PYD not to bound to possible agreements in Astana talks, co-leader tells Kurdpress
The co-Leader of Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), Asyia Abdullah, told Kurdpress that her party would not accept any possible deals between Syrian government and the opposition in talks between the two sides in Astana, Kazakhstan.

PYD, the main Kurdish party in Syria which controls the northern Kurdish regions of the country, has not been invited to the talks due to opposition from Turkey.

Any possible agreement in Astana is meaningless for us as we have not played any role in the possible deals and we will, definitely, not accept any of the agreements, she told Kurdpress.

She further added that any plan for the future of the country should include all sides in Syria and any other possible action is meaningless.

Abdullah also reiterated that no one can any the role of Kurds in Syria as they enjoy internal and international credibility, adding that the fighters of the PYD and its Arab allies have liberated a large parts of Syria from the control of the terrorist group of the Islamic State (IS) and any deal without them is meaningless.



The negotiations between Syrian government and the opposition groups started with the attendance of 7 delegations including Iran, Russia and Turkey on Monday in Astana, Kazakhstan.


The 2-day negotiations is being held behind the closed doors, but some non-confidential parts will be displayed for reporters through video conference.




News Code: 15123  |  Date: 2017/01/24  |  Time: 8 : 37

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