The co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC), Amina Omar has said that the meetings which were taken place with the Syrian government, with a Russian guarantee, about the recognition of the Autonomous Administration and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), and other issues related to the Kurdish language, resulted to nothing.
On Wednesday, the SDC held a meeting in the town of Tal-Hamis, south-east of Qamishli, to discuss the latest military and political developments with the people of the region.
In a statement to North-Press, Amina Omar stated that the Syrian government still prefers the military solutions over the political ones and it is procrastinating the negotiations.
"The statements uttered by some Syrian officials, show the extent of non-seriousness in reaching to any agreements or understandings with the Autonomous Administration,” she added.
In an interview with ‘al-Mayadeen’ TV channel on February 14, the Syrian Deputy-Foreign Minister, Faisal Mekdad had expressed the refusal of the Syrian government of the existence of a Kurdish Autonomous Administration in northeastern Syria.
According to the SDC co-chair: "The Syrian government is busy in the military operation in Idlib and the western countryside of Aleppo, and it isn't interested in the political negotiations with the Autonomous Administration,” noting that the Syrian government is trying to take control over the whole Syrian geography.
On February 9, the Head of the Executive Council of the SDC, Ilham Ahmed, announced the beginning of the political negotiations between the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria and the Syrian government via a Russian mediation, with the possibility of forming a high committee for running the negotiations.
It was supposed that the missions of the "High Committee" were to discuss the Local Administration Law in Syria and the administrative structure of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria, according to what Ilham Ahmed recently stated in an interview with ‘Asharq al-Awsat’ newspaper.