Following a meeting with Syrian government officials in Damascus, the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) stated on Saturday that the sides had agreed to set up committees to develop talks on ending the ongoing conflict in the country.

The committees, which will pop up “on various levels” to sort things out in northern Syria, are set to draw up “a roadmap to a democratic, decentralized Syria”, the SDC said, as quoted by Reuters.

The SDC delegation at the Damascus talks was led by Ilham Ahmed, executive head of the council.

Riad Darar, the SDC’s co-chair, said prior to the talks that they were aimed at “working towards a settlement for northern Syria.”

“We hope that the discussions on the situation in the north will be positive,” Darar added, adding that they were being held “without preconditions.”

Founded in late 2015, the SDC is the Kurdish-led political wing of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of mostly Kurdish, but also Arab militias.

During the fight against the terrorist group Daesh*, they have gained control over vast stretches of land in northern and eastern Syria with the help of a US-led coalition, which make up over a quarter of the country’s territory.

 

Source: Sputnik

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one constructive step at a time

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Soizic

La moindre des chose est d’exiger la suppression des bases américaines .

La saa est largement suffisante avec son aviation pour détruire les positions ennemies !

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Kurds (USA-puppets) must be under Syria and government laws, and must get rid of all USA weapons and USA basis in Syria land (south-east of Euphrates river). Kurds army must join Syria army or under control of it. Under any excuse USA must be in Syria land (Al-Tanaf and Kurds occupied area). Otherwise, Kurds will face death and destruction.