of Kurdistan Regional Government to a joint work to overcome this stage in the interests of the Kurdish people.
Regarding the request for support from the KRG, General Abdi said: "We ask the administration of Kurdistan Region and President Barzani in particular, to have a positive role at this stage to unite the Kurdish movement amid this struggle."
The President of Kurdistan Region Nechirvan Barzani, during his participation in a conference of the Miri Institute, on Tuesday, which was entitled: "End of war and win peace in the Middle East", he addressed the situation in northeastern Syria. Barzani said: "I had meetings and telephone calls with General Mazloum Abdi, and after these contacts, I sent his demands to the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov."
As for the latest Turkish military invasion in northeastern Syria, President Barzani said: "Our concerns stem from the armed groups, who are attacking with the Turkish military, who had provided a bad example in the Kurdish region of Afrin."