Syrian Kurdish regions will not be connected: expert
A political expert and a Birmingham University professor, Scott Lucas, believes that Syrian Kurdish regions will not be connected to each other and the Kurdish Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG), the forces that are controlling the regions, will finally accept it.
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