We will confront whoever destabilizes northeast Syria: Global Coalition

QAMISHLI, Syria (North Press) – On Sunday, a delegation of the US-led Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS reiterated from the town of al-Baghouz in the eastern countryside of Deir ez-Zor, east Syria, that the coalition forces will not withdraw from the areas of northeast Syria and that they are ready to confront whoever tries to destabilize the region.

The delegation, which included the commander of the US Special Forces and a number of senior leaders, visited the town of al-Baghouz and held a meeting in the local council building with the joint presidency of the local council and a number of notables and intellectuals of the town.

The delegation said what is being reported about the entry of Syrian government forces and its allies into the Autonomous Administration areas are rumors that will attract the largest possible number of the weak-minded people and bring them to reconciliation, which they will pay for soon.

“The security and stability of the region are among the priorities of the coalition forces, and soon there will be comprehensive service support for the region, including health, education and basic services,” it added.

The coalition delegation pledged to support the service sector and provide vehicles at full speed to the People’s Municipality. It also pledged to provide an ambulance to the health center in the town.

The attendees raised several topics, the most important of which were: compensation for the affected, rebuilding the infrastructure, getting out the families from Hawl Camp, as well as focusing on supporting the town in particular.

The head of the local council in the town of al-Baghouz reiterated to the delegation that “the land was irrigated with the blood of the martyrs, and we will not allow the government and its mercenaries to enter these areas, even if we all die.”

He demanded the delegation put an end to the Turkish threats and violations against northeast Syria.

Reporting by Muhammad al-Qadi